Fans rally to raise money for RoboCop statue in Detroit
Like RoboCop himself in the cult classic movie, plans for a statue of the mechanized crime fighter in Detroit may not be dead after all.
Joaquin Phoenix out of 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter'
Joaquin Phoenix is no longer in talks to play Abraham Lincoln's mentor in "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter", movie insiders said on Thursday.
Justin Bieber film a solid bid for credibility
Setting out to demonstrate that overnight sensations deserve respect too, Justin Bieber should make believers out of all but the most hardened of skeptics with "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never," which opens Friday.
Spider-Man joins the Fantastic 4
With the Fantastic Four whittled to three after last month's death of the Human Torch, Marvel's longtime super group is changing names and adding a familiar face.
Berlin film festival opens with 'True Grit'
The 2011 Berlin film festival opens on Thursday with Oscars darling "True Grit" kicking off the 10-day cinema showcase.
Julia Roberts to play evil queen in Snow White
Julia Roberts has closed a deal to star as the evil queen in one of three rival Snow White projects in the works.
World Premiere of film 'Chalet Girl' in London
Actress Felicity Jones poses for photographers at the world Premiere of 'Chalet Girl', in London, February 8, 2011.
World Premiere of film 'Paul' in London
Actress Kristen Wiig poses for photographers at the World Premiere of 'Paul' at the Empire Leicester Square, London February 7, 2011.
Premiere of 'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never' in L.A.
Singer Justin Bieber poses at the premiere of the documentary "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" at Nokia theatre in Los Angeles February 8, 2011.
Justin Bieber film opens early with $30 tickets
Justin Bieber superfans don't have to wait until the official Friday release date to see his new 3D concert movie.
Film premiere of 'Just Go With It' in New York
Actress Nicole Kidman attends the premiere of 'Just Go With It' in New York February 8, 2011.
Oscar producers seek tweeting moms on awards night
Oscar organizers rolled out the digital red carpet on Monday, unveiling their slogan "you're invited" for the upcoming film honors.