PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — With major stars like Will Smith currently filming in the Hill District and productions popping up all over town, movie-making is back in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Film Office credits the resurgence to […]
The hustle and bustle of Hollywood is right here in Pittsburgh.
Books form the basis of countless Hollywood films and you’ll have no shortage of big screen adaptations to choose from during this year’s Oscar season and throughout 2015.
During a recent interview on 93-7 The Fan, Colbert revealed his list of top sports movies of all-time.
In it’s opening weekend, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” trampled the competition and dominated the box office raking in $73 million.
Mark Wahlberg has long been a staple of the action genre and he’s at it again this Summer with the latest sequel to everyone’s favorite franchise, Transformers.
Families looking for a unique summer treat need look no further than a drive-in movie in the comfortable confines of their own vehicle.
Instead of panicking and sending your kids to nearest summer camp you can find, why not enjoy a few summer blockbusters?
Remember that 1963 movie where Alfred Hitchcock in a cameo appearance walks out of a pet shop as Tippi Hedren walks in?
Our city’s seen its share of celebrities lately, with movies constantly filming all over Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh has been featured in lots of movies over the years, but recently it seems filmmakers cant get enough of our scenery.
Hollywood never gets bored with mothers. Over the years, they’ve glorified, vilified, and otherwise memorialized enough great mom characters to fill a book—and now, Richard Corliss has written just that with Mom in the Movies.
A one-room studio in Bridgeville seems an unlikely place to generate a special movie that has support from the Welsh government in Great Britain, a true story produced by this yinzer who ended up playing a popular team sport while a student in Wales.
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.