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From Avengers: Endgame to Toy Story 4 to Tarantino and beyond.

Screen time: Preparing you for a massive summer at the movies

April 25th, 2019

From Avengers: Endgame to Toy Story 4 to Tarantino and beyond.

  • Film

    The event’s 12th edition runs April 28 through May 4 at the Palms and Downtown’s Inspire Theater.

  • Film

    This year’s event features another packed lineup of short films, with more than 120 selections spread over 20-plus thematic programs and four days.

  • Fine Art

    The exhibit will feature new and previously displayed large-scale work, and will be staged in such a way as to take full advantage of the ...

  • Film

    Returning to the Palms, LVFF 2018 offers talked-about indie films shorts programs, animation, student films, parties and more.

  • Film

    Solo: A Star Wars Story opens Valleywide on May 25.

  • Film

    Movie screens are becoming more like TVs, and robots will serve you frozen yogurt.

  • Film

    From Avengers: Infinity War to Incredibles 2, we’ve got you covered during the big screen’s hottest season.

  • Film

    “After Rogue One, I have tremendous faith in Disney’s ability to make a prequel story compelling.”

  • Film

    A chunk of Donna Tartt’s 2013 best-selling novel The Goldfinch was set in Las Vegas. Now, the book is being turned into a Warner Bros. ...

  • Film

    A new season of Las Vegas’ own hit reality show will premiere at 9 p.m. March 30.

  • Film

    This year’s Nevada Women’s Film Festival feted talented women both in front of and behind the camera.

  • Film

    “I don’t think the church is going to excommunicate me, because that would be a PR nightmare.”

  • Film

    The film finds him purchasing a home in Gary, Indiana, that is the site of an alleged demon infestation.

  • Film

    Most of the movie’s cast is local, and veteran character actor Lorenzo Lamas plays a military general.

  • Film

    The people in charge are using their power for good.

  • Film

    “Every little kid wants to be a superhero, and my dream is to see superheroes that represent all.”

  • Film

    “There’s a lot of things that you can draw from the experience of just those quiet nights alone with your kid.”

  • Film

    T, Tonya, Call Me by Your Name and more.

  • Film

    Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which relocated for its 10th season, is the perfect show for right now.

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    To the Western Shoshone, most of Nevada isn’t Nevada. At least not in the current sense. More than 150 years after the first treaty between ...

  • Music

    There was little doubt Def Leppard’s new engagement at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater would be successful. The British band, newly inducted into the Rock and ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    After starting a successful stroller-rental business in Orlando this past year, Mark Ortenzo figured Las Vegas would be a good city for expansion. His business, ...

  • A&E

    "It starts out smooth and sophisticated, but by the end of the night you’re a little giddy on your feet."

  • NewsAllSports

    Since opening in April, the 10,000-seat, $150 million Downtown Summerlin ballpark has become one of the places to be—and to be seen—in the Vegas Valley. ...

  • Music

    Chvrches, Flying Lotus, Thundercat, Leon Bridges and more among initial artists announced for December 6-7 music gathering.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    It can’t be stressed enough that we need to watch out for our family members, including the furry ones, and keep an eye out to ...

  • Issues

    Almost all water used indoors in Southern Nevada is recycled, making outdoor water conservation a primary concern year-round. According to the Southern Nevada Water Authority, ...

  • MusicMandalay BayPsycho Las Vegas

    After three years at the Hard Rock Hotel, the event—built loosely around heavy, psychedelic and metallic music—makes the move to Las Vegas Boulevard, becoming the ...

  • Music

    ‘Golden Hour’ translates extremely well live, plus she brings levity to the stage.

  • Nightlife

    Ben Ruttner and James Patterson have been bringing delicious big-city vibes to the NoMad Pool this summer, and they’re back for another round on August ...

  • Dining

    The restaurant takes after the Chipotle model, in which your meal is prepared to order along an assembly line of fresh ingredients.

  • Nightlife

    The newest single is the infectious “Loco Contigo,” which opens with a megahook by J Balvin before an extra-elastic verse from Tyga.

  • Dining

    Opened by restaurateurs Chris Connors and Li Sun—who own Me Gusta Tacos, also at the District at Green Valley the new spot is a sunshine-filled ...

  • A&E

    “We’ll have weekends with a lineup of touring comedians, but for the most part, it will be bigger names that have played the Strip that ...

  • Dining

    Most food and beverage items are offered as a trio—flights of shrimp, ceviche, mac ’n’ cheese, dips and pita, and even salad.

  • MusicFeaturedPsycho Las Vegas

    “We’re working on a soundtrack for a show. It’s quite heavy, a lot of it. The thing we were working on today was more plaintive ...

  • MusicFeaturedPsycho Las Vegas

    Frontman Kevin Starrs says he’s looking forward to catching The Original Misfits and proggy Portland band Danava. “I think they’re the best hard rock band ...

  • A&E

    Young the Giant and Fitz and the Tantrums team up Downtown.