The 2015 MTV Movie Awards brought out a slew of stars including host Amy Schumer, Miles Teller and Scarlett Johansson. who was joined by her “Avengers” castmates at the annual show. Variety chatted…
“Dancing With The Stars” returns with its 20th season on March 16, and ABC revealed the latest slew of celebrity contestants Tuesday morning, live on “Good Morning America.” 12 stars will be…
Willow Shields ("The Hunger Games"), Karl Urban and Leehom Wang have come on board family adventure "The Wonder 3-D" with Ron Underwood directing.
Artist Andy Warhol is at the center of "Conversations With Andy," a new indie film from Narrator Entertainment that will star Ty Simpkins ("Insidious"), David Mazouz ("Touch") and Willow Shields…
Past alumni include Taylor Lautner, Elle Fanning, Jennifer Lawrence, Justin Bieber, Emma Watson, more. . .
Ever since replacing Discovery Kids last October, youth-oriented cabler The Hub has been on a steady rise.
When Willow Shields heard about the opportunity to audition for Primrose Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" she was only halfway through reading Suzanne Collins' young adult bestseller, but she already…
The first novel in Suzanne Collins' bestselling trilogy is a futuristic fight-to-the-death thriller driven by pure survival instinct, but the creative equivalent of that go-for-broke impulse is…
Willow Shields has been cast as Primrose Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" for Lionsgate.
Matt Damon's buddies lined up to "fete him as he's never been feted before."
Having struck out a few years ago with puppet sitcom "Greg the Bunny," producer Steven Levitan returns with what might be called "Pam the (Playboy) Bunny." Frankly, the show has just two major…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- Oscars: With Historic ‘Moonlight’ Win, the Academy Embraces Empathy Over Escapism
- Oscar-Winner Casey Affleck Calls Denzel Washington ‘One of the First People Who Taught Me How to Act’
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History