Matt Singer is the managing editor and film critic of the website ScreenCrush.com. For five years, he was the on-air host of IFC News on the Independent Film Channel, hosting coverage of film festivals and red carpets around the world. He’s been a frequent contributor to the television shows CBS This Morning Saturday and Ebert Presents At the Movies, and his writing has also appeared in print and online at The Village Voice, The Dissolve, and Indiewire.
‘The Meg’ Director Jon Turteltaub Reveals the Most and Least Scientifically Accurate Parts…
(Apparently this movie about Jason Statham fighting a giant prehistoric shark is not a documentary.)
‘The Meg’ Review: Perhaps the Greatest Film Ever Made About Jason Statham Stabbing a Giant…
This really might be the best movie ever made about Jason Statham doing battle with a prehistoric giant shark. (Maybe. There might be others we’re forgetting.)
A Prequel to ‘The Sandlot’ Is in Development
“You’re killing me prior to the earlier time you were killing me Smalls!”
The Disney-Fox Merger Is Official
Shareholders approved the sale of Fox’s movie and TV assets to Disney, which could have huge repercussions throughout Hollywood.
‘Frasier’ May Return to TV to Toss Salads and Scramble Eggs For a New Generation
Grammer is reportedly mulling a reboot of the beloved ‘Cheers’ spinoff.
President Trump’s Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Was Destroyed
A man wielding a pick axe bashed the star to pieces and then turned himself into the police.
You Can Party at the House From ‘Scream’ (And Get a Call From Ghostface)
Some hardcore fans are throwing an epic party this fall at the original location from the classic ’90s horror film - complete with calls from Ghostface.
The ‘Aquaman’ Trailer Rises From the Depths of Comic-Con
The King of the Seven Seas finally gets his own movie. Watch the first trailer now!
Weekend Box Office: ‘Hotel Transylvania 3’ Topples ‘Skyscraper’
The Rock was no match for Count Dracula and his pals, who easily won the weekend box office.
There’s Just One Blockbuster Video Left in the Entire Country
After the closings of two Alaska Blockbusters, one lone holdout in Oregon is the final vestige of a big part of movie culture.