It’s a big day for the legendary No. 42 in the Southland, with a movie based on his trailblazing career set to debut and the City Council marking the anniversary of his legacy.
Actor Neil Hopkins stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to discuss the new movie “Detour”!
Adrianne Palicki and D.J. Cotrona, stars of G.I. JOE RETALIATION, visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday to talk about the new movie hitting theaters in 3D this Friday!
Director Fanny Veliz visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday to talk about her new movie, “Homebound”.
“Veronica Mars” fans just bought themselves a big-screen version of the cult favorite TV series.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said at the annual shareholders meeting in Phoenix on Wednesday that the company is developing “some standalone movies” featuring Star Wars characters.
A Connecticut woman whose son died in the Sept. 11 attacks at the World Trade Center says she’s upset the Oscar-winning movie “Zero Dark Thirty” used a recording of his last words without her permission.
Stars from “21 and Over” Justin Chon and Skylar Astin stopped by KCAL9 Monday to discuss the new comedy!
Co-Director of The Academy Award nominated documentary feature 5 BROKEN CAMERAS, Emad Burnat, visited the KCAL9 studios Saturday morning to talk about his film, which is the first-ever Palestinian movie to be nominated in this category.
The critics agree “Zero Dark Thirty” — a film depicting the decade-long hunt for Osama bin Laden — is gritty and moving.
Director Spike Lee called the movie “disrespectful” to slavery and says he won’t see it. PEOPLE’s Alynda Wheat, who is, incidentally, a black woman, said “The first hour is brilliant.”
A 10-year-old cancer survivor from Southern California plays alongside Hollywood heartthrob Gerard Butler in a new romantic comedy flick.
A third Southern Californian man might have a behind-the-scene connection to “Innocence of Muslims,” the anti-Islam film that has set off deadly protests around the world.
Sam Bacile, 56, went into hiding after his movie sparked attacks by Muslims on U.S. missions in Egypt and Libya that left four Americans dead, including a U.S. diplomat.
For the first time ever, not a single movie cracked the $10 million mark at the box office over the Labor Day weekend.