Julianne Moore will play former Alaska governor Sarah Palin in "Game Change," an HBO movie about John McCain's unsuccessful presidential campaign.
Bath & Body Works is suing the distributor of the "Twilight" films, hoping to get a declaratory judgment that its "Twilight Woods" line of lotions, shower gels and other products doesn't infringe the trademark on the hit vampire franchise.
Producers of the $65 million Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" delayed its official opening again on Wednesday, and hired a new team to relieve director Julie Taymor of day-to-day duties.
Actress Abbie Cornish arrives for the world premiere of "Limitless" in New York March 8, 2011.
A day after Warner Bros. Television fired Charlie Sheen from "Two and a Half Men" and the actor responded with legal threats, the studio has written to the actor's attorney providing the most public detail to date as to what is actually in his employment contract.
Disney has picked up "The Runner," a sci-fi adventure project from the developer of NBC's recent "Knight Rider" reboot. Marc Forster ("Quantum of Solace") is attached to direct.
Robert Zemeckis' performance capture system, which turns life-action into animation, gets quite a workout in Disney's "Mars Needs Moms," which opens on Friday.
You can't quarrel with that title, "Black Death." The film is black all right, pitch black, and death is everywhere.
Lara Croft, the feisty heroine of one of the biggest video games from the 1990s, is once again getting the movie treatment.
Warner Bros is making some of its films available on Facebook, opening up a new revenue source for the Internet social network.
Even with having a remarkable name and being the face of last year's "Alice In Wonderland," actress Mia Wasikowska may not be familiar to many movie fans.
Actress Rosario Dawson poses at the premiere of her film "Girl Walks Into A Bar" in Hollywood, California March 7, 2011.