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Our movie profiler talks to the stars, big and small, about their latest flicks.
The drama is about racism and stars Sam Rockwell. It's about the unlikely relationship between a civil rights activist and KKK leader.
14-year-old Billy Batson can magically transform into Shazam, an adult superhero. He then battles against the evil Dr. Thaddeus Sivana.
'Dumbo,' a live-action remake of the animated classic, brings a flying elephant to life in a much different way than the original.
The film follows two teenagers battling cystic fibrosis who meet in a hospital and fall in love.
Academy Award winner Brie Larson stars as the confident yet flawed Carol Danvers, a test pilot who also has super powers.
The latest blockbuster superhero film takes a time jump back to the 90s in 'Captain Marvel.'
Neil Jordan's new movie is a dark thriller starring Chloe Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert.
Producer James Cameron is behind Alita: Battle Angel, a futuristic action movie.
Rebel Wilson's character goes from the real world to a picture-perfect romantic comedy after suffering traumatic brain injury
'What Men Want,' starring Taraji P. Henson, is a gender flip of the Mel Gibson hit 'What Women Want.'
Everything will be awesome again as your favourite mini figures are back for another crazy action adventure in this sequel.
Director Catherine Hardwicke, known for Twilight, tackles the action/adventure genre with Miss Bala, a remake of a 2011 Mexican film.
The thriller brings together Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and Anya Taylor-Joy.
Six adventurous strangers travel to a mysterious building to experience the escape room
The new film ‘Escape Room’ is based on the growing phenomenon of escape rooms – where people decipher clues and codes to get out.
'Bumblebee,' the latest entry in the Transformers franchise, brings things back to the 80s.
The latest Transformers film is called Bumblebee – here’s a preview
The classic film is reprised in this modern-day version. CTV MOntreal's Mose Persico caught up with star Emily Blunt
Mose Persico interviews Barry Jenkins, Kiki Layne, and Stephan James about the movie
Academy Award winning director Barry Jenkins is set to release his second film, based on the bestselling book by James Baldwin.