“Don’t worry, we don’t do gotcha journalism here, or any kind of journalism, really,” executive producer of “Money Monster,” Patty Fenn (Julia Roberts) assures the chief communications officer of a
A hacker who Bloomberg Businessweek reported manipulated elections throughout Latin America for almost a decade has been moved from the protective custody of Colombian prosecutors and sent back to a general population prison, which has his family worried for his safety.
When TV newsman Howard Beale said “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not gonna take it anymore” in the 1976 satirical drama “Network,” it struck a nerve with the American public. Now, 40 years later, “Money Monster” is taking dead aim at that same nerve.
Veteran actor Giancarlo Esposito opens up about his career and the state of the world in a new interview for his new film, Money Monster.
I’m up for a good tarring of the corporate class as much as any pinko member of the lamestream media, but even I have my limits, and “Money Monster” runs over those limits with the ...
Money Monster continues where movies like The Wolf of Wall Street and The Big Short left off.