After Two Long Weeks, Liam Neeson Un-Retires From Action Movies
The star of ‘Taken’ and ‘The Grey’ has no plans to stop beating up people and animals and the occasional inanimate object any time soon.
Lynda Carter Would Like James Cameron to Stop ‘Dissing’ Wonder Woman
The original wondrous woman took to Facebook to share some fightin’ words with the outspoken director.
You Die in the Jungle, You Die for Real in Latest ‘Jumanji’ Trailer
Everyone just wants to escape with their lives and return to their original bodies in the new remake.
Matthew Broderick to Voice Grown-Up Ralphie in ‘A Christmas Story’ TV Musical
He’ll play the narrator looking back on his boyhood years in Fox’s broadcast.
Jeff Goldblum Delights French Festival Audiences, Teases New Project
The star gave the down-low on ‘The Mountain,’ a “metaphorical critique of the American psyche.”
Steven Spielberg’s Pentagon Papers Movie Now Titled ‘The Post’
The newly announced title nods to the Washington Post, the newspaper instrumental in denouncing Vietnam.
A New ‘Iraqi Sniper’ Movie Aims to Be Anti-War Response to ‘American Sniper’
Mustafa, the unseen sniper villain of the 2014 film, would be the hero this time around.
Hollywood Rallies Support for Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort
Sandra Bullock, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Kevin Hart are just a few of the celebrities opening their wallets to help their fellow human beings.
Will Ferrell Will Play ‘The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out a Window and Disappeared’
The Oscar-winning Swedish film tracks the fantastic life of one retirement home escapee.
A Huge Survey of Critics Picked the 100 Greatest Comedies of All Time
The BFI polled 253 critics and the official funniest movie in cinema history is...