Caroline Aherne, a sharp-witted writer and star of the bittersweet working-class comedy "The Royle Family," has died from cancer at 52, her publicist announced Saturday.
Italian actor Bud Spencer, who starred in a string of spaghetti Westerns, died on Monday in Rome aged 86, his family confirmed.
"Bridesmaids" was supposed to change the game for the female-driven comedy. But each new movie is still treated like a beta test for the genre and the next unwitting subjects are "Ghostbusters," out July 15, and "Bad Moms," out July 29. Isn't it supposed to be summer?
A story that starts out with money-collecting and ends up collecting much more in life.
Director Mingzheng Huang on new film Two Idiots and creating a movie about the small characters in life.
Both Presley and Nixon are such larger-than-life characters that any actor playing them seems likely to teeter on the precipice of mimicry.
Live-action animation has become the most successful Chinese film of all time, according to the country's entertainment watchdog.
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.
At the Friars Club tribute for Jerry Lewis' 90th birthday, many of the jokes were not about Jerry Lewis.
Garry Shandling, who as an actor and comedian masterminded a brand of self-inflicted phony docudrama with "The Larry Sanders Show," has died of an apparent heart attack.