'Little Fockers' tops Wednesday box office
Universal's "Little Fockers" grossed in the $7.2 million to $7.3 million range as it debuted domestically in 3,536 theaters Wednesday, according to preliminary estimates.
'Despicable Me' tops DVD sales chart
"Despicable Me" easily topped the national home video sales charts during its first week in stores.
A Minute With: Nicole Kidman working on 'Rabbit Hole'
Nicole Kidman has scored positive reviews, and a Golden Globe nomination, for her role as a mother dealing with the death of her child in the independent film "Rabbit Hole."
Sofia Coppola looks at Hollywood life in 'Somewhere'
Sofia Coppola grew up around movies as the daughter of "Godfather" maker Francis Ford Coppola. The 39-year-old has written, directed and produced her fourth film, "Somewhere," due in theaters on Wednesday.
Zhang Yimou at a news conference for 'The 13 Women of Nanjing'
Chinese director Zhang Yimou attends a news conference for his new movie "the 13 Women of Nanjing" (the city also known as Jinling), in Beijing, December 22, 2010.
'Country Strong' a Nashville nightmare
The best country songs never take themselves too seriously. But there is usually something good-natured in even a low-down tale of woe.
'Gulliver's Travels' relies too much on effects
Increasingly, studios are slapping 3D on movies not to add entertainment value but to conceal a lack of dimension in a movie's story or characters.
Chinese film to star Hollywood's Bale
Zhang Yimou and local movie moguls is hoping for an ascendance on the world's silver screens to match the country's rise on the global political and economic stage.
Gwyneth Paltrow finds 'Country Strong' a struggle
There is nothing easy about overcoming an addiction and for Gwyneth Paltrow, who plays an addict in her new movie "Country Strong," it was a battle simply to comprehend why people abuse drugs and alcohol.
'Avatar' the most pirated film of 2010
Drumroll please ... "Avatar" is the most pirated film of the year, according to data released by a file-sharing blog.
'Spider-Man' stuntman injured during show
A leading stuntman in the Broadway musical "Spider-Man" was recovering in hospital on Tuesday after falling from a high platform during a preview performance in yet another setback for the troubled musical.
'Da Vinci Code' author taking over sequel script
Mega-selling mystery author Dan Brown has taken over writing duties on the film adaptation of "The Lost Symbol."