Saturday, December 7, 2013
Morgan Freeman, who played Nelson Mandela in the Oscar-nominated film “Invictus” after being chosen by the icon himself as his favored actor, hailed the late South African leader Thursday as a “giant” of the 20th century.
The yellow jumpsuit worn onscreen by martial arts legend Bruce Lee in the movie “Game of Death,” his final film, has sold at a Hong Kong auction for US$100,000.
Violence has long been a staple of U.S. cable television shows, but most producers have been coy about sex — until recently, when an explosion of explicit content flooded the small screen.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
After animal-awareness documentary “Twelve Nights” received popular feedback from viewers all over Taiwan, producer Giddens Ko (九把刀) cautioned people to avoid being tricked into making donations to false fundraisers in the name of the film.
Television viewers in Bismarck, North Dakota, were treated to some real class this weekend when none other than the great Ron Burgundy read them the news.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” blazed at the top of the North American weekend box office for a second week, earning US$74.5 million in ticket sales, industry estimates showed Sunday.
New Zealand's national airline unveiled a giant image Monday of the dragon Smaug on one of its planes to celebrate the premiere of the second movie in the Hobbit trilogy.
Monday, December 2, 2013
Say goodbye to breathless intrigue and dramatic twists: “Slow TV” is attracting record audiences in Norway, with hours, even days, devoted to knitting, fishing and panoramic landscapes.
Peter Kaplan, the former editor of The New York Observer who hired a then-unknown Candace Bushnell to write a column called “Sex and the City,” has died. He was 59.
Sunday, December 1, 2013
Action film “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” led the North American box office with ticket sales of US$35.6 million over the first two days of the long U.S. Thanksgiving weekend that began on Wednesday, while Disney's animated “Frozen,” sold a hefty US$26.3 million.