Diane Lane will play Clark Kent's adoptive mother in the upcoming Superman movie, a considerably younger casting choice than Eva Marie Saint in the 2006 Man of Steel film.
"Megamind" has become the first cartoon this year to score a triple play on all three home video charts.
International orchestral and operatic conductor Zubin Mehta shakes hands with friend, actor Kirk Doulas during ceremonies honoring Mehta with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California March 1, 2011.
Actor Jonah Hill is mulling an offer to make his debut as a director with the sci-fi horror project "The Kitchen Sink."
The world premiere of the eighth and final installment in the Harry Potter movie franchise will be held in London's Trafalgar Square, a far bigger venue than the usual.
Long after her "High School" days are over, Vanessa Hudgens remains a teenage dream who is in no hurry to grow up -- at least in her career.
Tim Burton and Josh Brolin are teaming up to bring "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" to the big screen.
In the clear light of a post-Oscar Monday morning, at least two themes had emerged.
Some 37.6 million Americans watched Sunday's widely-panned Oscar ceremony, making the telecast one of the least-watched Academy Awards shows of the past 10 years.
The makers of Oscar winner "The King's Speech," whose heartwarming tale triumphed over a flashy story of new technology in "The Social Network."
Britain's Colin Firth won his first Oscar on Sunday for playing a stammering monarch in "The King's Speech", crowning a virtual clean sweep of the movie awards season.
Natalie Portman won the Oscar as best actress on Sunday for her role as an unhinged ballerina in the thriller "Black Swan," denying Annette Bening the golden statuette for the fourth time in her career.