The lauded actress will join previously announced honorees Jeff Skoll and David Linde at the revamped festival kickoff event.
Making a homophobic joke about "Brokeback Mountain" did not fly for the late Oscar winner.
Like Michael Myers himself, the "Halloween" franchise just can't be killed. But director Green will finally hang up the mask.
Actress Valerie Harper beat lung cancer in 2009, but in 2013, she was given only three months to ...
Venice's programming head defended the lack of women directors in this year's lineup, but there's a big flaw to his logic.
The connection between "Birds of Prey" and a bit Tarantino wrote for "Pulp Fiction" is uncanny.
Thanks to Tarantino's new film, we return to Tinseltown in a loving, nostalgic, 50-year time capsule. Here's how they did it.
It's "Gotti" all over again in this thriller starring Travolta as an obsessed superfan.
From the Sony Hack to the WGA strike, from the rise of Netflix to the death of the Dark Universe, these film stories defined the 2010s.
Criterion promises a landmark set featuring all 15 films of the Japanese monster series' original Showa era.
Quentin Tarantino's new film may not break records, but it could prove that original films still have a place among summer blockbusters.
The film, which vied for the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2019, will be released by Oscilloscope Laboratories on September 6.
Edelman talks about two new intriguing projects, his not-always-easy transition to scripted narrative, and the turmoil at ESPN post-'OJ.'
Exclusive: Quincy Rose's latest is the most meticulously planned break-up movie you'll ever see.
The authoritarian country says the acclaimed filmmaker's work amounts to propaganda against the state.
A$AP Rocky and two members of his entourage were charged by a Swedish prosecutor on July 25 and will remain in prison in the country until trials are held.
The long-awaited "Zombieland" sequel arrives in theaters one decade after the original became a cult favorite.
The actress is eyeing making her directorial debut with the project, which follows notorious Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco.
Valerie Harper's husband says he will not follow doctors' advice to put his wife in hospice care.
The historical drama from "Una" director Benedict Andrews will world premiere out of competition at the Venice Film Festival.