Zack Snyder, the director of Man of Steel, narrates a scene from the film.
The New York Times critics on The Bling Ring, 20 Feet From Stardom and Man of Steel.
MSN Movies sits down with Seth Rogen, Craig Robinson and Jay Baruchel as they discuss what it was like to play exaggerated versions of themselves and reveal their other favorite end of the world films.
There are only 400 drive-in movie theaters left in the country, but for many movie-goers the nostalgia factor can t be beat. NBC s Kevin Tibbles reports.
'The Purge,' a new film starring Ethan Hawke, cost only $3M to make but took home $36M at the box office. New York Magazine's David Edelstein joins Morning Joe to discuss the film and all of the big summer films worth seeing.
The New York Times critics on 'Much Ado About Nothing,' 'The Internship' and 'Wish You Were Here.'
The Washington Post s Katherine Boyle and newsman Bill Kurtis join Hardball to discuss the Anchorman exhibit at DC s Newseum in preparation for the Anchorman film sequel.
In this Anatomy of a Scene, the director Joss Whedon narrates a scene from his film version of Shakespeare s Much Ado About Nothing.
Based on actual events, a group of California teens take their fame obsession to new heights by tracking celebrity whereabouts via the Internet, and robbing their homes while they're gone. Opens June 21.
70 years into a horrific interstellar war, an exceptionally gifted child is given a specialized military training in hopes of preventing an alien invasion. Opens Nov. 1.
A celebrity party at James Franco's estate soon turns deadly for the assembled stars as they witness an evil bottomless pit and the beginning of the apocalypse. Opens June 12.
A failed playwright learns to cope with the rough transition as she goes from the 'Next Big Thing' to 'Last Year's News.' Opens July 19.
Documentary looks at three brothers from Detroit, whose innovative rock music broke expectations about Motor City music, and foretold the rise of punk years before it happened. Opens June 28.
The U.S. government recruits Machete to fight his way through Mexico, and take out an arms dealer who's attempting to launch his own space weapon. Opens Sept. 13.
News You Can't Use: If you've been putting off that trip to Washington, D.C., this fall is looking like a good time: The Newseum announced an exhibit dedicated to the 'Anchorman' film starring Will Ferrell will open in November. Morning Joe's Willie Geist has more.