Hours before actor Alec Baldwin fatally shot a cinematographer on the New Mexico set of “Rust” with a prop gun, a half-dozen camera crew workers walked off the set to protest working conditions.
The great Hollywood film composer David Raksin said it: “None of my music should ever be played for the first time, since it only confuses people.”
Universal and Blumhouse's slasher film "Halloween Kills" led ticket sales at the North American box office with an estimated 50.35 million U.S. dollars in its opening weekend, according to studio figures collected by measurement firm Comscore.
If you head over to Wikipedia to remind yourself of why the financial services firm known (technically) as Lehman Brothers Holdings collapsed into the largest bankruptcy in American history in 2008, impacting everything from the value of your house to the security of your job, you’re greeted by a bold-faced warning.
Your favorite television guilty pleasure is back and just as deranged as ever.
The second time around may also be the charm for Anthony Hopkins.
In 2018, horror mogul Jason Blum revived one of the longest-running horror franchises, “Halloween,” inviting filmmaker David Gordon Green to take a spin through Haddonfield.
Michael Keaton stars in the new Hulu film “Dopesick” out Wednesday playing a physician who sees firsthand just how devastating the effects of OxyContin are on his patients and community.
Matthew McConaughey hasn’t ruled out running for governor of Texas but says he’ll only consider it if he can make himself “useful” in the role.
October is turning into the type of month theater chains have wished for since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic — stacked with big movies like the new James Bond film, “No Time to Die.”
A lot of people aren’t laughing at Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special.
YouTube banned R. Kelly from its video platform, taking an unusual step to distance itself from the disgraced recording artist recently convicted of sex crimes.
As Robert Graves wrote when he was ridding himself of stultifying English conventions, a generation before Sir Ian Fleming created James Bond: Goodbye to all that.
Emily Ratajkowski is accusing Robin Thicke of grabbing her bare breasts on the set of the video for his massive hit “Blurred Lines.”