Michael Parks, a prolific character actor who found early fame in 1960s countercultural roles and later became a favorite of directors including Quentin Tarantino and Kevin Smith, has died.
The fiancee of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez says she thought his suicide was a hoax.
Zhang Yimou says the disappointing U.S. performance of the biggest budget China-U.S. co-production to date, "The Great Wall," may have been down to a weak story, but he hopes other filmmakers won't be put off from attempting such ambitious Hollywood-Chinese collaboration.
HBO says it's green-lighted a movie about Herve Villechaize.
NBC is giving the nod to a new sitcom starring Glenn Howerton of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
Warner Bros. released the official full-length trailer for long-anticipated sci-fi sequel "Blade Runner 2049" on Monday at an event in Los Angeles with stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" rocketed to an estimated US$145 million debut in North America, kicking off Hollywood's summer movie season with something the movie business has been craving: a sequel more successful than the original.
Nostalgic horror sensation "Stranger Things" and Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" shared the spoils Sunday at the MTV Movie and TV Awards, expanded and renamed this year to include television.
Forty-two years after he stepped into the ring against Muhammad Ali as a 40-to-1 underdog, Chuck Wepner's business card still has a picture of the moment when he knocked down the champ.
"Their Finest" is a movie about making a movie, specifically a glossy propaganda film meant to bolster morale in Britain in the darkest days of the Second World War. It is also very much a movie-movie. Good-looking, finely acted, and well-told, director Lone Scherfig ("An Education") has made a charming, witty and romantic gem. It is "Shakespeare in Love" in World War II.