As hundreds of names scrolled up the screen after 2012's "The Avengers," moviegoers who remained glued to their seats for a taste of the next treat in Marvel's superhero universe didn't know one name was missing -- that of John Suttles, a truck driver who died helping make the $1.5 billion blockbuster.
A new documentary about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings chronicles the long road to recovery for many of the survivors still struggling with physical and emotional wounds.
TV producer Shonda Rhimes didn't get the president she wanted in the recent election, but she'll be receiving a special honor from the president she created at the International Emmy Awards Gala.
Ang Lee's ambitious wartime drama "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" tanked in its expansion from four to 1,176 theaters with a mere US$930,000.
The film unit of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and the British "Harry Potter" producer David Heyman announced Sunday that they will make a fantasy movie "Warriors" based on a book series about warring cats.
Thai movie star Jib, center, shares her travel experiences in Taiwan in a program produced by Taiwan's Tourism Bureau and the Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5 to attract more Thai tourists to visit Taiwan. The promotional film will be broadcast on the "Travel Note" program of the Thai TV company.
Julie Dash's 1991 film "Daughters of the Dust" was the first film directed by an African American woman to get a nationwide theatrical release.
Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky will become the first hockey player to lend his voice to "The Simpsons," when he appears in an episode set to air next month.
From the mystical land of Westeros to a galaxy far, far away -- British actress Emilia Clarke has been announced as the female lead in the "Star Wars" Han Solo spinoff.
It's starting to look a lot like the '50s at the movies.