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Gillian Anderson has wowed critics with her turn as Blanche DuBois in a London stage revival of A Streetcar Named Desire.
Filmmaker Noel Black has died at the age of 77.
Actress Eva Green is in talks to reteam with Tim Burton for the big screen adaptation of Ransom Riggs' popular novel Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
Michael Bay's Transformers: Age Of Extinction is breaking new ground in China after becoming the first movie ever to cross the $300 million (£176.5 million) mark at the nation's box office.
Organisers behind Croatia's Pula Film Festival were forced to pull a picture out of competition on Saturday (26Jul14) after discovering moviemakers had breached copyright laws by using songs by David Bowie and The Doors without permission.
Watchmen star Patrick Wilson has dealt the producers of new Marvel film Ant-Man another blow by exiting the project.
A teen sex abuse case brought against moviemaker Bryan Singer by an unnamed British actor has been dismissed.
Comic book legend Stan Lee has pulled out of plans to attend this weekend's (25-27Jul14) San Diego Comic-Con event after falling ill with laryngitis.
Plus, Batsuits, assembling the Avengers and some seriously dedicated fans.
This movie might teach us about love and sex, but it won't teach us much about the interview process.
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When reporter Joseph Galloway (Barry Pepper) lands on the battlefield, Lt. Colonel Harold Moore (Mel Gibson) is cordial but less than excited to meet him. It doesn't take long, though, until Moore realizes--amid the bullets flying and troops dying all around him--the reporter may be one of the only sane sites on the field.
Preview of "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow." In Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, set in 1939 New York, reporter Polly Perkins notices that the world's scientists are disappearing. She teams up with a pilot to track down a mad scientist and foil his plot to take over the world. Directed by Kerry Conran, it stars
Clouseau (Peter Sellars) goes missing, a a reporter (Joanna Lumley) attempts to memorialize the clumsy crime fighter, and his nemesis Dreyfus (Herbert Lon) can't stop laughing! In this clip, the Inspector arrives home to encounter a most disapproving neighbor.
The red carpet may not be down at the Shrine Theater just yet, but we're taking a look at how the stars are getting prepared for the big night. Our intrepid reporter chats outside the Shrine with In Touch magazine's senior editor and Hollywood trends columnist Bobbie Thomas about what to expect at Sunday's Emmys! Reported by Scott Huver Video by Ken Kwok Edited by Shane Miller
Interviews with the cast of "Life or Something Like It." Angelina Jolie plays a TV news reporter with blonde ambition whose demise is predicted by a homeless man (Tony Shalhoub) who seems to be able to forecast more than just the weather. Ed Burns is a tough-talking cameraman whom she thinks is playing a practical jo
Hollywood.com's own Scott Huver wants to be the next James Bond. Does he have what it takes? When our reporter showed up at the press day for the new Bond film Die Another Day, whispers were flying. Why in the world is this guy wearing a tux? But he had a very good reason. He wanted to find out from Halle Berry and Pierce Brosnan if he has what it takes to be Bond when Brosnan hangs up his gadgets for good. The answer is in our video segment. Rep
The 25 movies that started trends and gave us looks with staying power.
Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.