Lists by IMDb-Editors
See which movies and TV shows our editorial team is excited about this month.
Check out some of the latest trailers, clips, and more uploaded on IMDb.
Watch the trailers for these new comedies, coming soon or currently in theaters.
Watch the trailers for these new dramatic films, coming soon or currently in theaters.
Watch trailers for this month's theatrical releases in the U.S. and the U.K.
IMDb is keeping track of which scripted series are renewed and canceled. Read on to learn the fates of your favorite shows. — Sara Bibel
We pay tribute to the stars we lost too soon this year.
This October you can fill your Watchlist with more than 80 TV premieres. Use the new and returning shows as inspiration for your Halloween costume. Our guide to this month's debuts will help you plan your viewing. —Sara Bibel
Watch trailers for this month's theatrical releases.
Learn more about your favorite stars' first moments on screen.
Watch the trailers for these new animated and family films, coming soon or currently in theaters.
Set your DVRs now. We are keeping you up to date on the Fall TV premiere dates for new and returning shows as they are announced.
See this week's new releases on DVD and Blu-ray.
Watch the trailers, clips and featurettes for upcoming TV shows
Check out the top-searched titles for movies that just released in the past month on Amazon Video.
Check out the newest trailers, clips, featurettes, and interviews from the latest series and movies from Amazon Studios.
We're keeping track of all of this season's broadcast, cable, and streaming renewals and cancellations. — Sara Bibel
"MacGyver" is back! Here's what you need to know about the reboot of the show about the secret agent who stops the bad guys with science. — Sara Bibel
Television boasts many characters who are the masters of their shows' universes. They run countries and companies. Some use their power for good, others for evil. We compiled a list of our picks for the 10 most powerful characters on current shows. Do you agree with our rankings? — Sara Bibel
The Fall 2016 TV season is already here, and you may need a reminder on where your favorite shows left off before you dive into the season. Here are brief recaps from 10 popular shows to get you up to speed. — Gina Carbone
There are countless child-friendly options out there, but when choosing the right show for your kids, it's all about quality over quantity. Check out some of IMDb's top-rated kid-friendly shows. While some are retro, these TV gems are funny, often educational, and — as an added bonus — entertaining enough for adults. Plus, they've been rated 8.0 and higher by parents like you. - Mehera Bonner
Learn more about the on-screen careers of your favorite actors and actresses from film and television.
Check out the titles getting the most love on Amazon Video this week.
IMDb Original Video for the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards
We've analyzed our data to see which Emmy-nominated shows and stars were trending on IMDb on the Sunday of the telecast, Sept. 18, 2016. Based on pageviews from 4 to 11 p.m. PST, here are the people who trended at the top for the longest period of time on IMDb. — Sara Bibel
IMDb Original Video Winner Interviews for the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards
Learn more about the breakthrough show from Amazon Studios.
Learn more about the acclaimed drama that posits what would happen if the Axis Powers were victorious in World War II.
This year's group of contenders includes many actors and actresses with prior Emmy nominations. Here's a look at those contenders in their first or early nominated roles and the roles for which they are nominated this year.
