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The General Services Administration has raised more than $500,000 in the past three years by charging filmmakers a fee to shoot movies and television shows on federal property.
The American film version of the best-selling Swedish crime thriller "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" won't arrive in theaters until December, but buzz is building to a fever pitch thanks to an online marketing campaign that appears to be openly courting controversy.
This site says movies are getting worse.
Tired of paying $10 or more just to see a movie for an hour and a half? There's almost no need to pay full price at the cinema.
If you love aliens and superheros, this may be your movie year.
Some like the story of Mark Zuckerberg, others look to dream stealers for entertainment, while anglophiles might prefer a behind-the-scenes story of King George VI and his stammer.
Clarence the angel won't be the only one earning honors this holiday season. A poll recently released by The Marist Poll shows that classic flick, "It's a Wonderful Life," has yet again earned the top spot in the hearts of Americans this Christmas.
Thousands of die-hard Harry Potter fans turned out early Friday for the first showings of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1." Were you there? How was it? Write your synopsis or your review and tweet it, #WTOPHP7.
All of your senses are tickled as you watch this condensed version of "The Polar Express."
At the first sight of one of the Clagett triplets in Friday's big-screen premiere of "Life as We Know It," the packed theater erupted in applause.