Plans to hold 2006's World Pride celebration and march in Jerusalem are met with political and religious opposition in "Jerusalem Is Proud to Present."
An altar-bound Tori Spelling has good reason to suspect her fiance isn't the marrying type when his boyhood boyfriend crashes the wedding in "Kiss the Bride."
"Robot Chicken" joins the ranks this year (after earning a general animation Emmy in 2006) -- so yet again the Academy acknowledges a cutting-edge toon.
Director Michael Davis makes the transition from straight-to-DVD stinkers to the bigscreen in conspicuous fashion, with an action movie that is violent and vile in equal measure.
She's one of the year's first real Oscar contenders, which is no small feat considering how few Americans will recognize Marion Cotillard when they see "La Vie en rose."
People intuitively understand what directors, actors and cinematographers do, but not so much the job of an editor, says Thelma Schoonmaker. That's one of the reasons the three-time Oscar winner (her…
"They laughed when I came here," recalls Salma Hayek. "They said, 'You're never going to be an actress. You're Mexican,' " That was before her Oscar nomination (for playing the title role in…
Leslie Iwerks' "The Pixar Story" charts the company's rise to infinity and beyond, so to speak, and who better to chronicle the journey than the Oscar-nominated granddaughter of animation pioneer Ub…
Ten projects fans are most excited to see: Indiana Jones, Star Trek 11, Watchmen, The Dark Knight, Beowulf, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, I Am Legend, The Golden Compass, The Mist.
"Remember the Daze" demonstrates considerable promise on the part of its director.
It worked for Will Ferrell in "Anchorman" and "Talladega Nights": Devise a cocktail-napkin sketch of a character and hope the movie falls in place around it. But by the time "Hot Rod" reached the…