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Tampa Theatre has released the lineup for its annual Holiday Classics series, including “Elf,” “A Christmas Story” and “It’s A Wonderful Life.”
Check out sequels Creed II and Ralph Breaks the Internet, or a “fresh” take on Robin Hood. Scandal politics take center stage in The Front Runner, and Green Book takes a tour through the segregated Deep South.
New in theaters this week: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ ‘The Nutcracker and the Four Realms,’ ‘Nobody’s Fool’
The highly anticipated Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody is expected to top the box office while competing against the star-studded reinvention of the classic The Nutcracker and Tyler Perry’s comedy Nobody’s Fool starring Tiffany Haddish.
Here’s what Creed II is. It is a direct continuation, 33 years later, of the events laid out with a right hook in Rocky IV (1985).
A spirited buddy comedy, road movie, fish-out-of-water fable and accessible social history, Green Book is just that cinematic unicorn.
The story of prostitution, stripping and crime is becoming a movie called Zola. The production has been filming in the Tampa Bay area since Oct. 29, confirmed St.Petersburg-Clearwater film commissioner Tony Armer.
'Boy Erased' is a fair and balanced condemnation of conversion therapy. It's also a gut punch.
Take your pick at the multiplex from the Harry Potter prequel, a heist, a family comedy and an important gay conversion drama.
Tampa Bay is home to comic book industry professionals and fans — even a superhero — who were impacted by the Marvel icon and his work.
The season is stocked with awards hopefuls and familiar faces, including The Grinch (Nov. 9), the Potterverse (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Nov. 16), a superhero (Aquaman, Dec. 21) and even Mary Poppins, y'all (Mary Poppins Returns, Dec. 19).
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