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Portman finally puts an end to "Lucy in the Sky" diapergate.
Now starring in TV's "On Becoming a God in Central Florida," Kirsten Dunst is having a moment. But was she ever really not?
Crowe was a journalist for Rolling Stone in the 1970s, but wrote this article that ultimately inspired the film in 1996.
AppleTV+ says it doesn't want to face the same theatrical struggles as Netflix — but what does the alternative look like?
The wife of "Shark Tank" star Kevin O'Leary was charged for carelessly operating a vessel after a boating ...
If you're in LA or San Francisco, head to your local Alamo Drafthouse to taste the "Bong Joon Hops."
Martin Scorsese's ambitious epic is a pure, unbridled illustration of what has made his filmmaking voice so distinctive for nearly 50 years.
Warner Bros. will only allow photographers on the scene at the TCL Chinese Theatre, where "Joker" finally debuts on Saturday night.
10 miles from his house, "5B" co-director Dan Krauss found an incredible story, preserved "like an insect in amber, for over 30 years."
Steven Zaillian's adaptation includes a number of wild claims, but Scorsese chose to kill a big incident that was "arguably" true.
Robert Garrison, who played Tommy in "The Karate Kid" and its sequel, has died at age 59, according ...
The 19-year-old daughter of actress Felicity Huffman will be allowed to take another SAT test after her mother ...
Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight issued a viral Twitter response following the House Democrat-led impeachment inquiry into President ...
As with last year's The Mule, Warner Bros. will push a late-breaking Eastwood picture into the 2019 awards season.
Scorsese's long-in-the-works gangster epic finally was unveiled at the New York Film Festival.
Tom Holland has the best reaction to the news he will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a third "Spider-Man" movie.
The grandson of rapper Snoop Dogg died in the hospital about 10 days after he was born. The ...
The "Spider-Man: Far From Home" sequel will open in theaters nationwide in July 2021.
The black and white drama, ranked 36th on the most recent Sight and Sound poll of the greatest films ever made, will screen at NYFF.
The announcement that Kevin Feige is developing a "Star Wars" movie came with news that he also has a star in mind to join the franchise.