After 17 years, moviegoers will finally find out what happened to Heather Donahue in the deep, dark woods of central Maryland. A direct sequel to 'The Blair Witch Project,' 'Blair Witch' follows the exploits of James Donahaue and his group of college-age friends as they attempt to verify just how demonic the forest can be. Here are some things to know about the horror film. — Bret Federigan
These Emmy nominees, with the help of talented costume designers and makeup artists, made dramatic physical transformations for their roles. We've paired photos of them in real life with pictures of them in character. — Sara Bibel
If IMDb users chose the Emmy winners, which shows would win? We ranked the nominees in the Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Comedy Series, and Outstanding Miniseries categories by IMDb user rating to determine which shows are your favorites in each category, and what the overall favorite Emmy nominee is. — Sara Bibel
IMDb worked its magic to apparate onto the set of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the upcoming Harry Potter spin-off that launches a new trilogy set in J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world. Read on for exclusive interviews with the cast and creators as well as new pictures and teasers from the movie and beyond. — Chako Suzuki and Michael Rosser
It's a great time to be a superhero fan. With Marvel Cinematic Universe movies scheduled out until 2019 and WB ramping up with a string of Justice League and Suicide Squad character spin-offs, it's hard to keep track of every origin story or hero team-up headed our way. Check out our list of upcoming superhero movies and start marking your calendars. — V. Wesley
Marvel pulled out all the stops at its Hall H panel at Comic-Con, and fans were not at all disappointed. In fact, they may have been overwhelmed with the amount of huge reveals. Marvel unveiled a new logo and showed highlights from its upcoming slate of films, including Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man 2: Homecoming, and Thor: Ragnarok. Read on for the reveals from Saturday’s panel. — V. Wesley
IMDb sat down with Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne on the set of highly anticipated movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Below, Redmayne reveals details about what it was like working with J.K. Rowling, being newly minted in the wizarding world, and the new character he’s about to introduce to the world: Newt Scamander. — Chako Suzuki
Greg McLean, director of 'The Darkness,' shares his list of the top 10 horror movies of all time.
We crunched the numbers: Here's a countdown of the 26 highest-earning horror movie franchises according to unadjusted domestic box office gross.
Rocker Steven Tyler talked to IMDb about his role in the indie horror film 'Happy Birthday.'
Pamela Adlon is best known for playing the role of Pamela on "Louie," a show she also writes for, and being the voice of Bobby Hill on "King of the Hill." Now, she is the creator and star of the comedy "Better Things," which premieres Sept. 8 on FX. In the series, Adlon plays Sam Fox, a single mother who raises three daughters while attempting to keep her acting career afloat. Adlon spoke to IMDb about the challenges and rewards of telling such a personal story. —Sara Bibel
Check out some frightfully fun movies and TV shows.
IMDb's editors give you a rundown of what we most want to see this month on the big and small screen.
We're taking a look at the television series IMDb users are most eager to watch this fall. The following shows all have series premieres this season, and our rankings are based on traffic data to our IMDb series pages. — Bret Federigan
Join award-winning chef, restaurateur, and best-selling author Emeril Lagasse
as he embarks on a food-fueled global adventure with the world's most celebrated chefs.
The 2016-17 broadcast TV season officially launches on September 19. The whole month is chock full of premieres of new and returning series. Which shows will you add to your Watchlist? —Sara Bibel
Get up-to-the-minute release dates and watch the latest trailers in our 2016 Fall/Winter Movie Guide.
We turn a spotlight on five specialty releases that are on our radar this month.
The quintessential tough guy with weather-beaten features, Charles Bronson
boasted an impressive career that spanned four decades. Check out a list of his best movies according to IMDb user ratings.
'Sully' star Tom Hanks took over our Twitter account to answer fan questions about his upcoming movie.
IMDb chatted on Twitter with John Krasinski, where he answered fan questions about directing The Hollars, interning for Conan O'Brien, and what he really thinks about cheesecake.
There's no better way to celebrate the end of summer than with one last TV binge, and we're rounding up 10 of our favorite back-to-school shows to get you ready for September. These shows fully encapsulate the high school experience, are great picks for students and adults alike, and — in the case of "Boy Meets World" and "The Wonder Years" — might cause you to dust off your varsity jacket. Check them out below. - Mehera Bonner
The Olympians in Rio found their inspiration from the generations of athletes who came before them, sometimes from watching the films that delve deep into the stories behind the TV moments of glory. These 10 documentaries capture the range of personal and political dramas that have driven many of the world's most unlikely champions to Olympic heights. — Melissa Roth
The critics and the fans consider the shows the greatest (or among the worst) of their time. Emmy felt differently.
