By Jake Coyle, Associated Press
Nolan, a staunch advocate for the big-screen experience, has strenuously hoped that "Tenet" could lead the resumption of nationwide and global moviegoing. …
The pandemic continues to inflict chaos on the $42 billion global movie business. With many theaters closed, film festivals canceled and production on hold, big chains including AMC Theatres say they fear for their very survival. The upheaval wrought by…
By Jeffrey Brown, Courtney Norris
Jury selection began today for the trial of James Holmes, the shooter who killed 12 people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado in 2012. A record 9,000 people received summons to be considered for the jury.
By Sarah McHaney
Lawyers defending alleged shooter James Holmes stated Holmes sent a notebook with violent drawings of a mass killing to Lynne Fenton, a psychiatrist and schizophrenia expert, who met with Holmes in weeks prior to the shootings. Margaret Warner talks to…
As Colorado Shooter Appears in Court, More Details on How He Obtained Weapons…
Batman Premiere Proves Tragic as 12 Killed, 59 Wounded in Colorado Shooting…
Bloomberg Could Buy the World a Coke, but He'd Make It a Small…
By Molly Finnegan
Delaware movie projectionist Gordon Brinckle had an extraordinary secret: Over the course of nearly 50 years, he created a miniature movie palace in his basement that he called the Shalimar. Photographer Kendall Messick has published a new book of photographs…
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