Many exciting feature films are being released at the very end of this year, and will continue to find their way into theaters in the first three months of 2014. Here’s a peek at a dozen and a half films coming up in the winter months.
In "Saving Mr. Banks," Tom Hanks plays one of Hollywood’s most identifiable icons: Walt Disney. EDGE spoke to the actor about playing the mogul and how he perfected Disney’s easy, personal style.
In the eyes of legendary newscaster Ron Burgundy, arguably Will Ferrell’s most memorable character, this is a man’s world. But in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," it wouldn’t be anything without a few saucy newsroom girls.
Writer/director Jon Garcia revisits the gay Mormon couple from hie earlier feature film "The Falls" with the new movie "Testament of Love." Garcia himself does some testifying to EDGE.
After "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" hits theaters this weekend, its three leads look headed to super-stardom.
Lesbian director Nicole Conn has stepped up to direct a Marriage Equality PSA featuring celebs like songwriter Jen Foster, Nicole Pacent, Barbara Niven, Guinevere Turner and more.
A great film about dinosaurs is destroyed by unnecessary voice work that makes this beautiful feature land with a dull thud.
Asghar Farhadi’s film is a study of how the past can grasp us too tight and keep us from moving on; but it’s also crowded with too much plot, turning what ought to be a family drama into a domestic procedural.
Will Ferrell’s latest comedy checks off a lot of the boxes you’d expect it to check off, sure, but it also checks off a bunch of boxes you didn’t know existed.
Spike Jonze gives us his latest quirky look at the world with the playful and perceptive "Her."
The middle section of the "Hobbit" trilogy is as much video game as cinematic project, but it isn’t entirely boring. After all, there’s a hell of a lot going on in the frames of a video game.
Terrific performances and sensational production design make up for a sluggish pace in David O. Russell’s eagerly anticipated follow-up to "Silver Linings Playbook."