IMDb chatted on Twitter with 'Ghost Team' star Jon Heder, where he answered fan questions about his favorite films, acting inspirations, and surprising hidden talents.
Watch trailers for this month's theatrical releases.
Did you know that Gal Gadot almost made her superhero debut in a completely different cinematic universe? Get the scoop on the actress as she takes over the world as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. — Arno Kazarian
Last week, "Animal Kingdom" delivered a brutal plot twist that left viewers reeling. It was the sort of game changer that usually occurs at the end of a season. But like its lawbreaking characters, the show doesn't play by the rules. The Season 1 finale airs Wednesday, Aug. 10. Jake Weary, who plays the wild, secretive Deran Cody, talks to IMDb about the finale, his hopes for Season 2, and which classic movie reminds him of the Codys. —Sara Bibel
Many TV networks take a break from original programming during the Summer Games. That's why there is a relatively small number of series premiering this month. However, there are still enough scripted and reality series debuts to satisfy viewers looking for an alternative to sports. — Sara Bibel
Each year, the Oscars ceremony pays tribute to the many talents who were lost in the past year. We went looking for their IMDb profiles and photos to honor them here.
IMDb's editors give you a rundown of what we most want to see this month on the big and small screen.
IMDb's exclusive Comic-Con videos from the IMDboat
Watch the trailers for these new horror films and thrillers, coming soon or currently in theaters.
He may be starring in a summer blockbuster re-with the return of 'Jason Bourne,' but Matt Damon has plenty of indie films, TV series, and passion projects in the works. The actor-producer-dad has been a very busy man, alternating between roles in front of and behind the camera. See what he's up to post 'Bourne.'
We've compiled a list of the new and returning original streaming shows that will premiere in July.
IMDb unveiled its Top 10 Now app at Comic-Con, which showed how stars, TV shows, and movies were trending based on real-time IMDb traffic. Check out who made it all the way to the top during the 5-day event. The following is ranked in order of duration in the No. 1 spot.
See which movies and TV shows the IMDb editorial team cannot miss this month.
On the anniversary of the release of Kingpin
, we took a stroll down memory lane to unearth a few things you might have missed about this Farrelly Brothers classic.
Comic-Con 2016 was a whirlwind of casting news, surprise trailer drops, and cool fan experiences. We're counting down our 10 favorite takeaways from Comic-Con 2016.
It’s hard to believe that 30 years have passed since Sigourney Weaver first screamed at the threatening monster alien queen in Aliens. Writer/director James Cameron and producer Gale Ann Hurd reminisced about the blockbuster at a Comic-Con round table along with the film’s iconic cast members, including Sigourney Weaver, Lance Henriksen, Bill Paxton, Carrie Henn, and Paul Reiser. — Susan Hornik
IMDb's guide to the biggest and coolest events at Comic-Con.
Season 7 is delayed, but we went to the Comic-Con "Game of Thrones" panel to find out what will happen when winter finally comes. — Melissa Roth
In celebration of noted director Stanley Kubrick's birthday, we took a look back at all his titles as rated by IMDb users.
Enjoy the hotly anticipated videos and clips unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 right here on IMDb.
We've compiled a complete list of the film and TV panels at Comic-Con.
IMDb attended the Warner Bros. Panel at Comic-Con, where the studio showcased its upcoming slate of films: Wonder Woman, Justice League, The Lego Batman Movie, Skull Island, King Arthur, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Here are 6 things we learned at the panel. — V. Wesley
Fans of AMCs “The Walking Dead” waited in line for up to two days before packing into Comic-Con’s Hall H for the show's panel. They were rewarded with the Season 7 trailer of the popular zombie apocalypse drama. Here are the biggest reveals from the panel and trailer. — Susan Hornik
It was all sunshine and rainbows as Dreamworks Animation brought first-time SDCC attendees Justin Timberlake and Alec Baldwin to reveal never-before-seen extended footage of their upcoming films, Trolls and The Boss Baby. Here are six things we learned. — Susan Hornik
IMDb traveled to London to attend Star Wars Celebration Europe this July. There, we culled a few choice details about the as-yet-unnamed Episode VIII. Read on to discover what fans can expect when the movie hits theaters sometime late 2017. — Bret Federigan
There were lots of howling girls at the “Teen Wolf” Comic-Con panel, especially after the announcement that the much-loved series will be ending after Season 6. MTV revealed its trailer for the upcoming final season, which will premiere in November and go for another 20 episodes. Cast members Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Dylan Sprayberry, Cody Christian, and Khylin Rhambo were all on hand to console fans, along with executive producer and showrunner Jeff Davis.
