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Director Bryan Singer departs Queen biopic mid-production

Director Bryan Singer has left the Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the middle of production.

Screen Actors Guild Awards taps first host: Kristen Bell

The Screen Actors Guild Awards will have a host for the first time next year: Actress Kristen Bell.

Nissan uses Star Wars to help people understand semi-autonomous driving assists

A Kylo Ren-inspired Maxima is one of five Last Jedi-themed Nissans

Sundance Film Festival announces lineup for debut 'Indie Episodic' program

Sundance revealed a new section dedicated to episodic work, along with the short film program and special event titles including Spike Lee's "Pass Over."

American Cinematheque to debut exclusive new 70 mm print of 'Lawrence of Arabia'

A new 70 mm print of David Lean's seven-time Oscar-winning classic will debut Dec. 15.

The star who nearly played Jack in Titanic

LEONARDO DiCaprio won over fans’ hearts in Titanic 20 years ago, but the actor almost wasn’t cast as Jack Dawson.

Secret details in ultimate fan merchandise

STAR Wars fans take note — an official commemorative banknote packed with hidden features will be released this week ahead of the launch of The Last Jedi.

'The Newspaperman' covers skills, errors of the great Ben Bradlee

ROEPER: The late journalist himself narrates the HBO documentary about his exciting life during some of the Washington Post's most historic moments.

'Call Me by Your Name' and 'The Shape of Water' win big at Los Angeles Film

Los Angeles Film Critics announce their 2017 award winners. Guillermo del Toro's 'The Shape of Water' gets the most prizes; Luca Guadagnino’s 'Call Me by Your Name' takes the top

If you like cheesy Christmas movie, you’re going to love this film

IT’S been a while since we’ve had a truly great Christmas movie.

Tragic real-life love story on Titanic

MANY people are familiar with the emotional moment in Titanic when Kate Winslet’s character Rose sacrifices her place on the lifeboat to be with Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jack.

LA Critics name 'Call Me By Your Name' best film of 2017

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has voted "Call Me By Your Name" the best film of the year, bestowing a total of three awards on Luca Guadagnino's erotic coming-of-age

Box office: 'Coco' stays alive in weak weekend; 'Justice League' holds onto 2nd

Pixar's "Coco" remained the top film for the second straight week.

Box office: 'Coco' repeats as box office winner with $26.1 million

Disney-Pixar's animated comedy "Coco" easily repeated as the winner of the North American box office with a solid $26.1 million at 3,987 locations during a moderate weekend.The

'Coco' maintains box office reign

The animated "Coco" maintains the top box office spot, dominating "Justice League" and the crowd-pleasing "Wonder"

Indie Focus: The hidden and the found in 'The Disaster Artist,' 'Princess Cyd'

Another edition of your regular field guide to the world of movies in Los Angeles and beyond.

Who was the better Spider-Man: Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield?

obey's trilogy made roughly $2.4 billion worldwide. While Garfield's two films only made an estimate $1.4 billion worldwide, he's praised for capturing Spidey's wit.

Photos: Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper bring the funny to Houston

The pair of friends drew a big crowd to Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land.

Kate Winslet recalls ‘white-knuckle ride’ of filming with Woody Allen

NEW YORK — If there’s one word that sums up Kate Winslet’s experience with Woody Allen on “Wonder Wheel” (opening Friday), it is “terrified.”The Oscar-winning British actress and

Margot Robbie’s amazing ‘boss moment’

MARGOT Robbie doesn’t only star as Tonya Harding in I, Tonya — she produced the project.

Geoffrey Rush quits post at Australian film academy after alleged 'inappropriate

Geoffrey Rush announced Saturday he's stepping down as president of Australia's screen industry academy, days after a theater company revealed it had received a complaint against

James Franco talks about making a good movie about one of the worst movies ever

"The Disaster Artist" is James Franco's comic take on the making of "The Room," regarded as one of the worst movies ever made.

'Roman J. Israel, Esq.': Another top-notch performance from Denzel Washington

Denzel Washington plays an on-the-spectrum attorney forced to meet the world head-on in "Roman J. Israel, Esq."

Graham: Exploring ‘Disaster’ and finding good in bad

‘The Room’ is so bad it’s good, and ‘The Disaster Artist’ shows why we care about bad movies

Holiday movie preview: ‘Jedi,’ ‘Jumanji’ and beyond

The skinny on 20 upcoming movies, from blockbuster fare to awards bait and more

Review: ‘For Ahkeem’ shows teen’s tough reality

A harsh, uncompromising doc about a St. Louis high-schooler and the struggles she faces in her inner-city community

Sphinx from 90-year-old movie set unearthed in California

Archaeologists working in sand dunes on the central California coast have dug up an intact plaster sphinx that was part of an Egyptian movie set built more than 90 years ago for

HBO film looks at legendary Washington Post editor Bradlee

Weeks before the release of a Steven Spielberg movie about the Washington Post in the 1970s, an HBO film examines the life of that newspaper's legendary editor, Ben Bradlee.

Geoffrey Rush denies 'inappropriate behavior' at theater

The Sydney Theatre Company says it received a complaint of "inappropriate behavior" against Geoffrey Rush, an allegation lawyers for the Oscar winner denied.

‘Divine’ tale of Swiss feminist’s awakening

Switzerland’s selection for this year’s foreign language Academy Award, writer-director Petra Volpe’s “The Divine Order” tells the story of the political and sexual awakening of a

James Franco offers portrait of the ‘Disaster Artist’

Beginning with testimonials from Kristen Bell, Adam Scott, Seth Rogen and others­, assuring us that what we are about to see is a film about the making of a film that is a

Geoffrey Rush steps down from Australian screen academy

CANBERRA, Australia — Geoffrey Rush announced Saturday he's stepping down as president of Australia's screen industry academy, days after a theater company revealed it had

'Lady Bird' named best picture by New York Film Critics

NEW YORK — The New York Film Critics Circle on Thursday named "Lady Bird" best feature film and its star, Saoirse Ronan, best actress, throwing its full support behind Greta

The Disaster Artist is a hilarious meta-commentary on filmmaking

James Franco takes a sharp, funny look inside Tommy Wiseau and The Room, one of the worst films of all time.

How Neill Blomkamp and Unity are shaping the future of filmmaking

Adam: The Mirror, Oats Studios’ latest project, turns a 2016 Unity demo into a new ongoing story.

The Dazzling Doc “Big Time” Finds an Architect Trying to Build Great Things in

“Working toward your own Sydney Opera is what every architect dreams of,” says Bjarke Ingels, the best architect of his generation, at the outset of...

Found-Footage Documentary “Naples ’44” Is Brought Together by Benedict

In the Ricky Gervais comedy The Invention of Lying, a world in which nobody can conceive of the concept of fiction, movies consist simply of...

William Wyler’s Demanding Sets Were a Rite of Passage for Hollywood’s Greatest

William Wyler was one of classic Hollywood’s greatest directors of actors — and also, according to the performers he worked with, one of its biggest...

With the Bloody “24 Hours to Live,” Ethan Hawke Assumes the “Taken” Formula

Brian Smrz’s high–body count thriller 24 Hours to Live catches up with assassin-extraordinaire hero Travis Conrad (Ethan Hawke) on the one-year anniversary of the death...