Morgan Freeman, the velvet-voiced doyen of some of America's best-loved movies, not to mention one of the suavest actors in the business, sometimes lets his cool crown slip.
On the evening before the premiere, we sat down with the director and three lead actors from the recent rom-com "At Café 6" (六弄咖啡館). Directed by Neal Wu (吳子雲), also the author of the book from which the film was adapted, the film features Dong Zijian (董子健) and Cherry Ngan (顏卓靈) as high school lovebirds accompanied by their best friends, played by Austin Lin (林柏宏) and Ouyang Nini (歐陽妮妮). As the story unfolds, the young lovers are forced to face the brutal reality of distance as they set off for university in different cities. How are you feeling about today's premiere? Do you feel more nervous or excited?
Actress Melissa Roxburgh attends a special screening of "Star Trek Beyond" at the Crosby Street Hotel in New York, Monday, July 18.
Taiwanese actor Leon Dai (戴立忍) was replaced in a film directed by mainland Chinese actress Zhao Wei (趙薇) after he failed to clarify his political stance, the film's production team said Friday.
There's a secret about children that Steven Spielberg, Melissa Mathison and Roald Dahl have always known -- that no matter how innocent, kids are as capable of understanding darkness as adults, and sometimes even more so.
With her cut-glass cheekbones, porcelain skin and cascading flaxen locks, it is hard to imagine a better choice to play Tarzan's love interest than Australian actress Margot Robbie.
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.
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.
He's a much-lauded Academy Award-winning performer and his Hannibal Lecter is one of the all-time great movie villains.
A twisted rape thriller by "Basic Instinct" director Paul Verhoeven drew rave reviews Saturday in Cannes, where it was one of two films about a woman trying to pry back control from her attacker.