An unspecified number of F-22 stealth fighter jets arrived in South Korea on Sunday, Mar. 31, 2013. According to the Wall Street Journal, the aircraft flew from Kadena air base, in Okinawa, Japan, to Osan, South Korea to take part in Exercise Eagle Foal.
Celebrities gathered at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood Wednesday night for the premiere of Walt Disney Pictures' highly anticipated "Iron Man 3," opening in theaters May 3. Gwyneth Paltrow, who plays Pepper Potts in the Marvel franchise, stunned in an Antonio Berardi dress that covered her front ...
A group of Canadian neuroscientists says they have successfully used an episode of the suspenseful Alfred Hitchcock Presents television series to record the conscious experiences of a patient who has been in a vegetative state for 16 years.
The researchers at Western University in London, Ont., released a paper Monday about a brain scanning technique that monitors the response of non-responsive patients to a shortened version of the episode, Bang! You’re Dead.
More than 17 years after he was shot outside a Vancouver movie theatre, Roger Manhas often still wakes up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat, reliving the frightening incident.
The May 1997 shooting happened after he and his wife were confronted by two men arriving late at the theatre and demanding the couple’s seats.
He and his wife left the premises only for him to be shot in the buttocks and leg by Ninderjit Singh, who held the gun to Manhas’ head before fleeing the scene.
WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla. — An argument over texting in a Florida movie theatre Monday triggered a retired Tampa police captain to fatally shoot a man sitting in front of him, as about 25 horrified moviegoers looked on, sheriff’s officials said.
“Somebody throws popcorn. I’m not sure who threw the popcorn,” said Charles Cummings, who, as a birthday treat, was about to watch the movie “Lone Survivor” at The Grove 16 Theater.
“And then bang, he was shot.”
AURORA, Colo. — One survivor had to pause on his way into the theatre and pray. Another braced for flashbacks as he entered the auditorium where 12 people died and dozens were injured during a massacre six months earlier. Others refused to come, viewing the reopening of the multiplex as insensitive.
The former Century 16, now renovated and renamed the Century Aurora, opened its doors to victims of the July 20 attack on Thursday night with a somber remembrance ceremony and a special showing of “The Hobbit.”
Alfred Hitchcock's "Vertigo" has been named the greatest movie of all time, knocking long-time favorite Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" off the top of a once-in-a-decade survey of critics from around the world.