At 23, Dylan O'Brien is finding himself at a movie franchise. EDGE spoke to the young actor about starring in "The Maze Runner," the hit adventure film based on another YA franchise.
After a slow summer, Hollywood is mixing things up a bit, hoping that you'll come back to the movie theaters for fall. I think they have the right idea. Here are 16 new releases that you should see between now and the holiday season.
The results are in from her extensive study, says Geena Davis: women and girls are few and far between in films, and those there have no job other than to be thin and pretty.
Wiliam J. Mann has written novels, and he's written biographies; he's explored dramatic fiction, and he's produced well-researched histories. Now he brings both those fields of expertise together in the real-life murder mystery "Tinseltown."
"The Mystery of Eleanor Rigby" is comprised of 3 films that tell the same story from multiple points-of-view. Like "Boyhood," it is being hailed as an innovative film going experience. EDGE spoke to writer/director Ned Benson about his project.
Kevin Smith's latest film, "Tusk," grew out of a riff he had on a podcast - what if a man can be turned into a walrus? Such is the basis of the snarky writer/director's horror comedy. EDGE spoke to Smith about how this odd idea came to fruition.
Bruce LaBruce (The Raspberry Reich," "Otto; or, Up With Dead People") is back with another sure-to-be controversial take on love and sexuality.
Seven African-American lesbians were pilloried for fighting back when sexually harassed in Manhattan's West Village in 2006, as well as being sensationalized in the media with pejorative monikers like the "seething Sapphic septet."
A gorgeous young student's life reaches a place of anxious suspension, as his future, his relationship, and his sexuality all confound him in Yariv Mozer's taut, moody film.
Besides publishing a trilingual magazine, Der Kreis also hosted themed ur-circuit parties in 1958 Zurich.
The first federal lawsuit seeking equal treatment for a same-sex couple in the U.S. is recounted in Thomas G. Miller's 73-minute documentary timeline of interviews and news clips.
Fifteen years after his murder gained international attention, friend Michele Josue tells about the person behind the martyr in her 85-minute documentary.