Actress Elle Fanning participates in AOL's BUILD Speaker Series to discuss the film "The Neon Demon" at AOL Studios in New York, Wednesday, June 22.
Wonder Woman has signed on to play the president on "Supergirl."
The forgetful blue fish of "Finding Dory" is box office gold.
"Cheers Live on Stage" is a comedy based on some of the most memorable moments of the celebrated TV show's first season. It will feature retired Red Sox pitcher and shameless lothario Sam Malone, pretentious waitress Diane Chambers, rotund barfly Norm Peterson, and the rest of the regulars when it debuts in September in Boston.
A new film about the French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel casts him as a bright provincial lad swept up in a whirlwind of ambition and corporate greed.
Critically acclaimed Chinese director Jia Zhangke says he will make a virtual reality film next year with a romantic story as he and viewers get used to the new medium, and declared: "I think VR is going to be the next big thing."
The Pixar sequel "Finding Dory" took in US$9.2 million in Thursday previews, a record for an animated film.
Hollywood has been clamoring to capture Cuba's colorful charm since a thaw in frosty Cold War relations, but the islanders say the boom comes with their own underfunded film industry in crisis.
Turner Classic Movies, that bastion of black-and-white, holds a unique place on the dial and in the hearts of cinephiles. In a continuous, commercial-free stream, much of the history of Hollywood is on view, 24/7, for sampling and binging -- an uncorrupted corner of celluloid obsession that flickers day and night with Buster Keaton shorts, Robert Ryan series and Ernst Lubitsch marathons.
He is the God of Gore, the Sultan of Splatter, the Emperor of Entrails -- and the brains behind some of the most iconic blood and guts set-pieces in film history.