Duchess Meghan Meets Queen Bey At 'The Lion King' PremierePrince Harry and Duchess Meghan attended the European premiere of the movie in London. Shortly after, pop royalty -- Beyoncé and Jay-Z -- arrived.
'Avengers: Endgame' Getting Re-Release With Deleted Scene In Bid To Dethrone 'Avatar'Marvel Studios will give "Avengers: Endgame" the push that it likely needs in a bid to surpass "Avatar" as the all-time worldwide box-office champ by reissuing the movie with additional footage.
Maryland Film Festival Begins WednesdayIts the festival's 21st year, movies will be shown on six screens, three screens at the Parkway Theater and three at the Maryland Institute College of Art. 
'The Wizard Of Oz' Back In Theaters For Its 80th AnniversaryFollow the yellow brick road back to theaters! “The Wizard of Oz” is returning to the big screen for its 80th anniversary.
'Toy Story 4' Trailer Introduces New Character"Toy Story" fans better buckle up because there's a new toy in town.
You Can Go To The Movies For $5You can get into a movie for just $5 on Tuesdays at AMC Theaters.
NFL Stars Who Have Appeared On TV Or MoviesThese stars of the NFL parlayed their fame on the gridiron to some memorable roles in TV and film.
All 8 'Harry Potter' Films Returning To TheatersThe entire Harry Potter series is set to return to the big screen later this month.
'Magnificent Seven' Rides Denzel's Star Power to $35M Debut"The Magnificent Seven" remake rode the star power of Denzel Washington to an estimated $35 million debut, topping North American ticket sales over the weekend.
'Suicide Squad' Sets August Opening Record With $135.1MThe supervillain romp "Suicide Squad" shrugged off scathing reviews to open with an estimated $135.1 million in North American ticket sales, scoring one of the year's biggest box-office debuts.
'Finding Dory' Blows Animation Record Out of the WaterThe forgetful blue fish of "Finding Dory" is box office gold. The Pixar sequel far-surpassed its already Ocean-sized expectations to take in $136.2 million in North American theaters, making it the highest-grossing animated debut of all time, according to comScore estimates Sunday. The 2007 film "Shrek the Third" was the previous record-holder with a $121.6 million debut.