The Cannes Film Festival rolls out the red carpet for the first time in more than two years, launching the French Riviera spectacular with the premiere of Leos Carax's “Annette" and the introduction of Spike Lee’s jury.
Comedian Bill Cosby was freed after Pennsylvania's highest court overturned a 2018 verdict that found him guilty of sexual assault.
Filmed with the help of Hollywood and an Emirati script in toe, Abu Dhabi seeks a new front against Qatar depicting the country as a terrorist haven.
The "Fast" saga, one of Hollywood's most successful franchises, started in 2001 as a story about illegal street racing and evolved into the tale of a close-knit team involved in heists and espionage.
The membership of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association approved widespread changes designed to diversify its ranks and address ethics complaints.
A native of Great Neck, New York, Segal was best known as a comic actor, but his most famous role was in the harrowing 1966 drama, “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.”
As female filmmakers smashed Academy records, the Netflix-Fincher reimagining of Hollywood’s Golden Age leaves the competition in the dust of 10 nominations. Meanwhile, TRT production “Quo Vadis, Aida?” bags nomination for international feature.
It is an unprecedented power spread, but Washington has established military bases and deployed troops across all seven continents.
Six of the 10 movies shortlisted by the Producers Guild of America were released by streamers – up from two last year – as movie theaters only begin to reopen in New York but remain closed in Los Angeles after a year of Covid-19 restrictions.
Deepfakes use machine learning to fabricate events that never happened. While amusing and creative, there are pressing concerns about the social and political implications of this rapidly evolving technology.
Spears has lived under a strict arrangement since 2008, when a California court placed her under a unique legal guardianship largely governed by her father, Jamie. “Framing Britney Spears” suggests the ex-pop star was used by some of her handlers.
The Canadian actor, who starred as widower Captain von Trapp opposite Julie Andrews in the blockbuster 1965 musical "The Sound Of Music" and in 2012 became the oldest actor to win an Oscar, died at his home in Connecticut.
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