Gary Thompson is the Inquirer's film critic.

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Philly friends of Leo Beebe say ‘Ford v Ferrari’ gets the Ford exec wrong

“You ask a thousand people here about Leo Beebe, you’re going to get a thousand positive opinions,” said Ron Jaworski, the former Eagles quarterback-turned-entrepreneur, who came to Beebe for business advice.

See the real cars from ‘Ford v. Ferrari’ at Philly’s Simeone Museum

Fred Simeone's collection was recently named by the International Classic Car Trust as the best in the world.

Matt Damon talks about ‘Ford v Ferrari,’ Marvel vs. Martin, and the end of the movie world as we know it

Matt Damon talks about playing legendary auto designer Carroll Shelby in the new racing movie.

The movie ‘Blade Runner’ was set in November 2019. So, have you seen any replicants lately?

Now that the auspicious month has arrived, let’s take a look at where the movie (adapted from a sci-fi novel by Philip K. Dick) was prescient, and where it wasn’t.

M. Night Shyamalan: Change Pennsylvania’s movie tax credit, and film investment here would ‘explode’

M. Night Shyamalan said he knows of several productions that want to come here but can’t, and that if the state were to remove the cap, investment “would explode.”

The AMC Dine In theater at the Fashion District opens Nov. 4. Here’s what it has to offer.

AMC announces that its Fashion District theater will open Nov 4. -- eight screens (including two with Dolby Sound) a kitchen, food service, adult beverages, reclining seats.

Edie Windsor’s memoir is out, and the Philly-born LGBTQ icon’s ‘wild’ spirit is a delight to behold

Edie Windsor's memoir, 'A Wild and Precious Life,' will be celebrated Tuesday at a book-tour event in the Gayborhood featuring her co-author, Joshua Lyon, and surviving spouse, Judith Kasen-Windsor.

Cast and crew of Philly-set ‘Harriet’ talk about the city’s crucial role in Tubman’s legacy

'Harriet' director Kasi Lemmons and star Leslie Odom Jr. -- who grew up in East Oak Lane -- on the movie's Philadelphia setting.

‘Maybe Next Year’: The Eagles fan documentary that became a surprise chronicle of the Super Bowl run

Drexel grad and film director Kyle Thrash bought a pick-up for $2,000 to tailgate at Eagles games to gather material for a fan documentary, 'Maybe Next Year,' and ended up capturing the team's Super Bowl win.

Temple grad and star of new Eddie Murphy movie ‘Dolemite Is My Name’ talks about her ‘lucky’ ride to success

Da’Vine Joy Randolph's failure as a classical singer led her to acting on Broadway and film.