Washington plays a lethal Lyft driver who demands five-star ratings.
Social satire from director Boots Riley successfully expanded to more theaters.
Towering action thriller about a high-rise fire comes in below expectations.
Johnson was responding to a question about the feud with his “Fate of the Furious” co-star.
The critically-acclaimed drama is set to arrive in theaters on August 10.
We may soon see the NBA champion in another movie.
Legendary singer’s mom expresses “shock” over allegation Whitney was molested.
Surrealistic comedy charted the weekend’s best per-theater average.
“It’s all the Whitney Houston documentary you’ll ever need.”
Hollywood packs summer with escapist flicks, but these films carry compelling messages.
Basketball comedy starring Lil Rel Howery and Kyrie Irving did better than expected.
The film will explore “how the hell we got in this situation, and how we’re going to get out.”