"Behind the Candelabra", a new film about the five-year love affair between Liberace and his young lover, stars Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, was directed by Steven Soderbergh and will premiere on HBO.
5/22/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke reprise their roles as Celine and Jesse in "Before Midnight," the third installment of their trilogy about longtime lovers.
5/23/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Actor/director Sarah Polley uncovers the deep, dark secrets of her parents in the new documentary "Stories We Tell."
5/17/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
A new Star Trek film, called 'Star Trek: Into Darkness,' hits movie screens, and director J.J. Abrams has returned at the helm after his recent reboot of the franchise.
5/15/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio and director Baz Luhrmann sit down with NY1's Neil Rosen to talk about the latest big screen adaptation of the literary classic "The Great Gatsby."
5/9/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
The latest movie adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" hits big screens this week, starring Leonardo DiCaprio in the iconic title role.
5/9/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
NY1's Neil Rosen spoke to Whoopi Goldberg about "I've Got Something To Tell You", a documentary she directed about trailblazing comedienne Moms Mabley.
5/2/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
The final installment in the Iron Man triology starring Robert Downey Jr., "Iron Man 3", flies into theaters this weekend.
5/2/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
NY1 movie critic Neil Rosen sat down with Matthew McConaughey to talk about his role in the new drama "Mud."
5/1/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
`Stars Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy and director Richard Linklater talk about "Before Midnight," a film debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival that is the third film in 19 years involving Hawke and Delpy playing the same characters, Jesse and Celine, in a so-called life project.
4/27/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
The late 90's rock singer Jeff Buckley is immortalized on the silver screen in the new biopic "Greetings from Tim Buckley" starring Penn Badgley.
4/26/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Actors Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron spoke to NY1's Neil Rosen about their new movie, "At Any Price", a film about a Midwestern farm family that's put to the test in more ways than one.
4/24/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Tom Cruise stars in "Oblivion", a new sci-fi movie set 60 years in the future on a post-apocalyptic earth.
4/17/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Terrence Malick's new film "To the Wonder" showcases the director's signature dreamlike, abstract style.
4/18/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
The story of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier finally comes to the silver screen in "42."
4/11/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
"Disconnect", a new drama with a talented cast, looks at three separate stories surrounding the victims of cyberspace including identity theft and online bullying.
4/10/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
"Trance," the new movie by Danny Boyle, director of "Trainspotting" and "Slumdog Millionaire," is a high-brainiac art-world thriller that wants to do nothing more or less than give your head a pleasurable spin.
4/4/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Robert Redford spoke to NY1's Neil Rosen about his new movie "The Company You Keep," which he directs and stars in as a former member of the '60s militant group "The Weather Underground".
4/3/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
As befits a commando team inspired by a 49-year-old series of Hasbro toy soldiers, the G.I. Joes in "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" are a squad of government combat renegades so wholesome and upstanding that they make the A-Team look like unsavory street punks.
3/28/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes spoke to NY1's Neil Rosen about their new movie "The Place Beyond The Pines", in which Gosling plays a motorcycle stunt rider who turns to crime to support his newborn child and Mendes plays his ex-girlfriend, an upstate New York waitress who's the mother of his child.
3/27/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd star in "Admission," a smart, non-cheesy comedy about the control-freak nature of the college application process.
3/21/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
NY1's Neil Rosen sat down with Tina Fey and Paul Rudd to talk about their latest movie, "Admission".
3/20/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
The new comedy "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" stars Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi and Jim Carrey as a bunch of Las Vegas magicians.
3/14/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens show a whole new side of their personalities in the wild and raunchy new film "Spring Breakers".
3/14/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
A new film, "Ginger And Rosa," looks at how the threat of nuclear war in 1960s London affects a teenage girl.
3/7/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
The new documentary "Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey" takes a look at how the rock band Journey's quest to find a new frontman.
3/7/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
A new thriller called "Phantom", set during the Cold War and set aboard a Soviet nuclear submarine, stars Ed Harris and David Duchovny.
2/27/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
"Jack and the Beanstalk" gets the Hollywood treatment in the new fantasy-action-adventure flick "Jack and the Giant Slayer".
2/28/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
"Argo" won three Oscars, including Best Picture, en route to top honors at the 85th Academy Awards Sunday night.
2/24/2013 - By: NY1 News
The buzz has been building for more than a month, and the moment of truth is finally here, as Sunday is Oscar night. NY1 film critic Neil Rosen offers his picks for who he thinks will win at this year's Academy Awards.
2/23/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
A new documentary looks at the life of a little-known man whose numerous inventions are used my millions of people every day.
2/21/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Entertainment Weekly magazine film critic Owen Gleiberman tells NY1 who he thinks will win and should win at this year's Academy Awards, which take place this Sunday night.
2/20/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Bruce Willis returns in the fifth installment of the "Die Hard" franchise, titled "A Good Day to Die Hard".
2/13/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
"Beautiful Creatures", the latest entry in the popular teen vampire film craze, follows a "caster" as she waits to find out her fate.
2/14/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Melissa McCarthy stars as a con artist and Jason Bateman is her straight-laced, buttoned-down mark in a new comedy called "Identity Thief".
2/6/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
Steven Soderbergh's latest movie, "Side Effects", stars Rooney Mara as a woman who is functionally depressed.
2/7/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
In addition to being the mayor of New York City for twelve years, Ed Koch graced both the big and small screen with his one-of-a-kind personality, and he did it in his own unique way, appearing in over 60 movies and TV shows.
2/1/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
In the 100 years since it opened, Grand Central Terminal has inspired dozens of filmmakers to showcase its photogenic, massively scaled beauty.
1/30/2013 - By: Neil Rosen
A new crime dramedy called "Stand Up Guys" features an all-star cast headlined by Al Pacino and Christopher Walken.
1/31/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly
Jessica Chastain's new horror film "Mama" is already heating up the box office, and Entertainment Weekly contributring critic Owen Gleiberman filed this review.
1/24/2013 - By: Owen Gleiberman - Entertainment Weekly