Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman” is exactly what fans, DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. and the film industry need and deserve — a movie with heart starring the world's most popular female superhero.
Norwalk man, who often plays “tough guys or bad guys,” enjoys the opportunity to play a protagonist.
In “Wimpy Kid,” Silverstone plays the matriarch of a family headed on a road trip to a relative’s 90th birthday celebration.
He remained a bachelor until he was 38 and married Barbara Sklar, who survives.
Film credits include “Titanic,” “Apollo 13,” “A Simple Plan,” “Weird Science,” “Twister” and “True Lies.”
You have to reach back to 1980’s “The Empire Strikes Back” to find a “Star Wars” movie this darkly hued.
Director Clint Eastwood’s film attempts to redefine the image of a passenger plane along the New York skyline.
Movie gets three thumbs up and one so-so.
Longtime Norwalk resident plays gym teacher who assaulted main character
Here come the sequels, superheroes and remakes
Critics hated movie but fans embraced it.
Actor in upcoming ’Batman v. Superman’ movie tests his disguise in Times Square in Manhattan.
Toula and her husband are dealing with a rebellious teenage daughter.