Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman star in adaptation of August Wilson's play.
That Shelf sat down with 21 Bridges star Stephan James to discuss playing an antagonist, Basquiat, and originality in cinema.
21 Bridges is a gritty crime flick that features Chadwick Boseman as a no-nonsense police detective hunting down a pair of cop-killers.
This week, we travel to Wakanda to enjoy Ludwig Göransson's interesting take on the score for the Marvel classic Black Panther.
Critic Jenny Bullough pledged to embark upon an epic MCU rewatch with her family before they see Avengers: Endgame – and answer the all-important question: should you watch these with your kids? Enter Black Panther!
Black Panther hits Blu-ray today so it's time to take another look at this cultural phenomenon and extras those who buy it will be rewarded with.
Our handy list of Black Panther spoilers will get you caught up on the biggest reveals that will shape the future of the MCU.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to stay relevant with movies like Black Panther, one of their most refreshing efforts to date.
Black Panther will soon become the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be headlined by a Black superhero. Here are 15 facts you need to know about Black Panther before seeing it!
Captain America is once again battling the government in the first trailer for next year's big Marvel extravaganza.
Get on Up is an example of how an exceptional leading performance and stylish direction can help to overcome what’s essentially a baseline, standard sort of musical biopic.
Although a bit over directed and having precious little clue how an NFL franchise is actually run, Draft Day remains a largely entertaining sports comedy designed specifically for people who hate sports comedies.
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Some may scoff at the total lack of irony and unapologetic sentimentality in the Jackie Robinson biopic 42, but there’s something so inherently romantic about this story and sport that anything else would feel inappropriate. They don’t make movies like this anymore and haven’t for decades. Yet, 42 suggests that it might not be a terrible idea to dust off those old naïve Hollywood filmmaking techniques every now and then if the material suits that style.
We chat with famed and beloved character actor John C. McGinley, who gets to call the games of Jackie Robinson's first season in Major League Baseball as iconic Brooklyn Dodger announcer Red Barber in the biopic 42. We also talk about working with Academy Award winner Brian Helgeland, playing a sports reporter, and the how his approach here was somewhat similar to his small part in Office Space