The pre-eminence of "12 Years a Slave" and space saga "Gravity" may be the reason behind the delayed release of some of the most anticipated films.
Speaking on a British daytime TV show, actor Michael Douglas has revealed that he does not have throat cancer but rather tongue cancer.
Billy Bob Thornton will lead in a belated spin-off from the 1996 film "Fargo" in the Coen brothers' first foray into television series.
Maturity is en vogue for people and poodles this year, writes Catherine Shoard.
Movie 43 has been called the “worst film ever” and the “biggest waste of talent in cinema history”.
There's something about this film's churn of goo and grit that lingers ambivalently and makes it difficult to digest.
Capitol had a fine run of cinematic hits. And then it all went wrong.
After Chocolat, What's Eating Gilbert Grape? and The Cider House Rules, Lasse Hallström moves on to the fish course.
Glenn Close's new film about a cross-dressing butler has been almost 30 years in the making.
Glenn Close has been trying to get a film of Albert Nobbs, George Moore's novella set in the 1800s, off the ground since 1982.