On the southern bank of the Thames, backed by London's iconic skyline, a rendezvous took place Tuesday night. The location was on this occasion no secret, as crowds engulfed BFI's Southbank. The…
Fifty-five years after "Giant" preemed, Carroll Baker gave New York Academy members the dirt on her late co-stars James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor and Rock Hudson.
Blessings and bullets filled the air at the Tuesday preem of Relativity's "Machine Gun Preacher" in Gotham.
Today is the deadline for filmmakers to submit documentary features to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for consideration in the 84th Academy Awards.
Financier-production company Indomitable Entertainment ("Soul Surfer") has established an inhouse branded entertainment division, to be headed by former Marvel Entertainment exec VP Russell Brown.
Entertainment Film Distributors has picked up U.K. rights to Michel Hazanavicus' black-and-white silent pic "The Artist."
From child star to Tony host, he's proved he can do it all.
When Neil Patrick Harris decided to come out to the world in 2006 and reveal that he is gay, and in a long-term relationship with fellow actor David Burtka, many wondered what effect it would have on…
Roman Polanski is returning to the Zurich Film Festival to pic up the lifetime achievement award that he was unable to accept in 2009 due to his arrest by Swiss police.
Big boys do cry, to hear Jay Duplass tell it – at least during the world premiere of his comedy-drama "Jeff, Who Lives at Home."
Helmer Kim Kyung-mook's "Stateless Things" more than confirms the promise he showed in his earlier, medium-length "Faceless Things."