Bill Murray, the famed actor who resides in Charleston and is a co-owner of the RiverDogs, lost his eldest brother Ed this week.
Anthony Crawford's story is now being told in a new documentary that's currently available for streaming.
A Netflix show filmed right here in Charleston has won a People's Choice Award during a year otherwise filled with disappointments and delays in the upended entertainment industry.
Reformatted in response to the pandemic, this year's Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival will take place Nov. 18-19 at Charleston Music Hall.
It was a mid-October Friday night just before the "Drive In the Woods" event at the 6,000-acre nature reserve that includes 11 lakes, a blackwater swamp and an abundance of forest landscape.
After residents of Mount Pleasant's Old Village neighborhood voiced complaints about disruptive filming of Netflix adventure series "Outer Banks," show creator Jonas Pate reached out to make things right.
When Brian Baumgartner comes to town Wednesday, he might just sit on the beach and eat hot dogs. It's all his character Kevin Malone from "The Office" has ever wanted, and Charleston has quite a few beaches.
A Mount Pleasant Old Village resident said she was kept awake by "explosions, screaming, loud machinery and bright lights through the night until 5 a.m."
It's almost Hallmark holiday movie season, and an upcoming film that will be aired on the popular network is looking for extras in Charleston.
According to those who knew Anderson native Chadwick Boseman when he was growing up, the actor was just as extraordinary as he seems.
This time around, the "Outer Banks" Season 2 casting call is real.
In a new HBO series that features a Charleston-area actor, supernatural horror embodies the seedy underbelly of American history.
A new movie that was originally slated for theatrical release will now partake in a unique first-of-its-kind experience that an entertainment company in the Charleston area has created.
It's official. Netflix has renewed the breakout young adult series "Outer Banks," which was filmed in Charleston, for a second season.
On Tuesday, local media sites posted about the show "reportedly" seeking extras.
One Charleston-area theater is offering another option for those who are craving a movie on the big screen.
There's a new drive-in movie theater in town.
The documentary is available to stream on Starz through June 16, the day before the massacre's fifth anniversary.
"America Street," a documentary exploring issues facing Charleston's East Side community, is available for free through June 9.
One often forgotten facet of the film industry has received a boost from the current circumstances: drive-in theaters.
While Charleston isn't a film industry destination quite like Hollywood, New York City or Atlanta, it has offered a stage to several popular movies and TV shows throughout the years.
Screenwriter Josh Singer, who has been involved in several screenplays, will appear in a public conversation with The Post and Courier's arts writer Adam Parker organized by the Charleston Lib…
If you can’t screen movies inside the theaters, then maybe projecting some old favorites on the exterior wall of the building will suffice.
These are the must-see Bill Murray movies to binge during quarantine.
It might be too harsh to recommend practicing social distancing with the new Vin Diesel movie "Bloodshot," but I wouldn't want to shake its hand, either.
In The Way Back, Ben Affleck plays a former high school basketball phenom turned alcoholic coach for that same high school, leading the way through a predictable redemption story.This isn’t a …
It was only a matter of time before Hollywood came calling to adapt the real-life events surrounding a museum in South Carolina that celebrated the Ku Klux Klan.
No matter your interests — the French Resistance, underground fungal networks, radical extremism, crime, nature, war, friendship — the Terrace Theater probably is screening a movie that fits the bill.
“He said that wherever I went, he would find me, walk right up to me, and I wouldn’t be able to see him.” — Cecelia Kass (Elisabeth Moss)
"The Assistant" is essentially the first #MeToo-era feature film.
This Valentine's Day, there's certain to be the usual flood of candy and flowers. But at your local movie theater, there's something increasingly rare: A soulful and adult romantic drama in "T…
If the Hollywood mantra for making blockbusters is "faster, faster, faster," then the creators of "Sonic the Hedgehog" have wisely ignored it.
At one point in "Birds of Prey," crime lord Roman Sionis, aka Ewan McGregor, sits down with a tub of popcorn to watch Harley Quinn suffer through a brutal interrogation.
There's a scene early on in the new film "Gretel & Hansel" when the two title characters accidentally scarf down psychedelic mushrooms in a forest and it produces one very strong feeling i…
When you think of top-notch movie assassins, there's a good chance you conjure up Samuel L. Jackson or Keanu Reeves or Matt Damon. You might not immediately think of Blake Lively. But now you should.
A befuddling ending is hardly the only perplexing choice by the filmmakers of "The Turning," the latest update to the 19th-century horror novella "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James, a man we could say is now "turning" in his grave, but we'll spare you the pun.
Guy Ritchie's honor-among-thieves meta-caper "The Gentlemen," with Matthew McConaughey, has all the tailored tweed suits and smoky atmosphere of a handsome scotch commercial. "The Gentlemen" might not be an ad, but Ritchie's film is most assuredly selling something.
The third edition of the "Bad Boys" franchise starts as it must do: With a gleaming Porsche swerving at impossible speeds through Miami traffic under the expert control of Will Smith, with Mar…
But if they could speak, no realm of the animal kingdom, no penguin, parakeet or panda, would have anything good to say about Stephen Gaghan's "Dolittle," a big-budget train wreck in which things go so awry that it can't even be said to be strictly for the dogs.
It's been a good time for World War I buffs,” especially if they're also movie buffs. A year ago director Peter Jackson applied state-of-the-art technology to century-old war footage to bring …
There's usually one film that tops lists whenever powerful legal thrillers are debated — “To Kill a Mockingbird," set in the 1930s. Now comes a film showing how little has changed since then, …
There is a wild urgency to Greta Gerwig's "Little Women" that hardly seems possible for a film based on a 150-year-old book. But such is the magic of combining Louisa May Alcott's enduring sto…
By now, we shouldn't be too surprised by this cultural contradiction known as Adam Sandler.
J.J. Abrams' "Rise of Skywalker" is a scattershot, impatiently paced, fan-servicing finale that repurposes so much of what came before that it feels as though someone searching for the hyperspace button accidentally pressed the spin cycle instead.
There's apparently enough groundbreaking technology used in "Cats" for NASA to send a rocket to unexplored parts of the universe, perhaps to a far-off planet where cats sing, dance on two legs…
The creators of the latest "Jumanji" sequel have begun from an age-old premise "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." And they've taken note of other successful franchises to adopt what must surel…
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