After Chris Pratt tweeted a shirtless photo of himself to flaunt the shape he had gotten into for "Zero Dark Thirty," he received a "giant ball of criticism" from his friends and helped land him the lead in one of the summer’s biggest movies.
The nation’s longest running film festival - the SF International - begins this week. EDGE writer Kevin Langston offers his choices of what to see at the festival (and what to look for at a festival near you).
The new film "Tennessee Queer" explores life as a rural gay in the South with a keen sense of humor. EDGE spoke to filmmaker Mark Goshorn Jones about finding laughs in what could be thought a more serious subject.
Johnny Depp loves playing divergent characters; but his role in "Transcendence" may be his biggest challenge yet. EDGE spoke to Depp about playing the man whose body dies but mind lives on in a computer.
"Free Fall" has been called the German "Brokeback Mountain," largely because it deals with a police officer torn between his girlfriend & a peer on the force. EDGE spoke to writer/director Stephan Lacant & actor Hanno Koffler about the film.
This year’s L.A. edition of the GLAAD Media Awards will feature filmmaker Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and the subject of her documentary "Bridegroom," Shane Bitney Crone, who faced the indignities of a pre-marriage equality era after his life partner died.
Most films end up pitting women against each other for entertainment value. Romantic comedies especially have a history of pitting women against each other while chasing after the same man. Not this one.
Writer/director Steven Knight’s latest thriller greatly exceeds the sum of its parts.
"Brick Mansions" is a surprisingly enjoyable urban action genre movie with a by-the-numbers plot enhanced by the chemistry between its leads and furiously realized action sequences.
As the Nazi reign of terror spreads to Hungary, a courageous young man joins a semi-underground organization that resists the deportation and murder of Jews. That’s about the extent of what’s "true" in this forgettable "based on a true story" film.
Jim Jarmusch throws down the gauntlet and defies current Hollywood norms to give us a stylish, lethargic, and compelling take on the vampire myth.
Isabelle, the tepid seventeen-year-old at the center of Francois Ozon’s new drama of disturbance, certainly is "Young & Beautiful" as the title suggests -- too young for her activities, and too beautiful for her own good.