Fana Mokoena, who stars in "World War Z" with Brad Pitt, talks about zombies and proving himself on the first day of the big shoot.
Dr Kristi Funk's account of Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy aims to help women understand the preventative treatment.
Actor Angelina Jolie has opened another girls school in Afghanistan and plans to fund more from the proceeds of a jewellery line.
Hollywood star couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie can hardly be accused of cashing in on their celebrity to sell the wine from their France estate.
Brad Pitt and Angela Jolie are among the stars returning to Greece as its stricken economy gets a boost from a surge in bookings.
"The superhero movie will never be the same," trumpets the poster for Megamind.
White extremists stuck in 1972 and Women's League Cardigans. Hayibo's take on the news of the day.
NOT QUITE THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK: Shaun de Waal reviews The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett.
The world of celebrity baby photoshoots was on Sunday braced for a record payout after the birth of twins to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Does anybody know if Hindu fanatics have ever started a protest over Yogi Bear? It might surprise you that I'm on the side of the Sudanese nutters who thought it was a big deal to name a teddy bear Mohammed. It's not the greatest name for a teddy. If teddies weren't so busy being adorable, they'd be up in fluffy arms too, writes Lev David.
General Motors (GM) is making a point of acknowledging girl power with the launch of the Chevrolet Captiva. Using the blockbuster movie Mr & Mrs Smith as a premise, GM went to great lengths to accentuate the versatility and over all appeal of its latest SUV.
Shaun de Waal reviews the latest DVD releases
MOVIE OF THE WEEK: David Fincher returns to the serial-killer idea with Zodiac, which opens this week, writes Shaun de Waal
Shaun de Waal reviews the drama Shortbus, which is overtly a film about sex
When to slow down and retire? For most people in their 60s the decision is a no-brainer -- the sooner the better. But in the rare air of movie stardom, where careers are fuelled by a mix of talent, ego, vanity and, sometimes, cosmetic surgery, it seems to be a far harder decision.
It was one small step for man, but could be one giant leap in the career of an actor. Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, is to be the subject of a Hollywood biopic. The only question now is: Who is worthy of filling the space boots of the 20th-century icon who "came in peace for all mankind"?
Brad Pitt launched his own regeneration project for Katrina-ravaged New Orleans on Monday, unveiling designs for a range of eco-friendly and flood-proof homes. Pitt, who had ambitions to be an architect if he had not taken up acting, commissioned 13 architectural firms to produce houses that would incorporate solar power and other environmentally-sound designs.
A lack of memorable movies mean the 2008 Cannes film festival is unlikely to live long in the minds of many critics, who argue that after a solid start the main competition faded. With four out of 22 films in the main competition this year yet to screen, critics and journalists struggled to come up with many highlights.
Two very different movies about the Iraq war are among the favourites for awards at this year's Venice film festival as it passes the halfway stage, and an unusually high number of male leads have stood out. For pure shock value, Brian De Palma's Redacted wins hands down, stunning audiences with an uncompromising reconstruction of the real-life rape of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl.