'A movie like "Interstellar" wouldn't just have to be huge – it needs to be gigantic if it's going to do anything to save us,' Bruce Nash, founder of box office tracking site the Numbers, said of the year's box office so far. 'Interstellar' will be released on Nov. 5.
The World War II film 'Fury,' which stars Brad Pitt, came in first at the box office this past weekend, grossing $23.5 million, while 'Gone Girl' took in $17.8 million. 'Gone Girl' had topped the box office for two weeks previously.
'Watchers' examines the life of Raphael Lemkin, a Polish Holocaust refugee who not only coined the term 'genocide' but also invented the concept of categorizing mass murder as an international crime, and his spiritual heirs.
The film 'Justice League Part One' is set for a 2017 release, while 'The Lego Movie 2' will come out in 2018. The 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' film series is set to debut in 2016 and release new movies over the next several years.
Renner stars as San Joe Mercury News reporter Gary Webb, whose series claiming the CIA-backed contras fighting the Sandanista government made money smuggling drugs with the CIA's knowledge was attacked by other papers.
The drama in which drumming prodigy Andrew Neyman (Miles Teller) faces off against J.K. Simmons' instructor Terence Fletcher brings up the question of why Terence wasn't brought up on charges long ago.
"I've done lawyers before and it's like, 'Dude, really? Courtrooms? So boring," Downey said of the genre. The actor also stars as Iron Man in the Marvel franchise and has recently played the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes.
'It's about what women ask of men and men ask of women, and in the way we kind of show one another half of ourselves and not the whole self,' Affleck said of the marriage between his character, Nick, and Nick's wife Amy (Pike) in the film.
Director Vanessa Lapa uses a cache of hundreds of Himmler's and his family's personal papers and rare footage to examine the question of how seemingly 'normal' people can perpetrate the worst human atrocities.
The thriller starring Denzel Washington topped the box office with $35 million, while last week's box office champion 'The Maze Runner,' which is based on a young adult dystopian novel, placed second with $17.5 million.