Macaulay Culkin has spoken about his long friendship with the late Michael Jackson, while calling his estranged father a 'mean b*stard'.
The conclusion of Alfonso Cuarón's heart-stopping Gravity saw an exhausted, traumatised Sandra Bullock crash landing on Earth against all the odds.
A new Ghostbusters movie is on the way, according to reports, which will be a continuation of the 1984 sequel Ghostbusters 2.
Tom Holland has shared the first trailer for 'Spider-Man: Far From Home', the much-anticipated follow up to 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming.
James Franco has settled a lawsuit with one of his former film students, who said that he had drafted several early drafts of his movie The Disaster Artist.
John Lasseter, the Pixar co-founder who quit the company following numerous allegtions of sexually inappropriate behaviour, was grilled by employees at his new company, according to reports.
James McAvoy has serious concerns about the X-Men joining the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Christian Bale sported a lovely new black suit at the Critics' Choice Awards last night, showing off his trim physique after stacking it on to play US vice president Dick Cheney in Vice.
'The Nun' director Corin Hardy says actor Demián Bichir was genuinely scared witless while they were shooting the scene where his character Father Burke gets buried alive.
The new – and final – season of Game of Thrones will arrive on April 14, it’s been confirmed in a teaser from HBO. But as these things often are, it’s been accompanied by a truly devastating fan theory. The eerie clip shows Jon Snow, Arya Stark and Sansa Stark in the crypt of Winterfell, usually a place
The Rock took to Instagram to lay the smack down on a "100% fabricated" interview in which he insulted "generation snowflake".
Chris Pratt – perhaps still smarting from the remarks made about his weight by his fellow galactic guardians in 'Avengers: Infinity War' – is going on a crash diet.
"There are no victims — there are only those now exploiting Mr. Kelly for their 15 minutes of TMZ fame," R. Kelly's attorney said.
The actor spoke about his stance on sex scenes and how refusing to do them has affected his career.