Lionsgate’s ‘La La Land,’ ‘Power Rangers’ Headed to Amazon Prime Video in India

The exclusive multiyear deal keeps the studio's new releases and library away from Netflix in an increasingly competitive Indian streaming market. read more

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in March

Take a look at which titles you should check out before they disappear from the streaming service in more

Taika Waititi, Jemaine Clement Pay Tribute to Late NZ Satirist John Clarke

Clarke, who died Sunday aged 68, was known for his biting humor and was a big influence on the 'Flight of the Concords' creators and a generation of antipodean...

Jared Leto Visits Andy Warhol Exhibit in Santa Monica

The visit comes six months after it was reported that Leto would be producing and starring in a biopic, 'Warhol.' The actor had jointly acquired rights to Victor Bockris'...

Why China’s Screenwriters Are Thriving

Even amid box-office swings, scribes stay in demand, with Chinese screenplays selling for as much as $1 million. read more

‘Beauty and the Beast’: Film Review

Emma Watson and Dan Stevens star in a tale as old as 26 years, maybe more, in Disney's live-action remake of 1991 animated hit 'Beauty and the Beast.'read more

This Week in Trailers: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ ‘Kong,’ ‘Alien’ and ‘Trainspotting’ Follow-Ups

Brad Pitt and Nicholas Hoult also debuted trailers for their war-themed films for Netlix, 'War Machine' and 'Sand Castle,' respectively.

Filmart: Can Japan Make Anime Great Again?

With box office phenomenon 'Your Name' leading the way, Japanese animation is on a roll, but to survive the country’s aging demographics, it must attract more young artists and...

Mark Hamill Schools Trump Bureaucrat Who Trolled Him on Twitter

"Bullies can dish it out but just can't take it-LOL!"read more

Uma Thurman Boards Lars Von Trier’s Serial Killer Thriller

Von Trier regular Siobhan Fallon Hogan also joins Matt Dillon, Riley Keough, Sofie Grabol and Bruno Ganz in 'The House That Jack Built,' now shooting in more

Oscars: Russian TV Audience Hits Multiyear Low

Only 3.9 million people watched the broadcast of the event as opposed to 6.6 million a year more

‘Viceroy’s House’ Director Gurinder Chadha Donates Archive to British Film Institute

Chadha was behind 2002's U.K. smash hit 'Bend It Like Beckham.'read more

‘Trainspotting’ Author Wants Trump And Pence to See, Condemn Sequel

"There's two things you want whether you do a film or a book," Irvine Welsh said. "You want the approval of cool people and the condemnation of an asshole....

‘Logan’: Patrick Stewart on Saying Goodbye to ‘X-Men’ and Voicing a Poop Emoji

The actor reveals to THR what 'X-Men's' themes can teach about the Trump era and why the former Starfleet captain doesn't "think about 'Star Trek' much these days."read more

Filmart: Japanese Star Hiroyuki Sanada on Sci-fi Horror ‘Life,’ Doing All His Own Stunts...

Now based in the U.S., the veteran actor hasn't given up hope of working in Japan again. read more