Saturday, May 4, 2013
“Iron Man 3” is expected to launch America's summer blockbuster season with a bang this weekend, having already taken global box offices by storm, industry analysts say.
William Friedkin, the U.S. film director who scared up a fright with “The Exorcist” and set pulses racing with thriller “The French Connection” in the 1970s, will get a lifetime achievement award from the Venice Film Festival, organizers said on Thursday.
Steven Spielberg has his sights set on his next project, a movie about former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, who is considered to be the deadliest sniper in U.S. military history.
Monday, April 29, 2013
In the new translation of “Star Wars,” Darth Vader is Luke's bizhe'e.
One hundred years after the screening of a black-and-white silent film, India's brash, song-and-dance-laden Bollywood film industry celebrates its centenary later this week.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Forty-five films into his Oscar-winning career, Colin Firth worries about the same thing a lot of people who've held the same job forever fret over — burnout.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
For a week in May, YouTube will turn into the biggest open mic on the planet. On Thursday, the Google Inc.-owned site will announce the YouTube Comedy Week, a seven-day cyber extravaganza designed to showcase some of the best comedy across its expansive video platform. From May 19-25, YouTube will be overrun with punch lines, sketches, stand-up routines and — hopefully — a lot of laughs.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Movie fans slipped into “Oblivion” as the Tom Cruise science-fiction thriller led Hollywood with a US$38.2 million debut, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
NBC said Friday that it's pulling an episode of its serial killer drama “Hannibal” out of sensitivity to recent violence, including the Boston bombings.
The end of the world once again comes to Hollywood's big screens this summer, with movies ranging from big-budget action adventures to indie comedies putting their twist on the apocalypse.