"Iron Man 2" isn't as much fun as its predecessor, but by the time the smoke clears, it'll do.
For four fun days, the TCM Classic Film Festival made Hollywood feel like a small town again.
Girls just want to have fun, and God help anyone who rains on their parade.
"Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno " was bestowed the Colcoa Critics Award.
Stuntman and actor Michael Gene Adams died April 18 in Newhall, Calif., after suffering a stroke. He was 60.
Lionsgate has picked up domestic distribution rights to Matthew McConaughey legal thriller "The Lincoln Lawyer," based on Michael Connelly's best-selling tome.
Sean Astin and Cheri Oteri are toplining independent comedy "And They're Off," set in the world of thoroughbred horse racing.
Reliance BIG Pictures will rollout Bollywood pic "Kites" day and date internationally on May 21. That will be followed a week later by an English-lingo "Kites: The Remix," recut by Brett Ratner.
"Letters to Juliet" is curiously sexless (the PG rating says it all).
Tenpercentery has hired talk-circuit maven Theresa Brown to head up its lectures division.
The Sundance Institute has selected 13 projects for its annual Directors and Screenwriters Lab taking place June 1-25 at the Sundance Resort in Utah.