The comeback tale of "The Dressmaker" director Jocelyn Moorhouse is a Hollywood story in its own right.
In combat boots, satin thongs and matching nipple tassels, the burlesque girls of the apocalypse celebrate the end of the world deep in the merciless dust of the Mojave Desert.
Before starting an interview, Aidan Turner checks that he won't be a bother.
Stand-up comic and TV star Jerrod Carmichael is now set to be an author.
Directed by Lo Sung-Chi (羅頌其), "Battle of Hip Hopera" (終極舞班) begins by introducing five high-school friends -- including lead male actor Xiang (阿翔), played by Casper (儲曉祥) -- who all belong to a dance crew that competes individually and as a group.
Comic Samantha Bee insists she's a Jimmy Fallon fan. But she said Wednesday that her caustic attack this week on Fallon's now-infamous hair mussing appearance with Donald Trump came because she'd had it with the "continued normalization of deplorable."
Former child star Linda Blair frightened the wits out of a generation of moviegoers as the possessed pre-teen with a penchant for projectile vomiting in iconic horror movie "The Exorcist."
The filmmaker Mira Nair was familiar with the regal grace of Lupita Nyong'o long before most.
In films, women and girls are much more likely to take off their clothes than male actors and to be scantily clad in the first place, studies show. Less than a third of speaking characters are female and men outnumber women behind the camera by a ratio of five to one.
Fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" made television history at the 68th Emmys on Sunday, becoming the most decorated fictional show since the awards began nearly seven decades ago.