Jennifer Lawrence has set up a number of new projects in recent months, including a collaboration with the filmmaker behind 'The Big Short'.
Writer Suzanne Collins has released a first look at the prequel novel in her Hunger Games series, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.
Lionsgate and Suzanne Collins have announced the prequel book will come in 2020, which is set 64 years before the beginning of 'The Hunger Games'
Dark Phoenix writer and director Simon Kinberg has opened up about its underwhelming performance at the box office.
Too many studio franchises are trying to correct its male-dominated history by scoring woke points that don't add up.
The first trailer for the next chapter in the X-Men series has been unveiled, revealing that fans are going to have to deal with the loss of a major character.
A new lawsuit accusing Weinstein of sexual assault claims that the producer said Lawrence won her Oscar thanks to an affair with him.
The hacker who broke into more than 200 iCloud accounts, including those of a host of Hollywood stars and then leaked personal photos has been jailed for eight months.
The classic saying goes “you should never meet your heroes” and more often than not that is the case.More than a few Hollywood stars are not as nice as their onscreen characters and prefer not to have their personal space invaded by strangers, no matter how many times you watched their last movie at the cinema.However, there are just as many famous people who don’t actually mind taking a selfie or signing an autograph so here are 18 stars you might want to say hello to, or avoid, next time you see them out and about.READ MOREWill Marvel address Hank Pym’s dark past?Cavill thinks M:I6 could land him Bond roleHotel Artemis director paid for props on his credit card
Movie stars don’t shine as brightly as they did a decade ago. In the 1990s and early aughts, the likes of Julia Roberts, Will Smith, Tom Hanks and Jim Carrey routinely commanded salaries of $20 million for every film they anchored, plus enjoyed substantial profit participation from the first ticket sold at the box office. […]
The sale of the bankrupt Weinstein Company, the production company run by Harvey Weinstein and his brother Bob, has hit a snag.
Meryl Streep has slated the lawyers representing Harvey Weinstein for using her name in defending him from a class action lawsuit.