Douglas Booth is the British actor in Noah, out on March 28. His varied resume includes playing Romeo and Boy George. Here’s all you need to know about the 21-year-old.
Anthony Hopkins fell so in love with the “Breaking Bad” series that he couldn’t resist writing an epic fan letter to star Bryan Cranston. Read the letter here.
Helen Mirren kicks ass in new Red 2 TV Spots.
Anthony Hopkins transforms into the legendary director of suspense for the film Hitchcock. The movie follows the director during the making of his iconic film, Psycho.
Scarlett Johansson remakes the famous shower scene and it looks spot on.
The lives of people from different social backgrounds interweave together in this dramatic thriller starring Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law.
The daughter of a brilliant but mentally disturbed mathematician, recently deceased, tries to come to grips with her possible inheritance: his insanity. Complicating matters are one of her father’s ex-students who wants to search through his papers and her estranged sister who shows up to help settle his affairs. Gwyneth Paltrow won the Golden Globe for her performance with the all-star cast.
Bombs almost go boom in these tense action thrillers (and one Best Picture Oscar winner). Let the countdown begin on Netflix.
It’s the holiday season, and with it (hopefully) comes vacation days during which you can go sledding, skiing or just stay at home and drink too much eggnog while watching Netflix. If you opt for the latter (and we certainly are), here are twenty movies that’ll fill you with the holiday spirit when the weather outside is frightful.
Brad Pitt’s portrayal of the Grim Reaper as a whimsical, gentle flake goes a long way in making this silly supernatural melodrama work.
School’s almost back in, so get in your summer fun while you still can! Here are a few attractions and rides you might like to check out on Netflix Instant before it’s time to hit the books.
Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin are lost in the Great Outdoors with a hungry Bart the Bear in David Mamet’s intense tale of survival and sexual competition.
Jonathan Demme’s Oscar-winning examination of the relationship between a psycho cannibal and a naive but fierce FBI trainee just keeps getting better with each passing year — and it’s been 20, if you can believe that.
In theaters this weekend: a Shakespearean maestro directs a comic book movie, Rutger Hauter on a rampage, Mel Gibson with a hand puppet, and beautiful people think about cheating on each other.