"I know we're sad about it, and it's bittersweet. But we’re so happy to be able to come to Comic-Con and share it with you guys,” Davis said.
Still, there is a lot to look forward to this season. Here’s five things we learned at the panel. — Susan Hornik
Hello, friends! IMDb hacked the "Mr. Robot" press room. Here's what we learned about Season 2 from Rami Malek, Christian Slater, and the rest of the cast. — Sara Bibel
Did you know that Margot Robbie auditioned for the role of Sue Storm in Fantastic Four? Check out these seven things you might not know about the actress who plays Suicide Squad superbaddie Harley Quinn. — V. Wesley
As the summer TV season ends, Fall TV is just around the corner. Check out our list of summer season finales, including "Roadies", "Dead of Summer" and many more!
Check out the new titles scorching up the TV scene this summer.
When the much anticipated stand-alone and as-yet-untitled Han Solo film hits theaters in the spring of 2018, it's safe to say that Alden Ehrenreich, who was announced officially at Star Wars Celebration Europe as the star who'll play the iconic character, will have already become a household name. After all, the Star Wars franchise has a way of catapulting careers and making durable stars of its leading players. In the meantime, here's a little primer to help you get to know Alden Ehrenreich, the young actor set to wield that well-known vest and blaster and portray one of the big screen's more cherished characters. — Bret Federigan
Based on IMDb search data, these are the 10 characters that users found the most intriguing this year. How will the list change after San Diego Comic-Con ?
These films started out as comic books and ended up as blockbusters. Take a look at the 25 highest grossing comic book adaptations to date. How many have you seen?
IMDb attended Star Wars Celebration Europe in London to learn more about the upcoming standalone film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Read on for things we gathered from the Rogue One panel and from our interviews with the cast. — Bret Federigan
What's in store for the Ghostbusters star, one of the more bankable actors around? Here's a rundown of the projects on deck for Melissa McCarthy. — Arno Kazarian
The 2016 Primetime Emmy nominations were just announced, and there were plenty of snubs and surprises to go around. Which of the nominees in the hotly-contested "Outstanding Drama" category do you think should take home this year's Emmy?
The 2016 Emmy nominees took to Twitter to celebrate. Here are five of our favorite celebrity tweets.
Watch trailers for July's theatrical releases.
Grace Gummer has joined the cast of the second season of "Mr. Robot" as a series regular. Here are 6 things you need to know about this up-and-coming actress. — Michelle Nelson
We took a hard look at IMDb user behavior and crunched the numbers to determine the most popular television shows set in every state of the USA including the District of Columbia. Celebrate the Fourth of July with this television tour across the country.
We run down some choice facts about the late-night comedy star and host of the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards, which airs Sunday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC.
In honor of Woody Allen's newest feature film, Café Society, let's take a look back at the director's body of work as rated by IMDb users.
In summer 2015, IMDb visited the set of Suicide Squad, and aside from getting a glimpse at some seriously cool behind-the-scenes moments, we spoke to Margot Robbie, the actress behind Harley Quinn, about nabbing the role of a lifetime, being pushed to the limit by director David Ayer, and why Harley loves the Joker. — Mehera Bonner
Yes, "Game of Thrones" is idle again and "Penny Dreadful" just shocked us with a surprise series finale, but there's still plenty to watch this month. Check out this list of new and returning TV shows for July.
