The glitter and glamor of Hollywood was on full display after the Academy Awards last night.
In recent years, the production of movies in Pittsburgh has become so commonplace that some may take it for granted. But the truth is Pittsburgh is losing movies to other cities.
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Like soup and sandwich, mom and apple pie, refreshments and movies are inseparable.
Fuzzy monster from the Stone Age? Or just a clumsy guy in a cheap gorilla suit? Either way, the legend of Bigfoot lives on.
Incredible new special effects in movies are redefining the way Hollywood makes films, and Pittsburgh is playing a key role in making such movies possible.
If you love movies, you’re in for a treat.
People who live east of the city will no longer have far to drive to go to the movies. Starting on Thursday, a new 12-screen theater will open in the Monroeville Mall.
“Space may be the final frontier, but it was made in a Hollywood basement,” says a Pittsburgh Freeland Video Producer.
There’s a new effort to save drive-in movie theaters from closing in the switch from 35mm film to digital movies.
I’m switching things up a little for this installment of Furry Tails! Instead of personal pet stories, I’m going to combine two of my favorite things – my love of animals with my love of Hollywood.
If you’re a sci-fi fan, then you’re really going enjoy the new movie “Elysium.”
From “The Breakfast Club” to “Mean Girls,” what’s the best school movie? You decide!
Movie fans showed up dressed in their best for the Steel City Con this weekend.
World War Z is the latest movie in a long line of films featuring the zombie genre. It’s based on the apocalyptic horror novel by Max Brooks called, “World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War.”