Trailers for "The Hangover: Part 2" are being pulled from theaters for violating an MPAA rule stating that films can only trailer before similarly rated movies.
Shubert Organization chairman Philip J. Smith and playwright Athol Fugard are set to receive special Tony Awards for lifetime achievement at this year's ceremony.
Google was put on the spot Wednesday at a congressional hearing on online piracy, as lawmakers pressed the company on why its search engine continues give top results to unauthorized content such as…
Indian actress Sujatha died April 6 in Chennai, India, following a heart attack. She was 58.
It's not just the menacing grind of Gareth Fry's vaguely industrial soundscape that gives "Wastwater" its looming air of apprehension.
One more time, Britney Spears arrives at the top of the pops, as her new album "Femme Fatale" debuts at No. 1 on the U.S. chart.
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has bought U.S. rights to helmer-scribe Joe Cornish's "Attack the Block" with studio's genre label Screen Gems set to distribute theatrically Stateside.
Work occupies a recognizable but limiting middle ground, too tied to its source to explore its own milieu.
William Fichtner is in final negotiations to re-team with his "Contact" co-star Jodie Foster in Neill Blomkamp's sci-fi epic "Elysium."
Sound re-recording mixer Bill Varney, a two-time Academy Award winner and four-time nominee, died Saturday, April 2 in Fairhope, Ala., from complications of congestive heart failure. He was 77.