Bradley Cooper praised veterans during a showing of his new movie, “American Sniper,” in Plano on Wednesday night. The movie is based on Chris Kyle’s 2012 memoir.
“Transformers: Age of Extinction” is rolling out with the most nominations at this year’s Golden Raspberry Awards, which honors the absolute worst movies of the past year.
Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” dominated the Golden Globes on Sunday, winning best drama, best director for Linklater and best supporting actress for Patricia Arquette.
After three weeks atop the box office, “The Hobbit” has been taken down by Liam Neeson.
“They came in the house, stole everything, then burned down the house,” Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton said in an interview on Thursday.
As “Back To The Future” celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, there’s a legal tussle over the futuristic car that provided the guts for the flying time machine used by Michael J. Fox in the classic 1985 film.
“The Big Bang Theory” won multiple honors at the People’s Choice Awards on Thursday night, including favorite network TV comedy, favorite TV show and favorite comedic TV actress.
Netflix wants to make Sony’s “The Interview” available to its 53 million worldwide subscribers, the streaming service’s chief content officer said Wednesday.
Hollywood kicked off 2015 on a positive note, with three films vying for the weekend box office title. But it remained with the final chapter of “The Hobbit” for the third straight week.
Edward Herrmann, the actor who brought Franklin D. Roosevelt to life in films and documentaries and charmed audiences as the stuffy dad on “Gilmore Girls,” died Wednesday.
The new year always comes in with a big bang, or sometimes a lot of big bangs. Check out this compilation video of the biggest and loudest explosions in movie history.
Sony Pictures Entertainment says it is expanding the digital availability of “The Interview” to top cable, satellite and telecom services, beginning Wednesday and increasing through the weekend.