Why zombies will never die (and how the University of Pittsburgh is keeping them alive)

Jim Jarmusch talks about The Dead Don't Die as an homage to George Romero, whose estate will form the foundation of a museum and horror-movie studies center in Pittsburgh.

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The Woodstock 50th anniversary and a decade of 1960s nostalgia: Thank goodness it’s almost over

We’ve nearly made it through. Our long national nightmare is almost over.
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The Woodstock 50th anniversary and a decade of 1960s nostalgia: Thank goodness it’s almost over

We’ve nearly made it through. Our long national nightmare is almost over.
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Philadelphia filmmakers go under the hood in ‘Framing John DeLorean’ with Alec Baldwin as the notorious automaker

Filmmakers Don Argott and Sheena Joyce examine the life of automaker John DeLorean.
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Philadelphia filmmakers go under the hood in ‘Framing John DeLorean’ with Alec Baldwin as the notorious automaker

Filmmakers Don Argott and Sheena Joyce examine the life of automaker John DeLorean.
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Zombies, hipsters and Bill Murray converge in Jim Jarmusch’s ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

Laconic Sheriff (Bill Murray) faces a zombie uprising in his sleepy Pennsylvania town in 'The Dead Don't Die.'
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Zombies, hipsters and Bill Murray converge in Jim Jarmusch’s ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

Laconic Sheriff (Bill Murray) faces a zombie uprising in his sleepy Pennsylvania town in 'The Dead Don't Die.'
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Mindy Kaling finds that comedy writing is no joke in ‘Late Night’ | Movie review

An inexperienced comedy writer (Mindy Kaling) joins the insular staff of a legendary talk show host (Emma Thompson) in 'Late Night.'

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‘Shaft’: The iconic detective meets his millennial son, is mystified | Movie review

Legendary private eye John Shaft (Samuel L. Jackson) introduces his sheltered son (Jessie Usher) to his streetwise ways in 'Shaft.'

Oscar-nominated ‘Midnight Cowboy’ actress dies

Sylvia Miles, an actress and Manhattan socialite whose brief, scene-stealing appearances in the films “Midnight Cowboy” and “Farewell, My Lovely” earned her two Academy Award nominations, died Wednesday.

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Maya Erskine stands tall in the rom-com ‘Plus One’ | Movie review

Two platonic single friends (Maya Erskine, Jack Quaid) agree to be each others wedding dates, leading to complications in the romantic comedy 'Plus One'

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No need for a neuralizer, you’ll forget you’ve seen ‘Men In Black International’ not long after walking out | Movie review

Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth are secret agents regulate the existence of aliens on earth in 'Men in Black: International'

New Jersey awards over $6M in tax credits for film projects

A crime thriller starring Chazz Palminteri and three other film projects are the first four to get New Jersey's new film tax credits

Kevin Hart sued for assault during screening of the Philadelphia-shot ‘The Upside’

A New York City woman has filed an assault and battery lawsuit against Philadelphia native Kevin Hart claiming that the comedian’s security team “seriously and permanently injured” her in an incident outside a screening of his film The Upside earlier this year.

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Hollywood mogul’s racial discrimination case against Comcast

Allen, a former comedian who runs a Hollywood empire, has claimed in suits that Comcast and Charter Communications Inc. have discriminated against him by refusing to distribute his cable-TV channels to tens of millions of American cable homes.

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‘Dark Phoenix’ is a poor vehicle for lame-duck X-Men cast | Movie review

Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) goes to outer space and comes back with some mood issues, in this new entry in the X-Men series.

Summer Events Guide: Hamilton, Made in America, and everything else to do in Philly

Our staff picks the best movies, concerts, TV, festivals that you need to see this summer.

It’s blockbuster season: Here are the movies you need to see this summer

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I tried the 4DX movie theater in King of Prussia: I laughed, I cried, I got water in the face

Movie-going evolves and that's okay. Either way: It's better than having the ceiling collapse on you at the Center City's old Sameric.

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