The Harvard Crimson sat down with Olivia Wilde, Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever, and Katherine Silberman to discuss their new film, "Booksmart."
“Dumbo” was a disappointment, earning just $116 million in its global debut. The question then becomes, why?
“From the Mind’s Eye” — a black filmmakers screening offered by Kuumba’s Black Arts Festival — brought experimental films and community discourse to the Leverett Library Theater.
Here are five of the best trailers for films coming out this summer. Let’s hope the actual movies compare.
The Harvard Crimson spoke with Boston Poet Laureate Porsha Olayiwola about the importance of giving frequently silenced voices a chance to speak their truth.
With strong performances, innovative direction, and unflinching social commentary, “Widows” positions itself as the definitive heist film of 2018.
Melissa McCarthy has had a tough 2018. Can she earn the forgiveness of audiences in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?"