The summer movie season is just weeks away, so it's time to get excited. Of course, most people don't need much encouragement to get psyched up for blockbuster season, so we at RT have put together a list of the 10 most anticipated summer releases, ranked by "want to see" percentage and number of votes (as of today, anyway). Unsurprisingly, people are in the mood for superheroes, sequels, and wild comedies; what do you want to see this summer?
This week on home video, we've got three Oscar-nominated selections, one thriller from a director who previously helmed an Oscar-winning film, and an actioner starring Jason Statham, as well as a few smaller movie that should also make for some great choices. Read on for the full list.
This week in streaming video, our list is headlined by a couple of Oscar nominees, followed by a highly anticipated Will Ferrel comedy sequel, a biopic featuring an acclaimed performance by Idris Elba, and a little something for fans of the Avengers. Netflix and Amazon Prime also offer a few nice choices, including a sleeper indie hit and the film that Philip Seymour Hoffman won a Best Actor Oscar for. Read on for details.
Jake Gyllenhaal pulls double duty in his new film Enemy in theaters this Friday, March 14. With great movies like Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain, and Prisoners -- in which he teamed up with Enemy director Denis Villeneuve for the first time -- on his resumé, it should be no surprise that Gyllenhaal is also a fan of some great films himself. Read on for his Five Favorite Films.
Exactly seven years after the record-breaking opening of the blockbuster Spartan battle pic, the historical action sequel 300: Rise of an Empire conquered the global box office with international growth helping to make up for understandable domestic shrinkage. The brutal R-rated war epic debuted to an estimated $45.1M in North America capturing the top spot with ease driven by a carnage-loving male fan base. Warner Bros. averaged a strong $12,983 from 3,470 locations including 343 IMAX screens (up from only 62 on the first film) which did tremendously well.