Taiwanese film director Ang Lee speaks at a panel at the 54th New York Film Festival, Saturday.
Mixed reviews greeted Ang Lee's long anticipated "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" at the New York Film Festival on Friday night, casting further doubts over the promise of Hollywood's latest technological savior: high-frame rate filming.
Does this sound familiar? You want to stream a movie and end up spending most of your time clicking through a disorganized sea of options, most of which aren't especially good, anyhow.
Some of Hollywood's biggest stars honored British director Ridley Scott as he was handed the American Cinematique Award on Friday to mark an illustrious career spanning five decades.
Chris Rock is returning to stand-up on Netflix.
The bean counter cometh. In Gavin O'Connor's "The Accountant," starring Ben Affleck, the paper-pushing CPA -- roughly the exact opposite of Schwarzenegger or Stallone -- gets his shot at action hero stardom.
Justin Timberlake's desire to make a concert film could be traced directly back to when he saw Jonathan Demme's iconic 1984 Talking Heads concert film "Stop Making Sense."
A film production company was fined 1.6 million pounds ($1.95 million) on Wednesday over an accident on the set of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" that broke the leg of star Harrison Ford.
The original painting for the movie poster for "E.T. The Extraterrestrial" has sold for almost $400,000 at auction.
British actress Tilda Swinton and British actor Benedict Cumberbatch pose for photographers at a press conference to promote their latest movie "Doctor Strange" in Hong Kong, Thursday, Oct. 13.