Godzilla is back in its homeland of Japan after a 12-year absence, still breathing fire and mercilessly stomping everything in its way.
The sit-com is a little like "I Love Lucy," starring a comic housewife who gets into shenanigans and bickers with her husband. Except children play all the roles.
Between the return of Matt Damon as super spy "Jason Bourne," the promise of laughing along with a few fed-up ladies in the raunchy comedy "Bad Moms" and the dark internet thriller "Nerve," all of which had strong debuts, there was something new for everyone in theaters this weekend.
Nas, one of music's most revered lyricists and story tellers, is taking his talents into filmmaking.
French filmmaker Luc Besson has been ordered to pay Hollywood's self-styled "Master of Horror" John Carpenter nearly half a million dollars for plagiarizing his classic 1981 movie "Escape from New York," court documents revealed Friday.
Actress Bryce Dallas Howard poses for a portrait while promoting her new film "Pete's Dragon" in Toronto on Thursday, July 28.
Actor turned radio talk show host Jerry Doyle, who found fame on sci-fi series "Babylon 5," has died at the age of 60, his family announced on Thursday.
Two reunions make "Black Panther" an especially personal chapter in the Marvel cinematic universe.
This image released by Lionsgate shows Emma Roberts in a scene from the thriller, "Nerve." The film, based on the 2012 Jeanne Ryan novel, "Nerve," is an app-based game that's all the rage among the kids. You can choose to be a "player" or a "watcher."
Jason Bourne, as played by Matt Damon across four movies, is forever disappearing off the grid only to reluctantly resurface years later and again menace the CIA. He's the spy who came in from the cold only to return to the cold, come in again, and, yet again, head back to the cold.