Hollywood Wrap

Emily Blunt has been on a roll as of late, but it wasn't overnight success for the leading lady...

I worked in a catering company, waiting on people's fancy parties...

With a full dance card already in place for 2020, her hard work is paying off.

Citi: The Moment - It's About Time

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With buzzy coming-of-age dramedy Eighth Grade expanding into wider release, our movie correspondent Scott Carty spoke with Writer & Director Bo Burnham and star Elsie Fisher.

Eighth Grade: Coming-of-Age in the Post-Digital Era

Focusing on a young girl's last week of middle school in a contemporary setting, Eighth Grade is being called the first great coming-of-age film for the post-digital generation.

Writer and Director Bo Burnham and the movie's standout star Elsie Fisher give us a closer look at this timely tale that tackles timeless feelings.

Attend Eighth Grade in theaters now.

Here we go again! Sequels rule the box office this weekend. Will The Equalizer take on Mamma Mia!? Scott Carty breaks it down in this Movie Wrap.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

A decade after the original, the cast of Mamma Mia! returns for an encore. Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, and Amanda Seyfried are joined by new cast members Lily James, Andy Garcia, and Cher in a story that hops between two timelines with Lily James playing the younger version of Meryl Streep's character.

Spoiler alert -- you will get Dancing Queen stuck in your head.

The Equalizer 2

Sequels are rarely groundbreaking, but, since Equalizer 2 is Denzel Washington's first, this may qualify. He returns as Robert McCall, both retired and relentless, delivering justice to those who killed his old friend and colleague.

Will this open the door to future sequels from Denzel? Maybe even a full-blown franchise?

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Scott Carty brings us four very different movie options — from action to indie, hitting theaters on July 13th.

Duane Johnson in Skyscraper

Duane “The Rock” Johnson is on top of the world, but can Skyscraper take him even higher? As a war veteran turned security consultant he will fight his biggest challenge yet — a burning skyscraper, in order to save his family.

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

The monsters hit the high seas for a luxury vacation in this latest chapter of the family-favorite franchise. Can a change of scenery breathe new life into Adam Sandler's undead, animated adventures?

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot

Gus Van Sant's latest film hits Amazon on July 13th. This festival favorite features an impressive cast, including Joaquin PhoenixJonah HillRooney Mara, and Carrie Brownstein. In it, Phoenix's character finds new hope after an accident confines him to a wheelchair and he discovers a gift for art.

Eighth Grade

Director Bo Burnham reminds us that being a kid is hard, especially on the cusp of adulthood. Eighth Grade follows Elsie Fisher as Kayla during her final week at school as she deals with the struggles of adolescence and preparation for high school.