Big-budget action film "Alita: Battle Angel" may have garnered lukewarm reviews, but the filmmakers behind the manga-inspired movie envisioned by James Cameron say they are delighted with how it has turned out.
British actor Albert Finney, who rose to fame on a post-war wave of gritty, working-class dramas and became an Oscar-nominated international star, has died at the age of 82.
A mother fleeing her violent husband, a serial killer who preys on women and famine in 1930s Ukraine are among the weighty social and political themes explored in films showcased at this year's Berlin Film Festival.
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle attended an awards ceremony on Thursday evening for the Endeavour Fund, which supports the physical and mental recovery of injured and sick servicemen and women.
Woody Allen sued Amazon Studios on Thursday, saying he deserves at least $68 million in damages over their refusal to distribute his completed film "A Rainy Day in New York" and their decision to abandon a four-picture production and distribution arr...
The ability of the weak to hold their own against the powerful loomed over the first day of the Berlinale, in which "The Kindness of Strangers", an ostensibly apolitical film, explored themes of injustice and inequality amid great wealth.
Canadian comedy "Schitt's Creek" and drama "Anne with an E" led the nominations for the Canadian Screen Awards, grabbing 15 nods each on Thursday.
The residents of Bricksburg return to the big screen this week in "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part", this time finding themselves in an apocalyptic world after the invasion of strange heart and star-shaped extra terrestrials.
Pop star Pink will receive the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award at this year's BRITs, organizers of Britain's pop music honors said on Thursday, naming the American singer-songwriter as the first international artist to receive the p...
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has suspended "Bohemian Rhapsody" director Bryan Singer's nomination for Sunday's awards ceremony following allegations of sexual misconduct.
Justin Bieber marked his first Thanksgiving as a married man, saying that "love isn't always easy" but adding he was trying, like Jesus Christ, to be more patient and selfless.
A portrait of Michael Jackson as King Philip II of Spain and an Andy Warhol print are among artworks on display at a show opening in Paris this week dedicated to the late pop star.
The Satanic Temple has settled its copyright lawsuit against Netflix Inc and Warner Bros Entertainment over their alleged misuse of its goat-headed deity statue in the series "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," a Warner spokesman said on Wednesday.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on Wednesday donated $500,000 to firefighters and victims of a massive Southern California wildfire that came close to destroying the celebrity couple's own multimillion-dollar mansion.
Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro and his wife of more than 20 years have separated, media reports said on Tuesday.
The United Nations children's agency UNICEF appointed Millie Bobby Brown, the star of hit Netflix series "Stranger Things", as its youngest ever goodwill ambassador on Tuesday and the 14-year-old had a message for world leaders: "Listen to us."
California rapper Snoop Dogg received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, and celebrated by giving himself a big thank you.
Pop music titan Taylor Swift on Monday announced a new record deal with Universal Music Group that will give her greater control over her own music and could boost future payouts to artists for music played on streaming service Spotify.
Like many people, Malian musician Salif Keita first became aware he was different when he started school. His skin was white; all the other kids were black.
The Chinese-speaking world's version of the Oscars, the Golden Horse Awards, has created a sharp political divide between film stars and directors as the annual event becomes a lightning rod for questions about Taiwanese independence.