U.S. presidents aren't the only ones who make surprise visits to troops in Afghanistan.
Facebook film "The Social Network" continued its winning ways during Hollywood's awards season on Saturday as the National Society of Film Critics named it best movie of 2010 and gave awards to its director, star and screenwriter.
Actress Natalie Portman poses at the 22nd Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala Palm Springs, California. Pictures taken January 8, 2011.
George Clooney is attached to star in "The Monster of Florence," an adaptation of a best-selling nonfiction book about a serial killer who roamed the Italian city.
Gwyneth Paltrow's "Country Strong" character Kelly Canter plays out an all-too-common tale in the music industry: fallen star, substance abuser and rehab graduate hell-bent on a return to their former glory.
Columbia Pictures on Wednesday said it will re-release Facebook film "The Social Network" in about 600 U.S. theaters this weekend, a move that looks to capitalize on the film's recent Oscar buzz.
While 2010 saw some major releases such as "Dabangg and Rajneet reap rich rewards, the overall box office was weighed down by mostly lackluster performers ("Kites," "Raavan").
China's box office gross sales rose 61% in 2010 to $1.47 billion, boosted by Hollywood imports such as "Avatar," local hits such as "Aftershock".
No surprise here: super-sizing and screening Hollywood movies has become big business for Imax Corp.
The commercially underwhelming comedy "Little Fockers" narrowly held its lead at the North American box office during the holiday weekend, as Hollywood's prolonged slump spilled over into the new year.
With six Oscar nominations to his credit, British filmmaker Mike Leigh is back in theaters with an awards contender struggling to be heard among the clamor.
Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller's "Little Fockers" remained the top draw at the weekend box office with $26.3 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.