Live-action animation has become the most successful Chinese film of all time, according to the country's entertainment watchdog.
Arya Stark was no coddled child.
Victoria Wood, a British comedian who found humor in everyday life and blazed a trail for other female comics, has died. She was 62.
Disney's production line for the coming years will see the company doubling down on a strategy of dusting off animated classics for live-action remakes or reboots that has so far netted more than US$2 billion.
In his latest film to compete in the Cannes Film Festival, Spain's Pedro Almodovar has ditched the humor and quirkiness that marks much of his work to tell a dramatic mother-daughter story.
Israeli actress Ronit Elkabetz, who helped bring her country's films to the world and became a star in France, died on Tuesday aged 51 after battling cancer, her agent said.
Review: "Everybody Wants Some!!' is filmmaker Richard Linklater's self-portrait of the artist as a young frat boy. The Austin writer-director of "Slacker" and the "Before..." trilogy went to college on a baseball scholarship before segueing into playwriting.
Tom Hanks, great American, has been to some far-flung places in the service of Hollywood and country.
Everybody loved Doris Roberts.
With the real-life Boston Marathon underway Monday, Hollywood film crews took to the marathon finish line and Fenway Park to shoot scenes for competing movies about the deadly 2013 marathon attacks.