Director Quentin Tarantino and the website Gawker are at each other's throats over the latter's now infamous link to an online copy of Tarantino's latest screenplay, The Hateful Eight.
Three years on from the release of his first album, the excitement of being a performing musician clearly still grips Hugh Laurie. He bounds joyfully around the stage, gratefully lauds his band, and speaks in reverent tones of the famed musicians he covers.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (12A) (Marc Webb, 2014, US) Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Paul Giamatti, Sally Field. 142 mins
It’s been almost three decades since Paul “shrimp on the barbie” Hogan first doffed his iconic Akubra hat and graced the big screen, wrestling wild animals, sipping pots of beer and comparing knife sizes in the role that defined his career.
There's a touching scene near the end of Alien vs Predator when an eight-foot, fang-faced predator, using the acidic blood from the severed finger of an alien face-hugger, tenderly scorches a mark of courage and respect onto the cheek of the last human survivor.
Follow-up in the works to 1993 comedy about a divorcee who impersonates a Scottish nanny to be closer to his kids
New Jersey casino is reimbursing players in a poker tournament that was suspended after counterfeit chips were discovered.
The whimsical comedy, starring Ralph Fiennes alongside various star cameos, has overtaken The Royal Tenenbaums as Andersen's most financially successful film with $104m
Rapper says: 'I got hit by a car, got married and then had my life turned upside down by an entirely unfounded arrest'
Actor, who played Ian Fleming's secret agent in four Bond films, describes his portrayal of 007 as 'tame'
Critics are supposed to have perspective on their subject. We are supposed to have some degree of insider knowledge. We have access to the industry machinery, at least in theory; sometimes access to the artists themselves.
Everyone can do a Michael Caine impersonation. Some do it extremely well.
The governing body of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the board that officiates the Oscars, has approved what it calls a “sweeping series of substantive changes” following intense criticism over the lack of racial diversity in this year’s nominees.