The biblical epic “Exodus: Gods and Kings” easily ruled the weekend with a $24.5 million debut, according to the box office tracker’s Sunday estimates.
“Birdman” squawked loudly in the Golden Globes, flying away with a leading seven nods when the award nominations were announced on Thursday morning.
The latest “Hunger Games” sequel continues to dominate the box office, but some awards season hopefuls proved their might with impressive limited release showings.
“Frozen” favorites Anna, Elsa and Olaf are headed back to the big screen in a new short film, set to debut this March in front of the live-action “Cinderella” feature.
Speculation has been rampant that North Korea sponsored last week’s Sony Pictures hack in anger over the new movie “The Interview,” starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.
The Cowardly Lion costume from the classic film “The Wizard of Oz” and the piano from the movie “Casablanca” each sold for over $3 million at a New York City auction.
“Mockingjay, Part 1″ didn’t catch fire like the previous installments of “The Hunger Games,” but it still had the biggest opening of the year, according to studio estimates.
Mike Nichols, a director of matchless versatility who brought fierce wit, caustic social commentary and wicked absurdity to film, TV and stage, has died. He was 83.
People magazine has named Chris Hemsworth the ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ of 2014, cheering the Australian actor’s rise as hammer-wielding, bone fide hunk in the “Thor” films.
Twenty years after the 1994 original, “Dumb and Dumber To” opened with $38.1 million at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates released on Sunday.
New in theaters this week is “The Theory of Everything” starring Eddie Redmayne as famed Astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. It begins in the early 1960’s when he meets his future wife Jane & receives a devastating ALS diagnoses.
The Hollywood Film Awards, which bills itself as “the official launch of awards season,” is making its television debut on CBS. Coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday night.