Leonardo DiCaprio's dad, George, is in the new Paul Thomas Anderson movie, Licorice Pizza, and there's a wild story about how his role came to be.
Paul Thomas Anderson's coming-of-age romantic comedy Licorice Pizza is one of the strongest awards contenders of the season.
A young woman, sitting alone in her apartment, goes online to order a pizza. In 2020, it's the most common of occurrences — 25 years ago, it was a character-defining personality trait, and maybe even a groundbreaking moment of film. In 1995's The Net, celebrating its 25th anniversary today, visiting www.pizza.net is one of the first things we see shy yet brilliant hacker Angela Bennett (Sandra Bullock) do on screen, as she settles in for another night sheltered from the outside world by her many computer screens, unaware that she is about to trip headfirst into …
In case you hadn’t heard, filmmakers Joe and Anthony Russo have been hosting a weekly web series called Russo Bros Pizza Film School, in which the two blockbuster directors of Avengers: Endgame sit down with guests to discuss classic films while enjoying some pizza from local pizzerias. Over the past few weeks, the directors have featured a wide variety of films, including John Frankenheimer’s espionage thriller Ronin and Sam Raimi’s ghoulish horror breakout The Evil Dead. This week, the Russos and Endgame screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely welcome extremely special guest Mark Hamill to discuss The …
Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 1 episode 9 "Sal's Pizza" saw Jake becoming unexpectedly emotional investigating arson at a pizza restaurant.
The latest California DMV regulations mean Golden State residents might soon get their groceries and pizzas delivered by an autonomous vehicle.
The Pizza Planet truck has become one of Pixar's most recognized and hidden Easter Eggs. Here is a look at its many appearances and where to spot it!
Two Guys, A Girl And A Pizza Place lets fans decide the ending of season 4 thanks to an internet vote, which became the show's official ending.
Iconic horror brand Fangoria re-launched last year, and the resurrected and thoroughly reinvigorated label wasted no time getting into film production with on-brand titles like Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich and this year's standout genre doc Horror Noir. Next up is the bloody and bonkers cult movie throwback Satanic Panic, which debuted at Overlook Film Festival earlier this year before being scooped up by RLJE Films. The theatrical feature debut from Chelsea Stardust (All That We Destroy) follows a pizza delivery girl named Sam (Haley Griffith) on the shift from, or maybe to, hell. Strapped for cash …