That's an alright, alright, alright way to get around town.
The Austin-based theater chain that makes national headlines for kicking out talkers and texters wants the Attorney General to know that there are no exceptions.
A Ted Cruz reference on True Blood apparently stuck in the Senator's craw.
The pirate-shirted Internet sensation who once offered $1,500 to anyone who could get him a date with a woman who would meet his absurd, insulting, sexist standards apparently can't make good on that offer right now.
The unlikely cultural hit out of Austin is taking its show to the web.
The Texas troubadour pays tribute to Jackson Browne with a soulful take on one of Browne's biggest hits.
Not that it wasn't a busy spring, winter, and fall before that. The guy pretty much works all the time.
Richard Linklater on Boyhood, Bernie, and the disappearing indie landscape.
Forty years later, I still can’t forget sitting in a darkened theater to watch “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” with the movie’s leading man.
The Austin-based filmmaker preps the release of his 17th and most ambitious movie with a pitch-perfect trailer.
It's been a busy year for Robert Rodriguez, and it's not getting any slower with the upcoming release of the next film in the Sin City franchise.
The two-minute preview of the film depicts a heartbreaking homecoming.
He can't be in the run-off, but Matthew McConaughey is launching a write-in candidacy for Texas Agriculture Commissioner.
The fictional burger chain from the shared universe of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino makes its appearance in the From Dusk Till Dawn TV series—and gets a preview here.
The complicated world of film incentives has resulted in an unfortunate lawsuit surrounding the financing of Machete Kills.
If the film's Courtesan au Chocolat looked delicious to you, feel free to try to make one.
Who better to produce a show skewering California tech culture than someone from Austin, which is currently overrun with those people?
SXSW attendees lined up in unprecendented numbers to see the Texas-bred filmmaker's screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel and extended Q&A at the Paramount Theater.
The fan-revived cult TV series—made by part-time Austinite Rob Thomas—finally found its audience.
Over the past twenty years, from his outpost in Texas, Robert Rodriguez has quietly revolutionized the movie business. What happens when he gets his own TV network?
The mall is a flat circle, at which one can buy McConaughey's "just keep livin" line of menswear at Dillard's.
"Revenge porn"—the public sharing of nude photos of someone on the Internet without their permission—isn't yet illegal in Texas. And after a Houston woman was awarded $500,000 in damages after her ex-boyfriend posted videos and images she gave him to YouTube and elsewhere, it's worth asking if it needs to
The beleaguered theme park strikes back at its critics with a series of videos—but given their attendance, did they need to?
The two multi-billion dollar corporations have both spent a fortune in the quest to declare themselves the Marco Polo of ultra-fast Internet in Austin, but the company that planted the flag is San Marcos-based Grande Communications.
Texas at the Oscars.
The struggling Plano-based department store chain was trying to advertise mittens.
The Stephen F. Austin grad and Austin native landed Heisenberg himself for the lead role in his 13-minute amateur short.
Not having to deal with Quentin Tarantino's on-screen presence is a more-than-fair trade off for seeing someone other than George Clooney as Seth Gecko.
At SXSW, because ninety percent of the entertainment news you read over the next two months will involve the letters "SXSW."
Don't worry, though, the ratings were so bad that it's basically DOA.
Yesterday, Peter Berg—the guy responsible for the screen adaptations of Friday Night Lights—revealed that the beloved TV series would not add a big-screen coda, as the long-discussed project had been officially benched. Here's why that's great news.
The fictional ‘Pulp Fiction’ Hawaiian burger joint has taken over the Stallion Grill on Airport Boulevard and there's a whole bunch of film equipment outside.
New reports surfaced that "Preacher," a comic cult favorite, may be developed by the cable network. If it is succesfully brought to a television audience, it could spark a national dialogue about what it means to be from Texas.
Will Cormac McCarthy’s films tarnish his literary reputation?
It's about a race car driver in 1955 Italy, and—spoiler alert—it stars Jason Schwartzman.
To help launch his forthcoming cable network, Robert Rodriguez is blowing up his cult classic film into a ten-part television series—but unsurprisingly, original From Dusk Till Dawn star George Clooney isn't reprising his leading role. Here's who the series has cast instead.
As the trailer to his new movie proves, only Wes Anderson could make a movie this Wes Anderson-y.
Matthew McConaughey plays a bigoted man dying of AIDS in Dallas Buyers Club—and proves once again that he should be taken seriously.
Machete Kills, the second installment of Robert Rodriguez's over-the-top action franchise set on the border, opens today. Thankfully, it's not a documentary.
Barbie Thomas lost her arms when she was two years old but that didn't stop her from becoming a professional bodybuilder.
"Ain’t Them Bodies Saints" is a Texas film in many ways—the setting, the story, the director, and two producers—yet there wasn't enough incentive to get the filmmakers to shoot the film in their home state.
Longview’s Forest Whitaker is having the sort of year that should put him in the Hollywood elite once and for all.
Thought winning an Oscar would make Sandra Bullock take chances? Think again.
In his next film, "Mud," Austin filmmaker Jeff Nichols tackles the novel that Hemingway once called the source of all modern American literature.
When Texas Monthly created a list of the ten best movies about Texas, they chose to not include documentaries. What gives? So now, just in time for SXSW, a list that applauds the films about the true stories of Texas.
The former Disney star busts a very R-rated move.
The Texas actor pays tribute to a fellow Hill Country native.
Why has almost nobody had a chance to appreciate the UT alum's Oscar-worthy turn in the delightful domestic farce "If I Were You"?
Has Richard Linklater just completed the greatest trilogy in film history?