Facebook film "The Social Network" became a big friend of broadcast critics on Friday when it won several top Critics' Choice Awards, including best film, in the race toward Hollywood's Oscars.
Fueled by younger males, Sony Pictures' 3D superhero pic "The Green Hornet" should sport a potent sting this weekend.
The wartime drama film "Shaolin" starring Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse, Fan Bingbing and Jackie Chan, premiered on Thursday, January 13, 2011 in Beijing.
Cast member Zoe Saldana poses at the premiere of the film "Burning Palms" at the Arclight theatre in Hollywood, California, January 12, 2011.
"Tangled" ascended to the top of the international box office race in its seventh weekend of release.
Ron Howard has carved out an eclectic career behind the camera over the past 30-plus years, from political dramas and historical thrillers to romances and fantasies and everything in between. Many of his films are good — and some of them are even great.
David O. Russell is in negotiations to come on board to rewrite and direct "2 Guns," Universal Pictures' adaptation of a Boom! Studios comic book.
A sacred vow made at the outset of the First World War sets the stage for a curious, oddball relationship between an Albanian school custodian and a Slovenian headmaster's wife in the tenderly observed, fact-based "Solemn Promise."
Cast member Natalie Portman is interviewed at the premiere of "No Strings Attached" at the Regency Village theatre in Los Angeles January 11, 2011.
Actors Mark Wahlberg (L) and Christian Bale (R) arrive with director David O. Russell of film "The Fighter" for the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Awards Gala in New York January 11, 2011.
Someday — someday soon, hopefully — 3-D will be exposed for the sham that it is.
Christopher Nolan is looking at some of Hollywood's leading actresses -- as well as a few emerging talents -- for major female roles in "The Dark Knight Rises," his next Batman film.