In anticipation of the rock nostalgia inspired by "Rock of Ages," we're looking at nine hard-rock and heavy-metal films that have made noise in the mainstream. Horns up!
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The former Van Halen singer/ current Chickenfoot frontman says he likes movies that mess with his head.
Julie Dawn Cole, who played Veruca Salt in the original 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,' could not control an unexpected real-life development during filming as she, well, developed.
Five of the cast members and director Mel Stuart were in New York this week to promote the 40th anniversary Blu-ray release of "Willy Wonka," and NextMovie broke bread with them and collected their thoughts and stories about working on this famous film.
To celebrate the "A Clockwork Orange" anniversary Blu-ray, Malcolm McDowell sat down to discuss breathing underwater, working with Darth Vader and how he'd play Alex in a "Clockwork Orange" sequel.
It's almost 2015, and we still don’t have flying cars, time machines or hoverboards, but the "Back To The Future" trilogy still rocks our world. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the first installment and the new trilogy Blu-ray release, Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson, Christopher Lloyd and Mary Steenburgen -- plus singer Huey Lewis, writer-director Robert Zemeckis,Get more »
"My favorite movie would be the Hal Ashby film 'Harold and Maude.' "Because of the way he used music and the way he made two unattractive people, and their love affair, completely romantically attractive. It works." Eric Roberts was last seen in "The Expendables," on DVD and Blu-ray Nov. 23. More Favorite Movies: Simon PeggGet more »
"My favorite movie switches depending on my mood, but it's probably 'The Bicycle Thief' just because of how honest and perfect it is. I love all the stuff that [director Vittorio De Sica] doesn't need to put in a movie to move you. It's not manipulative in any real way. "And I've always loved 'Matewan'Get more »
"Hands down, 'Withnail and I.' It's the perfect movie. "It's my kind of movie, which is brilliantly funny on a very profound level and has a lot of drama and a lot of heart to it as well. There's not a wasted word in that film." Will Arnett can currently be seen on TV's "RunningGet more »