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French actress Audrey Tautou's hit 2006 movie Hors De Prix is getting an English-language makeover.
He is teaming up with Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant for a comedy with side effects.
Actor Jason Momoa is in talks to join the cast of the Man Of Steel sequel, according to a U.S. report.
Cyndi Lauper's third annual charity concert in New York got off to a painful start on Saturday (07Dec13) when singer Pink battled through sound problems as she kicked off the fundraiser.
Producers behind the 2015 Terminator reboot are teaming up to develop a TV series in conjunction with the release of the films.
One of the original child stars of movie classic The Sound Of Music was left "mystified and disappointed" by Carrie Underwood's performance in a live TV production of the hit musical following its U.S. broadcast on Thursday night (05Dec13).
A copyright infringement lawsuit surrounding Jay Z's hit song Big Pimpin' is set to rumble on into 2014 after a California judge refused to dismiss the six-year case.
Movie-maker Martin Scorsese will be feted by the Art Directors Guild (ADG) next year (14) as he is handed the Cinematic Imagery Award.
David Magee, who helped bring Yann Martel's Life Of Pi to the big screen, has signed up to adapt the fourth Chronicles of Narnia book for a new movie.
Leonardo DiCaprio found himself with extra time to prepare for a pivotal speech in his new movie The Wolf Of Wall Street after he fell ill on the day he was supposed to shoot the scene.
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.
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.
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
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
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
Interviews with the cast of "Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights." Hollywood.com reporter Scott Huver visits the home of Whitey and Eleanor to chat with the cast of Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights. Star Adam Sandler also reveals how animation allowed him to be portrayed as the youthful stallion he once was. Interview by Scott Huver
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