If you need last-minute gift ideas for the TV fans on your Christmas shopping list, check out our gift guide of some of the best DVD and Blu-ray releases (including full series, box sets and collectors editions) of 2018.
If you’re looking to kick off the holiday season by watching “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” on the big screen, you’re in luck. Three different Triangle theaters will show the Yuletide classic over the next week.
The film “Green Book,” starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, shows how blacks traveling in the United States used “The Negro Motorist Green Book” to find accepting businesses, including in North Carolina.
The cult film — and possible Christmas movie — “Die Hard” returns to movie theaters for its 30th anniversary. The Bruce Willis action flick will be at some Raleigh and Cary Regal movie theaters. Here’s how to find show times.
The Chapel Hill Town Council will talk about appointing a task force to consider the options and cost of turning the longtime Varsity movie theater into a performing arts center. The theater is not for sale yet.
Hoops Africa: Ubuntu Matters — which premiered to a limited global audience earlier this year on NBA TV — traces multiple stories of basketball and Africa. It is UNC grad Taylor Sharp’s first documentary.
Film Fest 919, the Triangle’s newest film festival, will feature 36 films from 17 countries at Silverspot Cinemas in Chapel Hill. The ambitious films have won awards awards at major festivals around the world.
“Crazy Rich Asians,” which arrives in theaters this week, is the first time I’ve seen a movie on the big screen filled with characters who look like me and talk like me. It’s one victory against tokenism.
Buddy Holly and the early rock era is the subject of “Clear Lake,” which will begin shooting in early 2019. Though the filmmakers are from Raleigh, NC, they’ll make it elsewhere because there aren’t enough film incentives.