Comedian Chris Rock’s film reminds us that even race-incisive (black) men continue to be very gender-blind.
Benedict Cumberbatch delivers a sterling Turing – the man who beat Hitler but was destroyed by homophobia.
A former wrestler's furious response to his portrayal in the Oscar-nominated film underscores society’s resistance to sexual difference.
Documentaries can be extremely enlightening but they lose their efficacy if they are dull and fact-driven and don’t captivate their audience.
Epic and ambitious, but Angelina Jolie’s second outing as a director fails to do justice to the rousing real-life story of Louis Zamperini.
A study by San Diego State University finds that only 7% of Hollywood’s biggest hits are helmed by women.
Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel led the 87th Academy Awards nominees.
Hollywood's favourite award show hosts did not hold back on throwing shade at the Golden Globe awards.
Two new series, Showtime's "The Affair" and Amazon's "Transparent," were catapulted into the spotlight on Sunday at Hollywood's Golden Globe awards.
Michael Keaton is tremendous as the superhero movie star trying to reinvent himself as a serious actor in Alejandro González Iñárritu's 'Birdman'.
New shows for the small screen range from a sci-fi thriller to comedies and historical dramas.
Technology, talent and masterful storytelling are just some of the ingredients of 2014's small screen successes.
The National Society of Film Critics has recognised legendary filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard's film as the top movie, beating Richard Linklater's Boyhood.
Lauded by moviegoers who champion free speech, the fictional account of two talk show hosts plotting to kill Kim Jong-un was sold out in theatres.
Sony has debuted the movie online after hackers threatened its release, making it available on YouTube before screenings at 320 independent theatres.
Sony Pictures Entertainment chief executive, Michael Lynton, said the Hollywood studio did not make a mistake in pulling the film "The Interview."
Celebrities have criticised the decision made by movie theatres and Sony to cancel "The Interview"'s December 25 release after threats from hackers.
"Everyone is doing exactly what these criminals want," says Rogen, after newspapers published emails hacked from Sony Pictures executives' accounts.
Cyber experts warn that cyber attacks on Sony Pictures, which paralysed computer systems and leaked files, could have been extortion.