Based on a New Yorker article by poet and essayist Katha Pollitt, “Learning to Drive” is the story of a New York City book editor named Wendy Shields (Patricia Clarkson), who forms an unlikely bond with her Indian Sikh driving instructor Darwan Singh Tur (Sir Ben Kingsley) amid the turmoil of her crumbling marriage. Although […]
XFINITY Entertainment Editor David Onda kicks off Oscars coverage from Hollywood with his predictions for the Best Supporting Actress category.
Brenton Thwaites and Odeya Rush talk about their new movie “The Giver,” which is based on the popular Lois Lowry novel and open in theaters everywhere.
The Philadelphia Film Festival will kick off its 22nd year on Saturday, October 17 with the highly anticipated Robert Redford drama “All Is Lost.” The Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater will host the Opening Night event, which is scheduled to include an appearance by the movie’s director, Oscar-nominated “Margin Call” scribe J.C. Chandor, who premiered the […]
Did that really happen? Hollywood is one of the world’s most exciting and mysterious places, so it is natural that urban legends about actors, movies, and more are passed around from generation to generation. But did these famed events actually occur, or is it all made up? We decided to dig deep to get the verdict on […]
This weekend, the “Bourne” franchise returns to theaters with a new leading man. Is Jeremy Renner your best bet for movie fun? Find out after the jump.
This weekend, “The Three Stooges” return to theaters in eye-poking style. Are their harebrained schemes your best movie bet? Find out after the jump.
XFINITY Entertainment Editor David Onda wraps up his Oscars week with an inside look back at the Academy Awards and his experience at the MAXIM after-party. Which stars did he see partying in Beverly Hills? Find out after the jump.
Today, XFINITY Entertainment Editor David Onda discusses Sacha Baron Cohen’s Oscars drama, bad Oscars fashion and his picks for this year’s Best Actress.
XFINITY Entertainment Editor David Onda kicks off his week-long Academy Awards coverage with a five-step plan to help you prep for Hollywood’s biggest night.