Andrew Pulver

Representivity a sham in Hollywood

A new study on exclusion in Hollywood discovers that the problem extends beyonds ethnicity.

Teacher won’t quit after anti-bullying film uproar

Leahy said he decided to show the film after some of his pupils demonstrated disturbing anti-LGBTI behaviour during a history class exercise.

Hollywood’s fatal attraction to TV: Why studios are turning to the small screen

Paramount is the latest studio to reboot its movies as TV series, with the likes of Minority Report and Shutter Island to get the treatment.

The taming of Unbroken

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.

Joan Fontaine death leaves Hollywood mourning

Following the death of screen star Peter O'Toole, actor Joan Fontaine's passing has left a void in Hollywood.

Director Cuarón reveals pressure to change thriller ‘Gravity’

Alfonso Cuarón has spoken out about the pressure he was under to change the story his latest thriller to conform to studio executives' expectations.

Director Terrence Malick responds to claims of misused funds

"The Tree of Life" director Terrence Malick has responded to accusations from financiers that he failed to deliver a film as promised.

Princess Di film ‘got it completely wrong’, says former lover

The new biopic starring actor Naomi Watts as Diana has been criticised by one of the principal characters depicted in it, heart surgeon Hasnat Khan.

Ben Affleck eyes a career in politics

Actor and Oscar-winning director Ben Affleck could go into politics, says actor Jennifer Garner, his wife.

Ashton Kutcher channels Steve Jobs to give advice at teen awards

Ashton Kutcher, who stars as Steve Jobs in the "Jobs" biopic, has decided to use his status to impart worldly advice at the Teen Choice Awards.

Oscars put doccie power in critics’ hands

Should film critics decide who gets an Oscar?

Movies the critics can’t sink

<i>Sex and the City II</i> has been on screens for mere weeks, but it is well on its way to becoming one of the most critically derided films ever.

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