Maybe there is something new under the sun.
Jennifer Lawrence isn’t pretty enough to portray Sharon Tate, according to the murdered actress’ sister.
Lynda Carter is open to making a guest appearance in any future Wonder Woman movies.
Power Rangers star Naomi Scott has reportedly emerged as a frontrunner to star as Princess Jasmine in Guy Ritchie’s live-action adaptation of Aladdin.
John Oliver is set to voice Zazu in Disney’s live-action The Lion King remake.
The Minions are still a box office force and original stories are scoring big, but not the R-rated comedy — even with Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler behind it.
Michelle Rodriguez has threatened to quit The Fast And The Furious movie franchise unless movie bosses develop storylines with more focus on its female stars.
Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist has lost his battle with cancer at the age of 56.
Tommy Lee Jones is close to signing on for Brad Pitt’s upcoming sci-fi epic Ad Astra.
Lightning McQueen and his pals in “Cars 3” raced to the top spot at the box office this weekend, pushing “Wonder Woman” into second place for the first time since it opened.
Once again, no one was home at the X-Mansion.
John G. Avildsen, who directed Rocky and The Karate Kid — two dark-horse, underdog favourites that went on to become Hollywood franchises — died Friday at age 81.
Newlywed actress Jessica Chastain is in talks to take on a villain role in the next X-Men film.
Actress Michelle Monaghan is returning to the Mission: Impossible film franchise, six years after her last appearance.
TORONTO — Three albums focused on the historic mistreatment of Canada’s indigenous people are among projects on this year’s Polaris Music Prize long list.
Tom Hardy’s team has denied he is in the running to play Aladdin’s nemesis Jafar in a live-action remake of the Disney movie.
Al Pacino will star as late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno in an upcoming HBO biopic directed by Barry Levinson.
Dan Aykroyd appears to have buried the Ghostbusters franchise by criticizing director Paul Feig for spending too much on his 2016 remake.
“Wonder Woman” conquered milestones and movie myths at North American theatres, where the Patty Jenkins-directed superhero film powered its way to a $100.5 million debut this weekend and became the biggest blockbuster ever directed by a woman.