Mandela Van Peebles -- son of Mario and grandson of Melvin -- talks to us about which dances from "We the Party" he can still do, his first on-screen kiss and the real reason everyone in his family has a name that starts with M.
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"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" directors Mark and Jay Duplass fire back and forth on their affection for lovable losers, being starstruck around Susan Sarandon and the cinematic merit of "Joe Versus the Volcano."
Swap breadcrumbs for Skittles and gingerbread for marijuana, and you begin to get a feel for "Black Forest: Hansel and Gretel & the 420 Witch," a weed-laced horror comedy in which a witch (Lara Flyn Boyle) tempts teens into her home with pot, then eats them.
NextMovie spoke with "The Devil Inside" director-writer William Brent Bell and producer-writer Matthew Peterman at the film’s premiere last night at Regal LA Live Stadium 14 in downtown Los Angeles.
Swedish actress Noomi Rapace has gone from "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" to the girl in between Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law in "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows."
This psychological thriller could easily tie with the new 'Twilight' film for most effective form of cinematic birth control this year.
Fifteen-year-old Joel Courtney had only ever acted in a few school plays before when he scored the lead role in director J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated movie "Super 8."
Jack, get back, and check out the cast of the new "Footloose" remake.
NextMovie counts down the 20 funniest women in movies today, including "What's Your Number?" star Anna Faris.
Todd Hardy ("Inception") explains why his favorite movie "Platoon" is like an acting study book.