The Voyager I satellite, we’re told early on in Men, Women & Children, hangs in space, equidistant from the earth and the sun.
The task of conjuring up a blue collar Brooklyn is taken on by a Belgian director and a British star in this Dennis Lehane penned drama that also sees James Gandolfini’s last big screen appearance.
Mutant forces reunite in the spring ahead of the 2016 release for X-Men: Apocalypse...
Gaiman’s take on the Grimms’ fairy tale is reported to be getting a film adaptation.
Garth Brooks has opened his own digital music store. GhostTunes posits itself as an artist-focused rival to iTunes and Amazon, showcasing Brooks’ complete catalogue and more than a million songs from many of the world’s biggest acts.
Cynics might suggest Dwayne Johnson's announcement this week that he is to play the villain/antihero Black Adam in Warner's forthcoming Shazam superhero movie is designed to offset a previous sense of palpable apathy surrounding the venture.
Paramount has planned dates for its Terminator sequels.
Mama’s Andrés Muschietti enlisted to helm the movie adaptation of the PlayStation 2 classic
A horrors-of-the-home psycho-thriller for the jittery. Nicole Kidman plays Christine, an amnesiac whose memory wipes itself when she falls asleep. A traumatic event in her past holds the secret to her condition, as may Ben (Colin Firth), her extremely attentive husband.
Pete Doherty says that the former White Stripe has showed interest in producing a prospective new album
Kanye West revealed to his 18.7 million Twitter followers that he was burdened with more than $50 million of debt.
Ryan Reynold’s smart-talking antihero makes a profanely amusing addition to the X-Men universe
Fifteen years after Ben Stiller’s “model idiot” Derek Zoolander stopped a lethal flying star with his Magnum pout (“It’s so beautiful!”), this baggy, back-slapping sequel fails to recapture the magic that made the original a quotable hit.