Movie theaters here in Maryland are stepping up security in the wake of the mass shooting in Colorado.
Filmmaker Michael Tully began envisioning a script in the early 1990s for a movie set during a 1985 family vacation. It centers around a teenage boy obsessed with ping pong and the then-burgeoning hip-hop music genre, based loosely on his experiences and memories from summer vacations in Ocean City.
Angry with “The Avengers,” a Maryland man causes a scare when he gets frustrated with the popular movie.
I just saw an amazing documentary about bare knuckle fighting.
Is a popular movie making people sick? That’s the claim about the latest installment in the “Twilight” series. One scene has apparently triggered a severe reaction– people going into a seizure.
Edgar Allan Poe died 162 years ago in Baltimore, but is about to be resurrected by Hollywood.
The director of a Civil War movie filmed in the Maryland area still hasn’t repaid most of $300,000 he borrowed from Washington County in 2002.
Muggles by the millions made a movie about a wizard their choice over the weekend. The final installment in the Harry Potter series shattered all previous records for ticket sales.
Hundreds of actors lined up for a chance to hit it big. HBO has once again chosen Baltimore to shoot its latest production, based on the 2008 campaign trail.
Don and Marty talked to actor Brandon Jackson about his new movie, and Ron Matz was in North Baltimore talking about Loyola lacrosse.
Tronster Hartley isn’t just a nickname for a Baltimore area game designer. That’s the legal name of the Parkville resident so infatuated with the 1982 science fiction film as a child that he legally changed his name from Todd Hartley when he grew up.