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The nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards® were announced yesterday, including five movies in the newly titled International Feature Film category, known as Foreign Language Film prior to 2020. France's nominee, Les Misérables, opens at select Regal locations this week.
With the trailer revealing a unique storyline to the classic movie, we are eager to see what kinds of twists and turns are in store for the story of The Invisible Man. To prepare ourselves for another year of reboots, we are taking a look at all of the upcoming remakes of some of our favorite classic titles!
Female heroines top the charts of Regal fans’ most anticipated movies of 2020, according to a recent poll on our Twitter account, @RegalMovies. Movie fans across all genres have no shortage of dates to circle in the coming year, one that is peppered with long-awaited sequels and highly anticipated blockbusters. See which movies cracked the list of the top 10 most anticipated of 2020.
With the awards season upon us, we wanted to pay homage to the titles that reminded us that movies are one of the greatest forms of art. From the reimagined take on a whodunnit movie to the return of Quentin Tarantino, here are just some of the most memorable movies from 2019.
Last week, we settled the exhausted debate over Die Hard (1988), confirming that it is in fact a Christmas movie, but it isn’t the only 80’s action thriller that has caused a murmur around its standing as a holiday classic. In an attempt to put some of these arguments to rest, we are putting Lethal Weapon (1987) on trial and laying out our evidence to prove once and for all if this title has earned its place in the holiday movie canon.
Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Bombshell and Uncut Gems.
When it comes to the most widely debated earning of the “Christmas movie” title, the action-packed classic Die Hard (1988) takes the fruitcake. In an attempt to put some of these arguments to rest, we are putting this so-called Christmas movie on trial and laying out our evidence to prove once and for all if this title has earned its place in the holiday movie canon.
Though deviating from his benchmark performance as Black Panther in the MCU, Chadwick Boseman won’t be shying away from the action in his latest role in 21 Bridges, a crime drama following an NYPD detective who is on the hunt for a pair of cop killers after uncovering a massive conspiracy.
Known for playing primarily complex and dark characters, Joaquin Phoenix has secured himself as one of the most versatile and intense working actors today. We pay homage to one of the greatest actors of our time by taking a look back on some of his finest moments in cinema.
The concept of Countdown, the new horror/thriller from writer/director Justin Dec and STX Entertainment, features a popular app that claims to predict the exact moment of one's death, an idea that originated from a smartphone timer.
Would you want to know exactly when you’re going to die? If your answer is yes, then you’re in luck, because there’s an app for that—at least there is in Countdown, the new horror/thriller from writer/director Justin Dec and STX Entertainment. We had the opportunity to speak with writer/director Justin Dec on his debut feature, favorite theatre snack, and much more.
Who doesn’t love a good blockbuster? Big budgets, thrilling action, and entertaining set pieces will continue to drive audiences to the movies, and for good reason. However, cinema art can also provide us with great moments that capture our curiosity and spark our imagination. This week we highlight Gift, Jim Allison: Breakthrough, and Parasite.
In what is sure to be the talk of the town come awards season, Joker is a creative collaboration that pulls together the visions of talented men and women both behind and in front of the camera. Take a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming movie directed by Todd Phillips, written by Phillips and Scott Silver, and starring Joaquin Phoenix, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, and Robert De Niro.
Quentin Tarantino has a number of unmade movies, but one of the biggest is a Vega Brothers film starring Michael Madsen and John Travolta. Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs introduced a group of thieves whose planned heist went terribly wrong, and among those was Vic Vega (Madsen), a.k.a. Mr. Blonde. Two years later, Pulp Fiction featured two hitmen working for gangster Marsellus Wallace: Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent Vega (Travolta).
On the surface these movies are energy-filled action stories, but zombie movies have often served as platforms to share social commentary on human nature and our own inner demons. With the release of Zombieland: Double Tap set for October 18, we thought we would highlight some of the best zombie movies of all time!
With Joker stunning everyone by winning the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, it's now a legitimate contender in the race for Best Picture at the Oscars. Now that the summer movie season is in the rearview mirror, attention has turned to the awards race and which films are legitimate contenders this year.
When it comes to the fall season, when the leaves start to change color and that cool chill hits the air yet again, there’s no better way to bring in the changing season than by curling up and putting on a good movie. Whether you’re looking for a profound story, a good laugh, or a nostalgic, seasonal classic, we’ve put together a short list of some of the best fall time movies to get you ready for this autumn season.
Nearly four decades after first blood was drawn, Stallone returns to reprise his role as one of the most iconic action heroes of all-time, ex-Green Beret and Vietnam War veteran John Rambo. In Rambo: Last Blood, he will be joined by a supporting cast that includes a mix of seasoned veterans and rising newcomers.
The air was full of excitement and anticipation as an eager line wrapped around the block to get into the Scotiabank theatre for the screening of Parasite, one of the first movies to exhibit at TIFF ’19. In this Palme d'Or-winning thriller, Joon-ho Bong continues his expansive, international career with a movie that returns to his home country.
In September, audiences will return with the Losers' Club to the sleepy town of Derry, Maine for IT Chapter Two. A sequel to 2017's IT, IT Chapter Two sees the Losers' Club all grown up but still working through the trauma of their childhood encounter with Pennywise the demon clown, as they are forced to return to their hometown to try and stop his reign of terror for good. Here is a full guide to the cast and characters of IT Chapter Two.
Orion Pictures releases the first trailer for Gretel and Hansel, coming to Regal January 31, 2020. The lastest reimagining of the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale is directed by Osgood "Oz" Perkins from a screenplay he wrote with Rob Hayes.
With less than two months to go for another cinematic portrayal of the Clown Prince of Crime, comic book and movie fans alike eagerly wait to see what Joaquin Phoenix will bring to the titular character in this year’s Joker. As this movie is set to take a deep dive into the psyche of Arthur Fleck (The Joker’s true name in the movie), Joaquin Phoenix needed to come up with his own take on the character, or more importantly: his laugh.