The creator of the iconic music from "Superman," "Star Wars," and "Jaws" was honored Thursday by the American Film Institute.
Millennials are often labeled the "Peter Pan" generation, the kids who refuse to grow up.
Be prepared to fork over a lot more Hamiltons to see the Broadway smash "Hamilton." Producers have pushed the top premium seat price up to a record US$849.
He's not a trained actor, but Turkish businessman Serdar Ali Abet hopes his television debut -- and a mix of cliff-hangers, melodrama and lavish sets -- can win fans across the Arab world and help revive Turkey's moribund tourist industry.
The horror sequel is a tough thing to pull off in general The Conjuring 2' is most certainly one of the better efforts
If "The Conjuring" was a chilling whisper, the sequel is a deafening shriek. That might not be a bad thing for some, but the shock jumps and cheesy-looking demons in "The Conjuring 2" were a definite departure from the first, and not necessarily for the better.
It's hard not to have a few biases going into "The Angry Birds Movie." In the most cynical view of what gets made in Hollywood, an addictive app might just be at the bottom of the pile, languishing there in suspicious squalor with movies adapted from board games and amusement park rides.
Theresa Saldana, the "Raging Bull" actress who survived a stalker's brutal attack to become a crime victims' advocate and reclaimed her entertainment career with "The Commish" and other TV shows, has died. She was 61.
Filmmaker Duncan Jones spoke emotionally Monday about how his rock legend father David Bowie would have been proud of his new movie "Warcraft" at its worldwide premiere in Los Angeles.
Set against the backdrop of Nepal's deadly Maoist insurgency, "Kalo Pothi" (The Black Hen) opened to packed theaters in Kathmandu at the weekend, signaling a growing fondness for gritty domestic cinema over Bollywood extravaganzas.
"Bridesmaids" was supposed to change the game for the female-driven comedy. But each new movie is still treated like a beta test for the genre and the next unwitting subjects are "Ghostbusters," out July 15, and "Bad Moms," out July 29. Isn't it supposed to be summer?