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.
If the bandits in crime caper "Masterminds" seem too stupid to be real, don't blame the scriptwriters -- this outlandish comedy-of-errors is almost entirely true.
Arleen Weise was apprehensive when she learned Hollywood was making a movie about the offshore explosion that killed her son, Adam, and 10 other men aboard the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig.
A Bollywood biopic of Mahendra Singh Dhoni is to bring a tragic episode in the Indian cricket hero's life to movie screens -- the death of his first love.
The newest members of the film academy say the (hash)OscarsSoWhite crisis inspired them to seek membership.
Variety will host a conference of film executives and stars to discuss solutions to Hollywood's lagging record in diversity.
Movie stars don't open movies anymore? Tell that to Denzel Washington and Tom Hanks.
The BBC says former "Friends" star Matt LeBlanc has signed a two-series deal to host its popular car show "Top Gear."