Ant-Man's female lead says that the comics are "crap".
A weird sense of trepidation surrounds Kanye West’s headlining set.
Several production credits aside, Eli Roth has been lying low since the skilfully nasty Hostel initiated the torture-porn cycle a decade ago.
Throughout his life, Orson Welles was fascinated by Shakespeare – studying and editing the texts (usually pretty drastically), directing them and performing them on the stage and in the cinema.
Disney has taken $1bn at the US box office in record time for the studio this year, thanks to the success of new Pixar animation Inside Out, which scored a spectacular $91m on its debut last weekend.
Taylor Swift has decided to put her latest album "1989" on Apple Music after fee spat.
The Minions provided many of the laughs in the first two Despicable films and get their own hyperkinetic prequel charting their evolution through the ages
The creator of the web-slinging superhero has responded to the latest leaked Sony emails, saying he agrees with the decision to keep the character’s ethnicity and sexuality unchanged
In October the Who’s Roger Daltrey will appear at the star-studded Desert Trip festival in California. Now he’s adding two projects to his calendar: a solo album and an autobiography – both of which, he says, may never see the light of day.
Having debuted with £5.31m plus £2.05m in previews, X-Men: Apocalypse looked on course for a solid second weekend, perhaps declining at a similar rate (53%) to the second frame of previous X-Men title Days of Future Past.