It's starting to look a lot like the '50s at the movies.
Kathryn Bigelow's virtual-reality debut will premiere at next year's Tribeca Film Festival.
A veteran producer is the newly elected chief executive of the Television Academy.
Xenophobia. Prejudice. Oppression. Who's up for a little escapism at the multiplex? J.K. Rowling, embarking on her new, post-Potter blockbuster franchise with "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," has said herself that her screenplay, which she began several years ago, was informed by world events -- particularly, she noted, .....
"Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" is not a war movie in the traditional sense. There are battle scenes, and brothers in arms banter, sure, but like its pioneering technology, on a pure story level "Billy Lynn's" also pushes the boundaries of what we can expect from this genre.
The "Duck Dynasty" family says its A&E series will end after this season.
Megyn Kelly said Tuesday she didn't want to reveal much about President-elect Donald Trump's treatment of her in the past year so as to not be accused of trying to tip the election, but now believes it's important for people to know the story in case the new administration is hostile to the press.
William Shatner's bumpy flight. Burgess Meredith's smashed eyeglasses. The fateful misinterpretation of the phrase "to serve man." Even after a half-century, these memes can still deliver a jolt of recognition.
A man whose homicide conviction was overturned in a case profiled in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" could be celebrating Thanksgiving at home with his family in Wisconsin after a judge on Monday ordered that he be released from prison.
The devotion Kenichi Matsuyama gave to portraying a shogi prodigy who lived a fearlessly single-minded life is clear in the months he spent practicing placing the pawns in the Japanese board game, immersing himself in the master's selfless view on death and gorging to gain weight.