Learn more about the young star of Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming. — Sara Bibel
Only 26 films have reached the $1 billion mark, with Zootopia crossing the threshold in June. Take a look at the 26 top-grossing movies of all time.
Here are some of the indie, foreign, and documentary movies we want to see this month.
Named one of Asia's 25 greatest actors of all time by CNNGo, Chin Han has spent 20 years portraying memorable characters in theater, TV, and movies. He currently stars in Independence Day: Resurgence. IMDb caught up with actor to talk about playing Commander Jiang, the popularity of the Independence Day franchise, his work in The Dark Knight, and more. — Bret Federigan
In honor of Nicolas Winding Refn's latest film, The Neon Demon, we took a look back at the director's body of work as rated by IMDb users.
As we celebrate Pride Month, we look back at the many actors, movies, and U.S. television series that have contributed to acceptance and understanding of the LGBT community in popular culture.
Get the lowdown on Matthew McConaughey's next moves with our guide to the Oscar winner's upcoming movies. — Arno Kazarian
Take a look in the rearview mirror at some trivia for The Fast and the Furious as the movie celebrates its 15th anniversary. — Arno Kazarian
Get a look at the crop of acting talent hitting the small screen this summer.
The start of summer used to mean the end of new TV series. Now it's the beginning of a whole new TV season. We've compiled a list of the new and returning shows that will premiere in June.
Summer is a great time for movies. As the temperature rises, there is nothing like a cool theater to help you escape. Here is a list of summer titles we can't wait to see.
Get on the good side of the Cody family by learning a a bit more about each of its members and the actors who portray them. — Arno Kazarian
Fictional fathers are chock full of advice. From the inspirational and the hilarious to the just plain wrong, we've compiled 20 of our favorite pearls of wisdom from some of the most memorable film and television dads. Warning: Some of the advice is contradictory. We trust you to decide whether Atticus Finch or Darth Vader is a better role model before applying any of it to your own lives. — Sara Bibel
They're sensational and campy, and have fantastic titles: They're Lifetime Original Movies. In honor of the premiere of the new "Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?" we calculated the 10 most popular Lifetime films among IMDb users based on search data as of June 16, 2016. How many have you seen? — Sara Bibel
Many iconic films were released in 1996 including Fargo, Trainspotting, and Slingblade. Another film was released that year: Lifetime's "Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?" Since then, the TV movie has become a cult classic, thanks in large part to its frequent airings on Lifetime. In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the network commissioned a new version of the film. Conceived by actor/writer/director/graduate student James Franco, the film is neither a remake nor a sequel; it's about lesbian vampires. The biggest connection between the two films is Tori Spelling, who played the daughter in the original and the mother in the new film. The actress told IMDb what fans should know about the new "Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?" — Sara Bibel
With the Emmys upon us, we're taking a look at some of the first-time and under-the-radar nominees. Here are five things you might not know about the critically-acclaimed Amazon Original crime drama, "Bosch," which was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Title Design.
Although known primarily for their TV and film roles, these eight actors possess voices you may recognize from "Dragon Age," "Call of Duty," "Assassin's Creed," and more.
Get up-to-the-minute release dates and watch the latest trailers in our 2016 Summer Movie Preview!
Superheroes, super villains, and super reboots: Get ready for summer blockbuster season. We looked at IMDb site activity from the past year to see which summer movies generated the most interest. Check out our countdown of the top 10 based on our data. — Melissa Roth
In honor of the anniversary of one of the highest-grossing and most beloved movies of all time, we have compiled some choice tidbits about 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,' Steven Spielberg's timeless classic about a small boy, a gentle alien, and their heartwarming friendship. — Bret Federigan and Sara Bibel
Actor, activist, and social media star George Takei shares his list of great performers, films, and performances that highlight the LGBT experience.
IMDb Guest Editor Daniel Radcliffe (Now You See Me 2) shares his list of actors and directors who inspire him the most.
