With the 19th installment in the 10-year-old “Marvel Universe” franchise, “Infinity War” is the cinematic equivalent of an all-you-can-eat Golden Corral buffet.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- It’s finally time for “Avengers: Infinity War.” This weekend, we’ll see the culmination of 18 films in the Marvel cinematic universe.
Hollywood star Rachel Weisz has admitted that being involved in an on-screen lesbian relationship in 'Disobedience' was "really unusual and lovely".
The secrets of "Avengers: Infinity War" are being kept close, but here's what we know so far, which is what you need to know before you hit the multiplex this weekend.
Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group chairman Tom Rothman has confirmed that the sequel of 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' has been handed a release date of Christmas 2019.
"Dream Out Loud" is David Barry's documentary love-letter to all things U2, and the filmmaker who now lives in Hawaii is staging its world premiere in Tulsa on Tuesday, May 1, at Circle Cinema.
Jessica Williams enjoyed a night out on Broadway with JK Rowling watching 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child', but they found time in the intermission to announce her new role in 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald'.
'I Feel Pretty' actress Amy Schumer feels more confident as a performer after starring in 'Snatched' and 'Trainwreck', and suggested it has come with experience.
London-born actor Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed he is one of few 'Avengers: Infinity War' stars who's been trusted with the film's entire script.
British actress Lily James has claimed that 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' could turn some of ABBA's lesser-known tracks into hits.
"I Feel Pretty," at its core, feels like the kind of movie that Amy Schumer would previously have mocked as something she would never make.
“You Were Never Really Here” finds Joaquin Phoenix at the top of his game in a role only a scant few others could have even attempted, much less pulled off, with any sort of conviction.
The second human trafficking movie of the week, “Traffik” is less subtle and not quite as focused as “You Were Never Really Here” yet is equally disturbing.
Special events built around Tulsa favorites Leon Russell, Woody Guthrie and Ralph Macchio are highlights of arthouse cinema this week.