Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd promote 'How Do You Know' in Berlin
Actors Reese Witherspoon (R) and Paul Rudd pose to promote the movie "Woher weisst du, dass es Liebe ist?" ("How Do You Know") in Berlin, January 19, 2011.
Conan Doyle estate approves new Holmes story
Sherlock Holmes is to be brought back to life in the first new novel about the great Baker Street detective to be officially approved.
Anne Hathaway cast as Catwoman in new 'Batman' movie
Anne Hathaway has nabbed the coveted female lead opposite Christian Bale in "The Dark Knight Rises."
Meryl Streep drops in on British parliament
Meryl Streep dropped in on parliament on Wednesday to watch Britain's top politicians do battle, studying for a movie role as former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Hollywood celebrities crossing the Pacific
Hollywood A-listers are pouring into China, the fastest-growing film market in the world.
'King's Speech' gets 14 nominations for UK awards
King's Speech leads field with 14 BAFTA nominations."The King's Speech," in which Colin Firth plays the stammering King George VI, won 14 BAFTA nominations on Tuesday, ahead of ballet drama "Black Swan" which garnered 12.
Films to see box office bounce after Golden Globes
A bevy of films are poised to benefit at the box office from Golden Globe wins.
Film promoting of 'The Green Hornet' in Beijing
Taiwan singer and actor Jay Chou, a cast member of the movie "The Green Hornet", poses for a photo at a news conference to promote the film in Beijing, January 17, 2011.
'Social Network' electrifies Golden Globes
"The Social Network" won four Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, including best drama, making it a front-runner in Hollywood's Oscar race.
Critics Choice winners Colin Firth and Natalie Portman
Colin Firth and Natalie Portman were named Best Actor and Actress at last nights (14.01.11) VH1 Critics Choice Awards.
16th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards in Hollywood
The 16th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards was held in Hollywood, California January 14, 2011.
"Green Hornet" flies high at box office
"The Green Hornet" flew into the top spot at the weekend box office in North America on Sunday despite bad critical buzz for the 3-D superhero comic-book adaptation.