School's out! To mark a season full of caps, gowns, and celebrations, we've compiled some of our favorite advice from actual commencement speeches delivered by actors, actresses, producers ... and wisdom delivered by one fictional, very wealthy industrialist. Congratulations to all you graduates out there.
"Outcast" premieres Friday, June 3 on Cinemax. Based on a series of comic books written by Robert Kirkman, creator of "The Walking Dead," the horror drama aims to do for exorcisms and demon possession what "TWD" has done for zombies. Here are 6 things you need to know about "Outcast." — Sara Bibel
See which movies and TV shows the IMDb editorial team cannot miss this month.
As the series premiere of "Animal Kingdom" nears on TNT, get to know some truths about the show, its connections to a few other excellent TV programs, and its promise of serious psychological combat within the Cody family. — Arno Kazarian
We turn a spotlight on some of the indie, documentary, and foreign releases that are on our radar this month.
The major American broadcast networks announced their schedules for the 2016-17 television season. Here's a list of all of the new series.
Get to know a bit more about "Animal Kingdom" star Finn Cole.
Watch trailers for May 2016 theatrical releases.
Tom Pelphrey is one of the stars of the upcoming Marvel TV series "Iron Fist." While the actor is not yet a household name, he already has an impressive resume. Here are five things you need to know about the actor. — Sara Bibel
Jessica Stroup is best known for her roles on "90210" and "The Following," but in 2017 you'll know her as Joy Meachum on the latest Netflix Marvel series, "Iron Fist." Here are 6 things to know about the latest addition to the Marvel universe. — Vanessa Wesley
Patrick Stewart brought Charles Xavier to the big screen in X-Men (2000) and James McAvoy took on the role in X-Men: First Class (2011). Which Professor X is your favorite?
Ian McKellen first played Erik Lensherr/Magneto in X-Men (2000) and Michael Fassbender took on the role over a decade later in X-Men: First Class (2011). Which Magneto is your favorite?
In April, Pearl Mackie was cast as Bill, the newest Doctor's companion for Series 10 of "Doctor Who." BBC One announced the news by releasing a short clip that revealed a few tidbits about her character's relationship to the Doctor. However, most fans know little about Mackie herself. Here are five facts we uncovered about the actress. — Bret Federigan
Here's a look back at the most memorable baddies ever to stride across your "Star Trek" screens. — Lance Henderson
Take a look at the highest rated "Star Trek" episodes as ranked by IMDb fans. If your favorite episode from the original series isn't on the list, make sure to cast your vote today!
How well do you know your horror history? We're breaking down the genre's milestones by the numbers.
Who is Negan, really? And why should fans be on high alert? — Gina Carbone
Warning: "Walking Dead" comic book spoilers are referenced throughout.
We grew up with them. We listened to their advice. In some cases, we loved them almost as much as the women who gave birth to us. In other cases, they made us appreciate our real moms that much more. In honor of Mother's Day, here are some of our favorite lines from a few of the small screen's most unforgettable moms.
"Penny Dreadful," "Bloodline," and some of our other favorite TV shows return this month, and the summer movie season kicks into gear early with the release of Captain America: Civil War. Take a look at the IMDb editorial team's picks for May.
Here's a handy guide to the old and new returning characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens plus a look at some of the faces to expect in Episode VIII. Star Wars fans, take note: The following information has been taken from what we know from the movies and not the expanded universe.
The popularity of "Game of Thrones" has created a big demand for the show's actors. If you're looking for more of your favorite "Thrones" stars, check out some of their other films and series, available for streaming on Amazon Video.
Get to know more about Boyd Holbrook, the "Narcos" star who was just cast as the main villain in 'Wolverine 3.' Our favorite fact: A close encounter with Michael Shannon encouraged him to pursue acting. — Arno Kazarian
Each month we turn a spotlight on the indie films we most want to see. This May, a Star Wars documentary and the latest from writer/director Whit Stillman are at the top of our list.
