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There's A New King Kong Movie Coming Out

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 07.26.2014 | Entertainment

During the Legendary Pictures panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, the production company announced plans to bring King Kong back to the multiplex.

Unmiraculous 34th Street

Francis Levy | Posted 06.21.2014 | New York
Francis Levy

There are no miracles on 34th Street anymore. 34th Street is the paradigm of all that is wrong with an American street or a street anywhere for that matter.

"ART GIRLS" (R)evolution in Berlin

Lisa Paul Streitfeld | Posted 06.01.2014 | Arts
Lisa Paul Streitfeld

Even as it creates a fantastical story bringing art into everyday life via a quantum human evolutionary leap, ART GIRLS memorializes the vast raw urban spaces that made Berlin the destination for artists the world over.

A Tour of the Future in Hong Kong

Peter Mandel | Posted 01.25.2014 | Travel
Peter Mandel

Names of cities are not just collections of letters. When you read "Rome" or hear "Hanoi" you get a firecracker flash. A row of mental lightbulbs pops on, you see a private marquee picture of the place, and then, when you think of something else, it's gone.

Twenty Top Movie Endings You (Maybe) Hadn't Thought Of

John Farr | Posted 03.09.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

All great movies -- and great movie endings -- stay in our memories as normal or indifferent ones never could. They're like great taglines -- their strength lies in the very fact that we can't forget them.

WATCH: Movie Monsters Get Remix

The Huffington Post | Treye Green | Posted 01.04.2013 | Entertainment

If you can't remember which movie monster scaled the Empire State Building -- yes, that was King Kong, not Godzilla -- Eclectic Method's music video ...

The Magnanimous Misanthropy of Poet John Tottenham

Gordy Grundy | Posted 01.30.2013 | Arts
Gordy Grundy

An Englishman, Tottenham is as dreary as a London fog. His droll inflection bares the resentment at having to answer your silly and stupid question. He does not believe in love, ambition or hope.

How I Would Teach The Film Precious

Sheril Antonio | Posted 12.21.2012 | Black Voices
Sheril Antonio

There are many ways to interpret Precious. I acknowledge that Precious is about the darkest of human tragedies and, yes, depicts a horrible truth. The well-crafted art of film is always fiction presented as an artifact of truth. Pablo Picasso once said, "art is the lie that reveals the truth."

Owner Of New York Landmark Plans Towering IPO

AP | ALEX VEIGA | Posted 04.14.2012 | Business

Soon investors can take after King Kong and grab a piece of the Empire State Building. The company that runs the Depression-era skyscraper, the talle...

PHOTOS: Animal Urges From Walton Ford

Kisa Lala | Posted 04.05.2013 | Arts
Kisa Lala

By Kiša Lala Walton Ford photographed by Bobby Fisher © Bobby Fisher, 2011 -- Arabian proverb from beginning of King Kong: 'And the Prophet ...

On The Artist, The Lure of Nostalgia, and Ten Silent Movies Worth Talking Up

John Farr | Posted 05.18.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

Just when you start believing there's no hope for anything daring and original coming out of Movieland, something gets released that surprises you. The Artist is one such movie -- and what's new about it is that it's old.

King Kong Musical May Come To Broadway

Posted 12.20.2011 | Arts

'King King', the classic girl-meets-gorilla tale, is set to hit the Regent Theatre in Melbourne in early 2013 and may end up on Broadway later in the ...

Movies that Make Us Ape-Wild

Posted 10.05.2011 | Home

The ape returns to the big screen today with "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" starring James Franco and Freida Pinto, and the film already has a stron...

PHOTOS: Preview The 25th Annual 'Last Remaining Seats' Film Fest

The Huffington Post | Lucy Blodgett | Posted 06.21.2011 | Los Angeles

This summer marks the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles Conservancy's Last Remaining Seats Film Festival, with seven revival screenings in Downtown'...

Wednesday Windfall: Conversations with KISS' Gene Simmons, Brian Culbertson and The Weepies

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

With regards to Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, is it easy or hard for Gene Simmons to transform himself from an everyday person into a savior of rock 'n' roll?

Tribeca Film Festival Interview: Andy Serkis Is Ian Dury in Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.

Cynthia Ellis | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Cynthia Ellis

Whether doing Shakespeare, tragic monkey, or rock legend, Andy Serkis possesses that rare gift of true transformation.

Triple Treat Tuesday: Conversations With Jackie Greene, Street Drum Corps' Bobby Alt, and Nicky Holender, Trainer to the Stars

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

"'Medicine' is one of those messed-up drug songs. It's more like a tantrum, you know saying, 'I don't want your bulls**t.' I don't know, it's sort of hard to explain."

Snuggies for Monsters

Roy Rivenburg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
Roy Rivenburg

Tired of ravaging Tokyo or climbing the Empire State Building in cold weather? Now there's Snuggie for Monsters, the blanket with sleeves that lets you terrorize humans while staying snuggly warm!

11 Best New York City Horror Movies

Nick Carr | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Nick Carr

Just in time for Halloween, Scouting NY put together a list of the best horror movies that take place in New York City.

Best New York Movies (SLIDESHOW, POLL)

The Huffington Post | Cara Parks | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

Directors have struggled to capture the essence of New York City since the first talkie, The Jazz Singer, was set here in 1927. At turns romantic and ...

15 Years Later, Why Bette Midler Is Still Trying to Save New York

Andrea Chalupa | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Andrea Chalupa

There's a strength and purpose to her showgirl style, and for the past 15 years Midler's taken that spirit offstage with a mission: making New York one of the greenest cities in the world.

Night at the Museum 2 defeats Terminator Salvation - Huff Post Friday box office rundown

Scott Mendelson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Scott Mendelson

The sequel to the insanely leggy 2006 family favorite took in $15.3 million, while Terminator Salvation took in $14.8 million on its second day of release.

A Word To Hollywood: In Recessionary Times, Smaller, Better Films, Please -- And More Of Them!

John Farr | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
John Farr

This year's gimmicky Benjamin Button cost $150 million, the superlative Milk cost just $15 million. Why not fund ten more Milk-type films and forego one Button?