The question of "Where do babies come from?" has been answered, throughout movie history, with some unsavory characters. In the case of "Rosemary's Baby," a demonic neighbor was to blame. In "Knocked Up," it was Seth Rogen's doing. The truth can hurt.
Watchdog and activist groups are outraged by a Fox News Channel segment in which an interviewer asked people in New York's Chinatown if he was supposed to bow to greet them, if they were selling stolen goods and if they could "take care of North Korea for us."
Wax figures of James Bond actors, from left, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig, Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Pierce Brosnan are presented at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Berlin on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Since the release of "Battle of Hip Hopera" (終極舞班), by director Lo Sung-Chi (羅頌其), many questions have been hurled at the lead actor, Casper (儲曉祥), such as who he is and how he was cast in the role of the film's protagonist, Hsiang. As the only Chinese member of a South Korea-based boy band -- Cross Gene – a band that claims to bring forward exceptional genes from different nationalities, Casper falls nothing short of expectations.
The entire Harry Potter series is set to return to the big screen later this month.
In a box-office rarity, three acclaimed, original films from studios opened in theaters over the weekend.
Willie Velasquez isn't as well-known as other Latino activists like Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta and Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales.
The 54th New York Film Festival kicked off Friday under gray autumn skies, cloaked by an unusual degree of topicality.
Fall has officially just started, but there's still one more superhero flick sneaking in just before all the summer heat vanishes completely. But if you are looking for muscled torsos and capes, you'll be sadly disappointed.
Norman Lear, a show business legend and full-throated humanist, set out last spring to rent a modest apartment in the Bronx.