The film that launched the undying zombie hordes remains a terrifying, socially conscious classic a half-century after its release.
There aren’t that many events within living memory that can accurately be said to have changed the world: the Second World War, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the invention of the iPhone. And then there’s the literal out-of-this-world event of July 21, 1969, when American astronauts Neil Armstrong and
Joe Cornish is back with 'The Kid Who Would Be King', his first film since 2011's 'Attack The Block'.
George Clooney is on a quest to find the perfect cuppa - and slay dragons - in his latest Nespresso ad.
Tom Holland has confirmed that the Spider-Man: Far From Home production has come to an end. The black and red suit is not something directly lifted from the Marvel Comics which has some people believing it might be inspired by some unused concept art by Humberto Ramos.
Keira Knightley's daughter won't grow up thinking that she needs to be rescued by a man — like Cinderella and many other Disney princesses.
His role in 'At Eternity's Gate' has some critics arguing that a woman the same age wouldn't get the same opportunity.
A set at a comedy club on Wednesday was the first time the comedian has addressed the scandal since publicly apologising for sexual misconduct last year.
Piers Morgan has previously called baby carriers "ridiculous", but turning on 007 was a step too far for some.
Another week, another "XXX is the favourite to be the next James Bond" story... and this week's latest hot tip as the next 007: Richard Madden.
Tinge Krishnan, Wanuri Kahiu and Elizabeth Karlsen are just three of the talented women presenting at the annual celebration of cinema.
Chuck Wendig, screenwriter, author and writer of comic books for Marvel's Star Wars series, says he was fired over vulgar tweets that he sent to online trolls.
The director has multiple allegations against him over sexual abuse and was fired from the Queen biopic before the film was completed.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin almost had to re-think its lead actor, Steve Carell has revealed, because the 'dailies' sent to the studio by director Judd Apatow were not looking good.