May marks the end of the traditional broadcast television season. In the Peak TV era, a lot of shows are just getting started. See which new and returning shows premiere in May.
The thrilling midseason finale of "Vikings" aired last week, culminating in an epic longship battle that pitted the entire Lothbrok clan against one another, left many fates unknown, and ended with a time jump that surprised us all. IMDb talked with Katheryn Winnick, who plays shieldmaiden Jarl of Hedeby and fierce Viking raider Lagertha, about her devoted fan base, fighting on Viking longships, and what big changes lie ahead for Lagertha in the back half of Season 4. — Vanessa Wesley
Sometimes we want a little romance in our horror movies. So, we turn to gothic films — both the classics and their contemporaries — for a fix of dark, dreamy, but no less scary escape and entertainment. Here's a rundown of some of our favorite gothic horror movies. — Sharon Knolle
Demetri Martin's bittersweet directorial debut Dean, Craig Atkinson’s documentary look at police culture Do Not Resist, and Udi Aloni’s love story about Palestinian hip-hop artists Junction 48 earned the top jury awards at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. Check out the award winners in the major categories.
We pay tribute to Bea Arthur, who died on this day 7 years ago, with a list of the funny woman's favorite one-liners as both her iconic characters and herself in real life. Nobody delivers a zinger better. — Sara Bibel
We pay tribute to the stars we lost in 2016.
Although every day should be Earth Day, April 22 helps marshal attention toward the importance of protecting the planet. But you can also be entertained and inspired while becoming more informed about the environment. Here are 20 films to watch on Earth Day or on any day.
Watch some of your favorite horror films and TV series or discover new ones now on Amazon Video.
The Tribeca Film Festival runs from April 13 to 24, and though it has been overshadowed by films it's not showing (the controversial anti-vaccine doc, Vaxxed), there are more than enough worth seeing and pondering. Here's 10 to take in. — Keith Simanton
Warning: This article contains spoilers for "Outlander" Season 1 and teasers for Season 2.
Season 2 of "Outlander" is underway. The first season introduced Claire, a British nurse from the 1940s who travels back in time to Scotland in the 1700s and falls in love with the heroic Jamie. Season 2 features a new setting, new characters, and a new time-travel twist. IMDb spoke to the cast and showrunner at TV Guide's "Outlander" party in Los Angeles about the differences between Season 2 and Season 1. —Sara Bibel
It's been 15 years since Helen Fielding's bestselling novel "Bridget Jones's Diary" was adapted into a movie that was a hit on both sides of the pond. The ever-lovable, comically-flawed British singleton reappeared in a sequel four years later, Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason. This fall, her story continues with Bridget Jones's Baby. Find out which characters from the first two films are still in Bridget's life and catch up on the cast. — Melissa Roth
Depictions of vampires have long been a feature of popular culture. When it comes to the movies, the first on-screen vampire as we know it appeared in Nosferatu (1922). And since then, these mythical bloodsuckers have been constant sources of fascination for movie and TV audiences.
Horror fans have plenty of undead company to last all year long. Here's a look at some of our favorite on-screen vampires over the years. These icons will help you while away the long, spooky nights — whether you like your vamps classic and cloaked or bleached-blond. — Arno Kazarian
April 8 marks 50 years since the original "The Addams Family" TV series went off the air. Since 1966, several other "Addams Family" series and films have carried on the comically macabre family traditions. Take a walk through the many generations of the Addams Family. — Melissa Roth
Shop this list of Leonardo DiCaprio movies available from LOVEFiLM By Post.
We run down some interesting and important figures about past Academy Award winners and nominees.
Here are five specialty releases that we most want to see this month.
Our eagle-eyed users pay very close attention to the movies they watch. They notice the small errors that are an inevitable part of the filmmaking process. As culled from the Goofs section of our title pages, here are 10 of the glitches from films released in the past year that our users found the most interesting. Read on for some of our users' contributions.
