Ahead of the Oscar nominations, which celebrate the best in film, we have the nominees for this year’s Razzie Awards, which mark the opposite. "Transformers: The Last Knight" has the most nominations with a total of nine, including worst picture and worst actor for Mark Wahlberg. Following close
Film critic Peter Travers takes a look back at the year in movies and reveals his list of the best and worst movies of 2017 on this edition of "Popcorn With Peter Travers."
Michael Bay 's "Transformers: The Last Knight" grabbed the No. 1 spot at the weekend box office while recording the lowest-earning debut of any "Transformers" movie. The film, starring Mark Wahlberg and Anthony Hopkins , opened on Wednesday, bringing in an estimated $69.1 million in its first five
The director and cast of "Transformers: The Last Knight" open up about the making of the film in an interview with "GMA."
If you are keeping cool this weekend by heading to the movie we've got you covered. So we're gonna start with the fifty entry in the transformers friendship that franchise high five yeah. Oh I'm so in the last night humans are again at war with the transformers and the key to saving mankind lies in
Actor and father of four Mark Wahlberg said that the letters his children wrote to him this year are the best Father's Day presents he has ever received. Wahlberg said that after reading the Father's Day cards from his children, "I was like you know what? I'm taking the kids to school before I go,
It is finally time for the summer movie showdown! And while the summer movie season will officially kick off this weekend, the unofficial battle at the box office has already begun. Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers, host of ABC News' "Popcorn With Peter Travers," has your full breakdown of
Film and television critic Peter Travers breaks down the films you'll want to see this summer.
This coming October, Dirk Diggler, Rollergirl and the rest of the “Boogie Nights” gang will celebrate 20 years in the cinematic history books. The Paul Thomas Anderson-led project came out in 1997 and featured icons like Burt Reynolds as well as future Oscar-winners like Julianne Moore and Philip
Reeves appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about returning to the role of John Wick.