Tom Cruise Apparently Injured in ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ Stunt

Video shows the star performing a building-to-building jump for the upcoming action-thriller.read more

This Week in Trailers: Jennifer Lawrence in ‘Mother!’ Plus ‘The Death of Stalin’ Comedy

The animated feature 'Duck Duck Goose' starring Zendaya also released its first trailer.

Weekend Box Office: ‘Annabelle: Creation’ Scares Off August Blues With $35M

Still, it's another down weekend at the box office as 'The Nut Job 2' misses and holdovers like 'Dark Tower' and 'Detroit' continue to flail. read more

When a Horror Movie Shows Too Much

No matter how good a film like 'Annabelle: Creation' is, unraveling the mystery behind its antagonist makes it less scary.read more

Ava DuVernay Interviews ‘Gook’ Director Justin Chon: “Isn’t It Nice to Hear Filmmakers of...

The two shared a conversation at Sundance Next Fest after a screening of Chon’s award-winning L.A. riots drama.read more

EditFest: ‘Star Wars’ Editor Urges More Diverse Stories in Film

"There's still a long way to go," said Oscar-winning editor Richard Chew.read more

Val Kilmer Visits Fans in Tombstone for Old West Celebration

The star surprised attendees at the celebration of Doc Holliday, the gunslinger Kilmer famously portrayed in the 1993 film named after the town.read more

‘The Conjuring’ Has Launched a Cinematic Universe That Actually Works

James Wan weighs in on the future of the small (but mighty) horror franchise that has become a reliable hit-maker with all signs pointing toward expansion.read more

Locarno Festival: Chinese Documentary ‘Mrs. Fang’ Wins Golden Leopard

The latest from documentarian Wang Bing looks at the final days in the life of an elderly farmer. read more

Sony Sets Dates for Spider-Man Spinoff ‘Silver and Black’ and ‘Sicario 2’

Anne Hathaway's 'Barbie' moves back to Aug. 8, 2018, while a 'Bad Boys' sequel falls off the schedule.read more

‘The Customer Is Always Wrong’ Author Mimi Pond on Her Touching 1970s Memoir

The 'National Lampoon' cartoonist returns with a second semi-autobiographical graphic novel.read more

Joel Sadilek, Line Producer on ‘Ingrid Goes West,’ Dies at 48

The Iowa native was able to attend the film's premiere two weeks ago but was hospitalized the next day.read more

Val Kilmer Says Kurt Russell Essentially Directed ‘Tombstone’

"Everyone cared, don’t get me wrong, but Kurt put his money where his mouth was, and not a lot of stars extend themselves for the cast and crew. Not...

Quentin Tarantino Mum on Manson Project While Accepting Sundance Next Fest Prize

Sundance Next Fest kicked off in Los Angeles with Tarantino taking the stage alongside 'Reservoir Dogs' actors Tim Roth and Michael Madsen ahead of anniversary screening.read more

India Replaces Controversial Censor Board Chief

Pahlaj Nihalani had whipped up many controversies, which affected both Indian and Hollywood films such as ‘Spectre’ and ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.’read more