"I Am Number Four" is likely to open in the No. 1 spot at the North American box office this Presidents Day holiday weekend.
Martin Scorsese will team up with Leonard DiCaprio for a fifth time in "The Wolf of Wall Street," the true story of a disgraced financier.
Ray Liotta has joined the cast of "Cogan's Trade," an all-star crime thriller headlined by Brad Pitt.
When Danish filmmaker Susanne Bier arrived in Hollywood some four years ago to direct her first big U.S. film, she was "excited and hopeful" it would give her career an international boost.
"If Not Us, Who," a nuanced portrayal of the birth of the guerrilla Red Army Faction, sheds new light on a troubled period in Germany's past and is a strong contender for the top prize at the Berlin Film Festival.
"Two and a Half Men" will resume production February 28, sources confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
Actor Robert Downey Jr. poses with his wife and producer Susan Downey at the premiere of "Unknown" at the Mann Village theatre in Los Angeles February 16, 2011.
"Black Swan" landed just a feather away from taking the top spot at foreign theaters over the weekend.
Halle Berry has rejoined the cast of the ensemble romantic comedy "New Year's Eve" after pulling out of the project last month to fight a custody battle for her young daughter.
Michael Stephenson was the child star of the 1990 horror pic "Troll 2," a movie so infamously bad, he used the experience to write and direct "Best Worst Movie," about the film becoming a cult phenomenon.
Justin Bieber fans might have gone a little too far in worshipping the teen idol.
Canadian singer Justin Bieber poses for photographers as he arrives for the premiere of the film "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never", at the O2 Arena in London February 16, 2011.