Martin Shore's documentary following numerous generations of musician from the Memphis and Mississippi Delta area. The film features Snoop Dogg, Terrence Howard, William Bell, Mavis Staples and Otis Clay and many more.
Exclusive first look at Margaret Brown's documentary examining the 2010 oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico that killed 11 workers. The film is set to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival on March 9.
"This was quite evident early on that this was something, personally special to me, very special," says Pitt. "I love this film." Pitt also praises director Steve McQueen for his unique way of film making and getting the movie shot in just over thirty days.
The fourth film in the horror franchise narrowly took the top spot with $26.2 million, followed by the Liam Neeson-starring action sequel at $25.3 million; "Argo" opened in eight markets to $1.2 million. READ MORE
THR's Justin Lowe wrote with the horror series' latest installment, the franchise remains "rudimentary, with the narrative and character backstories representing more of a sketch than a fully realized vision." READ MORE
The fourth outing in the microbudgeted Halloween franchise is pacing 43 percent behind the third installment in North America; Ben Affleck's "Argo" impresses in its second Friday, earning a stellar $5.1 million to come in No. 2. READ MORE