In honor of April Fool's Day, we're revisiting our favorite movie pranks. We caution you to consider the consequences of some of these on-screen practical jokes before attempting any of them in real life. — Sara Bibel
April is a big month for fans of science fiction and fantasy. Returning series include IMDb Users' top show of 2015, "Game of Thrones," "Outlander," and "Fear the Walking Dead." Take a look at our list of the month's TV premieres.
What has us excited this April? The return of "Game of Thrones" and "Fear the Walking Dead," for sure! On the big screen, Everybody Wants Some!! and Hardcore Henry are on our list. Read on for our complete list of picks.
IMDb maintains a chart of the Top 250 movies as rated by users like yourself. We asked IMDb Staff to pick the films they wish were on the list right now. Check out some of the picks. Do any of your favorites match those on this list?
Unlike their characters who are grappling with the onset of the zombie apocalypse, the cast of "Fear the Walking Dead" has only one thing to fear: revealing too much about the sure-to-be-jaw-dropping secrets of the upcoming second season, lest they suddenly find themselves among the shambling infected. But during the PaleyFest tribute to AMC's horror sensation, IMDb coaxed a few choice teases from the series' band of survivors (so far). — Scott Huver
In honor of Easter, we've rounded up clever movie "Easter eggs," those blink-and-you'll-miss-them props, references, cameos, and inside jokes that directors drop in for eagle-eyed fans. Here are 23 of our all-time favorites. — Melissa Roth
It's been 13 years since Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away was released in the U.S. Did you know that the animated film was put into wide release in the U.S. on March 28, 2003 — mere days after it won the Best Animated Feature Oscar? Read on for more top trivia about the Hayao Miyazaki classic movie. — Arno Kazarian
Horror films have existed from the early stages of cinematic history, reflecting the need for movie audiences to be intrigued, shocked, and terrified. Here is our countdown of the top 25 horror films made in the last 25 years, ranked according to all-time average user ratings. — Bret Federigan
Which of these deep-plunging dresses rocked it best?
"Fear the Walking Dead" Season 2 premieres Sunday, April 10, on AMC. If you missed the first season of "The Walking Dead" spin-off, you can catch up with the new Season 1 Special Edition DVD. Showrunner Dave Erickson told IMDb what fans can learn from the DVD commentary and revealed a few tantalizing tidbits about Season 2. — Sara Bibel
Take a look back at the cast and find out what they've been up to since the show's finale. — Melissa Roth
From the emotional journey of the members of the Hickory High School basketball team to an animated pairing of Michael Jordan and some familiar Looney Tunes faces, we run down some of our favorite hoops-themed films to enjoy in the middle of March Madness and throughout the rest of the year. — Bret Federigan
What has us excited this March? The mysterious sorta-sequel 10 Cloverfield Lane for starters, as well as Terrence Malick's Knight of Cups and Season 2 of "Daredevil." Read on for our complete list of picks.
Actor Charlie Cox didn't need the enhanced super-senses of Matt Murdock to recognize that, with the heavy artillery addition of the Punisher into the grim, gritty world of Marvel and Netflix's "Daredevil," the second season of the streaming series was going to be even more explosive than ever. Cox gives IMDb a preview of the showdown between superheroes. — Scott Huver
With so much being thrown at Kara Danvers in her dual lives as a superhero and a personal assistant, just how super will Supergirl need to be to survive her first season of television? — Scott Huver
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Here are six specialty releases that we most want to see this month.
In celebration of International Women's Day, we've compiled the top 100 movies as rated by women on IMDb. Do you agree with the results? Is The Shawshank Redemption your top ranked movie? Log in to IMDb to rate these movies and add your vote!
In celebration of International Women's Day, we've compiled the top 100 TV shows as rated by women on IMDb. Do you agree with the results? Is "Band of Brothers" your top ranked show? Log in to IMDb to rate these shows and add your vote!