Last year, Rebel Wilson hosted the awards with jokes about her flop film Cats and the royal family.
If you don't have time for a full movie, these are the best snackable Christmas specials to get your in the festive spirit.
Never one to shy away from a technical challenge, James Cameron wants Avatar viewers to fall in love with 3D and high frame rate.
Winnie The Pooh, the Grinch, Bambi are all getting horrifically family unfriendly movie makeovers thanks to a legal loophole that is a godsend for low budget filmmakers.
Waltz is clear that — unlike some previous versions of the tale — it’s not for youngsters.
A Spy Among Friends, the most high profile launch title for new UK streaming platform ITVX, retells the well-trodden story of the Cambridge Five.
‘How much weight are you going to lose?’ actors was asked
The actress was presented with the Sherry Lansing leadership award at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment event.
Could DC be hitting the reboot button? A sequel to 2020’s “Wonder Woman 1984” from director Patty Jenkins is not moving forward at Warner Bros., as new DC Studios chiefs James Gunn and Peter Safran prepare to unveil their strategy next week for the future of DC adaptations to Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav. […]
The Line of Duty star said watching the 1981 classic film Raiders of the Lost Ark was one of the first times he had appreciated ‘the power of cinema’.
The English actress stayed submerged for seven minutes and 15 seconds, while filming a scene for the highly anticipated blockbuster sequel.
‘There’s been some big things that have happened in my life this year’
‘How old do you think 35 is?’ one person asked
Depp’s trial against Heard was one of the most talked-about events of 2022
Lawsuit was filed in New York under the state’s one-year window for adults to make sexual abuse complaints
The star, 62, revealed in August 2021 that she had been diagnosed with lung cancer and had half of her left lung removed
The actor was awarded the honour for championing diversity in TV, film and beyond
The Suffolk County District Attorney said though the burglary scheme was “meticulously planned,” it resembled a “bad movie script”
Walt Disney’s nose for trouble was growing longer by the day. It was the summer of 1938 and the animator, fresh from revolutionising cinema the previous year with his first feature-length animation, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, was flat-out trying to save from the chopping block his adaptation of a grim Italian children’s novel.
The book was published exclusively for a competition and is signed by the author JK Rowling.