Is our society really as permissive as we think? French director Francois Ozon tells a twisted fairytale of human sexuality.
The new film by Oscar-winning Danish director Susanne Bier crowbars open our worst anxieties about our children.
Ryan Reynolds plays Jerry, a serial killer stuck in a dead-end job who has a sunny view of life.
A marketing stunt designed to promote a new film has some Austin Tinder users swiping right—on a robot.
"The Wrecking Crew," a documentary about the studio musicians who played for Elvis, Sinatra, the Byrds and other bands, shines the spotlight on the price (and benefits) of obscurity.
Filming for Spectre has started in the streets of Rome, and the eternal city has been seduced.
India's government objects to the broadcast of statements by a convicted rapist who said victims should "be silent and allow the rape."
The Academy considers its policy of increasing the number of Best Picture nominees a failure, a report claims.
The writer also talks about the origins of "Funny Girl" and what he learned from Tom Stoppard.
The story is set after the Russian 'reunification' with Crimea and is called To Kiss a Stranger.
Gates Foundation recruits Pulitzer-winning writer, Academy Award-winning filmmaker and others for vaccination campaign.
Zachary Maxwell, 12, made a documentary film about what makes for a snow day in New York City.
These men are not Lord Voldemort, despite the children, bookstore clerks and brother-in-laws who repeatedly mistake them as such.
9,000 potential jurors received a summons, "one of the largest pools in American history."
What if there were a fourth "Back to the Future" movie, set in 2045? What would that year look like?
Despite winning the gong for best foreign language film, Leviathan has not been generally released in Russia.
The quirky 'Grand Budapest Hotel' was the surprise winner for best comedy or musical.
The Swedish actress, who called Italy a second home, was best known for 'La Dolce Vita.'
If there were an Oscar for "Most Bewildering Rock Star Cameo," 'Wild' would be a lock.
The prolific movie director speaks about leaving film behind for music.
The American film maker called the portrayal of events in Ukraine "a surreal perversion of history"
Flying cars should be taking over any minute now, right?