A lot of new television shows, and ‘Game of Thrones,’ are nominated in the drama television category.
Before Tom Holland won over audiences and critics alike with his portrayal of Spider-Man Andrew Garfield was headlining the Amazing Spider-Man.
There was little doubt the latest offering from the Marvel universe would do well.
The studio could finish at top for the first time since ‘Finding Nemo’ came out in 2003.
Over some delicious popcorn they discuss Doctor Strange, Trolls, and Hacksaw Ridge, and then impart an important message for people who love the movies.
Even with the star power of Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones behind it, ‘Inferno’ didn’t even come close to burning up the box office.
Doug Liman could have a new science-fiction project in the works after Cross Creek Pictures picked up the film rights to a book not even published yet.
The Spider-Man franchise is moving on without Andrew Garfield. And you know what? Garfield isn’t really sad at all.
The acclaimed filmmaker doesn’t see the point of $200 million dollar movies…
Andrew Garfield stars in this WWII drama based on the real-lift story of a solider who refused to carry a weapon.