As the days get hotter, the box office heats up too. This summer kicks off with "Captain America: Civil War." Find out what Stars and Stripes staff are excited to see, reviews, trailers, movie times on installations and more.
“Captain America: Civil War” star Chris Evans isn’t worried about superhero fatigue at the cineplex. The actor, who dons Captain America’s mask and shield a fifth time for the latest Marvel movie, says the studio knows how to satisfy its fans.
If January is Hollywood's season for mercy killings of disposable box office bombs, summer is when studios spawn squadrons of sequels, remakes and adaptations. The industry churns them out as if movies based on original stories would be trampled by audiences racing to recycled blockbusters.
Getting excited about the summer movie season? Stripes staffers are, too. Here are a few of the movies we’re waiting to watch. To find out more about the movies ahead this summer, check out Diversions on May 1.
Congress voted in 2014 to create this park, and park service leaders describe it as a chance to explore history that not only shaped the end of World War II but also the advance of science and at least half a century of geopolitics.
They were little more than skeletons clad in rags, skin stretched over bone. The scars they bore told the story of some of Japan’s most brutal World War II prison camps: Formosa — or modern-day Taiwan.