Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie has teamed up for the first time with Hollywood heartthrob Johnny Depp in "The Tourist."
An actor known for his good-guy cinematic characterizations, Jiang Wu will present his "wildest onscreen image ever" in the upcoming blockbuster, Let the Bullets Fly, which also marks the first time he has co-starred with his brother Jiang Wen, also the director of the film.
Gu Changwei's feature film about AIDS comes with a documentary about the real roles of six HIV-positive people who worked on the movie.
Cast member Elle Fanning poses at the premiere of "Somewhere" at the Arclight theatre in Hollywood, California December 7, 2010.
Cast member Michelle Williams arrives for the premiere of "Blue Valentine" in New York December 7, 2010.
What attracted Angelina Jolie to star in "The Tourist?" "Venice and Paris," the actress joked.
The makers of the latest blockbuster admit they departed significantly from the source material.
The film studio behind "The Hobbit" movies on Tuesday unveiled more of the cast, including Cate Blanchett.
"We have people like Depp, who are even cooler than Bogart, and Angelina Jolie, who is Betty Davis and Marilyn Monroe all in one."
The weekend went swimmingly for Fox Searchlight's Natalie Portman stars in "Black Swan" and other adult-targeting art films and prestige pictures.
When the Hollywood blockbuster Fantastic Four hit Chinese screens five years ago, audiences hardly knew that it had been embedded with Chinese elements.
Cast member Nicole Kidman arrives with Keith Urban for the premiere of the film "Rabbit Hole" in New York December 2, 2010.