President Barack Obama and his wife have paid tribute to the late DJ Frankie Knuckles, calling him a trailblazer. They said that Knuckles would be dearly missed but that his spirit would remain a guiding … More »Obamas Honour 'Trailblazer' Frankie Knuckles
So everyone's been calling it The Hobbit: There and Back Again' for a long, long time now. According to information from a 'reliable' source theonering.net has revealed that New Line Cinema have registered … More »The Hobbit: There and Back Again to change its name?
She might look glamorous when she struts the red carpet, but perhaps you won't want to get too close to Cameron Diaz - as she hasn't used antiperspirant for 20 years! More »Cameron Diaz hasn't used antiperspirant for 20 years
LONDON — Twenty-four up-and-coming European producers have been selected to take part in European Film Promotion’s networking platform Producers on the Move at the Cannes Film Festival. The event, which … More »CANNES: European Film Promotion Unveils 24 Participants
HBO has entered into a multiyear pact with Amazon.com that makes the e-commerce company’s Prime Instant Video the exclusive online-based subscription VOD service to offer past seasons of the premium cabler’s … More »HBO Cuts Exclusive Licensing Deal with Amazon
FremantleMedia is turning thousands of fan-uploaded YouTube clips of “American Idol” — and dozens of other shows it produces — into cash. In a partnership pairing two corporate cousins, TV production firm … More »FremantleMedia Claims Rights to YouTube User-Uploaded Clips
One of the few criticisms about 'The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug' are that it cut the Mirkwood scene, of the dwarves trying to make it through, short. However photos from the movie of Bombur being carried … More »Unexplained 'The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug' scene featuring Bombur and Mirkwood
Stephen Colbert has appeared on CBS' Late Show for the first time since it was announced he would be taking over from current host David Letterman. Introducing his successor, Letterman, who has hosted … More »Colbert 'Thrilled' To Get Letterman's TV Job
Fan fiction brings out the best in some, so when artist Cherie Potter shared her love for all things Disney (and Pixar), it felt only natural to share her depictions of 'Frozen's' Olaf the snowman as various … More »Frozen's Olaf Gets Disney Princess Makeover
AOL is now playing in the movie biz. The Internet media company inked a deal with Miramax to deliver a selection of its full-length films to U.S. users, available to watch for free (with ads) across a … More »AOL Launches Free Streaming Movies in Pact with Miramax
Justin Bieber has apologised after posting a photograph online of a visit to a controversial Japanese shrine which honours war criminals. The Canadian pop star is in Tokyo on holiday with his mother, … More »Justin Bieber Sorry After Japanese Shrine Visit
Newly uncovered shots from the maligned prequels highlight the trilogy’s practical effects. More »Star Wars Set Photos Show Prequels Used A Lot Less CGI Than You Thought
For many, it would be a dream come true to appear in the movie adaptation of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' and now it seems that German fans are in with a chance of seeing themselves up on the big screen … More »Berlin fans to be extras in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay?
LONDON — Pro-Russian militiamen in Eastern Ukraine have abducted American journalist Simon Ostrovsky, who works for the U.S.-based news channel Vice News. Ostrovsky is being held in Slavyansk by a group … More »Pro-Russia Militiamen Abduct U.S. Journalist in Eastern Ukraine: Report
Cannes Film Festival Competition title Jimmy’s Hall is expected to be the last narrative feature from veteran helmer Ken Loach. This year will mark British director’s 12th time in Competition. He won the … More »Hot Cannes Trailer: Ken Loach’s ‘Jimmy’s Hall’