The best science fiction tells stories about people in extraordinary environments or situations that serve to open up the vast, still largely unexplored terrain of the human heart. Mike Cahill's "Another Earth" is science fiction at its best.
The shocking statistic at the core of "Crime After Crime" is that 80% of women in American prisons are survivors of some form of domestic violence, rape or abuse.
Academy Awards voters are poised to set up a showdown between a tongue-tied monarch and a viper-tongued Web whiz kid.
Was U.S. network Fox deceitful in the creation of its hit show "Lie to Me?"
Jon Bon Jovi and Seth Meyers are putting on their party hats for New Line's all-star ensemble "New Year's Eve," being directed by Garry Marshall.
Cast members Jay Chou (R) and Seth Rogen pose at the premiere of the film "The Green Hornet" in Singapore January 24, 2011.
If films starring Jennifer Aniston, Ashton Kutcher and the lovelorn cast of "Twilight" left you dumbfounded, you're officially in good company.
Vampires, werewolves and airbenders lead the pack at the Razzies, an Academy Awards spoof that hands out prizes for the year's worst films.
"The King's Speech" claimed the crown for best film at the Producers Guild of America Awards on Saturday.
Elizabeth Banks is currently killing it as Jack Donaghy's baby-mama-to-be, Avery Jessup, on 30 Rock.
Actress Gong Li attends a news conference for the South Korean premiere of her movie "Shanghai" in Seoul January 24, 2011.
Actress Emily Blunt signs autographs at the premiere of Gnomeo & Juliet in Hollywood, California on January 23, 2011.