Taxi Driver will celebrate its 40th anniversary at the upcoming Tribeca film festival with a special screening.
Writer of Bart to the Future episode, aired almost exactly 16 years ago, says idea was consistent with vision of US ‘going insane’
London's LGBT film festival begins today with it's opening night film - The Pass - about a deeply closeted footballer
'Land of our Fathers' is a new play about Welsh miners that is hard - hitting and very realistic
Long-mooted instalment in archeologist’s adventures to reunite star, director and producer George Lucas, and be released in 2019
A study of the class system in Disney and Pixar’s biggest movies reveals poverty is ‘not a big deal’ and the rich are happy to look after everyone else
There’s a harrowing but unforgettable look at domestic violence, Scully has a final case to clear up when a virus is unleashed on the US and there’s a fascinating introduction to the world of Edvard Munch
A parody of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' - it's not erotic and it's not even funny
I first met George Martin in 1979, when I began researching my Beatles biography, Shout!. Friends and journalistic colleagues had done their best to talk me out of the project.
The first name typically listed in a film’s closing credits is that of the director. Nine Lives breaks that custom. Instead, that honor goes to the film’s two cat trainers. Sure, it’s a nice gesture. But let’s face it – the choice is also drolly telling.
Angus Young has admitted AC/DC’s future is uncertain.