Academy Award-winning actress Jodie Foster slammed superhero movies in a recent interview, calling them “bad content” and likening them to fracking, which she claims “wrecks the earth.”
Morgan Freeman will play former Secretary of State Colin Powell in an upcoming movie about the retired four-star general’s life.
Actor Ben Affleck apologized on Wednesday for groping actress Hilarie Burton in 2003 during an episode of MTV’s “TRL.”
The lead voice actor for The Emoji Movie insisted in an interview Thursday that the movie is a very, very important way of fighting President Donald Trump’s administration, rather than just a film about talking faces.
Prominent Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson deleted tweets he sent out Monday night that accused the upcoming movie War for the Planet of the Apes of “dehumanizing” him and associating black people with apes.
The original star and co-writer of Ghostbusters, Dan Aykroyd, castigated Paul Feig in an interview Sunday for his job directing last summer’s Ghostbusters reboot that starred a female cast.
Lebanon’s government is seeking to ban the new Wonder Woman movie because its lead actress is Israeli, although a formal request for a ban has yet to be received.
Liberal activist Michael Moore is secretly making a new documentary about President Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election called “Fahrenheit 11/9,” Deadline reports.
The Lost City of Z is a throwback to the spirit of cinema past: an epic, wandering, sometimes ponderous adventure through an unknown landscape riddled with unwelcome dangers and unexpected treasures.
Hollywood stars gathered Sunday for their biggest night of self-congratulation and reaffirmation of their liberal beliefs: the Academy Awards.