Amazon Prime's new series 'Hunters' has been accused of historical inaccuracies by the Auschwitz Memorial over a scene in which prisoners are forced to play 'death chess'.
Al Pacino stumbled on the steps leading to the Royal Albert Hall, and the 79-year-old star of 'The Irishman' had to be helped to his feet.
Scarlett Johansson has landed herself among some rarified company in Hollywood history, after being nominated for two Oscars in the same year.
The viewing figures for The Irishman have been released, and the gangster epic proved to be a huge hit with Netflix subscribers.
You may have heard – perhaps through the all-consuming social media commentary over the weekend – that Martin Scorsese's latest mob opus is now on Netflix.
At three and a half hours long, watching 'The Irishman' on Netflix in one stint is a tough ask. Here's when it's safe to pause for a break.
Martin Scorsese's mob epic 'The Irishman' is wowing critics ahead of its arrival on Netflix later this year.
In what could be his best movie since Goodfellas, solid reviews are piling up for Martin Scorsese's new movie The Irishman.
The Irishman has been heaped with praise, with Martin Scorsese, Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino's work in particular being lauded.
Robert DeNiro's VFX transformation in Martin Scorsese's forthcoming mob movie The Irishman has been revealed in new pictures from Netflix.
The actor says De Niro's dislike began when they appeared in 1987's 'Angel Heart' together.
The Christmas party scene, in which De Niro's Jimmy Conway chastises his fellow mobsters for spending money on flashy items – and demands they all get taken back – was re-shot in August 2015.
The runtime for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman has been revealed and – cushions at the ready – it will be his longest ever movie at a stunning three-and-a-half hours.
De Niro, Pacino, Pesci and Keitel will all feature in the forthcoming gangster epic.
Just when you thought Quentin Tarantino's new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood couldn't cope with another A-lister, the director has now thrown Al Pacino into the mix.
The audience at a Tribeca Film Festival Q&A booed when Michelle Pfeiffer was asked how much she weighed to play drug addict Elvira, but they cheered when Al Pacino uttered Tony Montana's most famous line.