Fifty years ago, Hollywood scriptwriter Dalton Trumbo wrote a screenplay of the story of Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés and his relationship with the Aztec emperor, Montezuma. Now Steven Spielberg intends to make a movie based on that screenplay.
This week’s releases include the latest from some of television’s top series; a few high-def library classics; an unbelievable true story; some entertaining movies for the kids – and kids at heart; and a gorgeous adaptation of a classic novel.
This week’s releases include an excellent family drama from a child’s perspective; a clever comedy about the apocalypse; an immature compilation of pop culture references; a couple of bloody horror flicks; and an environmental awakening.
After teaming together to produce two box office hits ('Pride and Prejudice' and 'Atonement') director Joe Wright and actress Keira Knightley's third collaboration – a retelling of Tolstoy's romantic tragedy – is another dazzling cinematic success.
Internal U.S. government documents show that the Transportation Security Administration, under the guidance of the Department of Homeland Security Secretary, deliberately misled the public on the health risks associated with body-scanning devices.
With more rains forecast, residents in this North Dakota community are bracing for further destruction as the Souris River, already surpassing a 130-year flood record, has reached “epic proportions,” with the worst yet to come.
Aviation enthusiasts have recalled the epic transcontinental flight of the Silver Queen, a WWI bomber, from England to South Africa by flying an “air rally,” which an organiser says is like doing a “crossword in the air.”