A one-month reprieve from cable news, replaced by classic Hollywood films, enlightened the author.
A growing number of award-winning actors are thrusting the issue of equality, in Hollywood and elsewhere, into the spotlight.
The rapper and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein will make a six-part docuseries and feature film about Martin's death.
How closely will we live with the technology we use in the future? How will it change us? The film imagines a futuristic world but doesn't ask the important questions.
The United Talent Agency will hold a rally against anti-immigration sentiment and donate to and raise money for the ACLU and IRC.
The ACLU took in six times its annual standard in one weekend, as celebrities rallied to support the cause. Meanwhile, Kal Penn raised more than $500,000 for Syrian refugees.
The revenue from the world's second-largest movie market accounted for 13 percent of the $13.5 billion generated by the top 20 movies from U.S. studios.
The trend has sent Hollywood actors in the here-and-now scrambling to exert control over how their characters and images are portrayed in the hereafter.
Ubisoft's CEO tells Newsweek what he's done to make 'Assassin's Creed' the movie a box office hit.
According to Adams, the wrong people are being asked about pay disparity in Hollywood.
Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio and James Corden all expressed thoughts on the election.
Ava Duvernay, Seth Meyers and more tweeted about the final presidential debate.
The National Museum of American History launched a fundraising campaign to preserve the artifact from "The Wizard of Oz."
Most Sonoma wineries are small, producing 5,000 to 10,000 cases annually, but many offer a bit of pizzazz with their tastings.
The actor also weighed in on reprising his 'Harry Potter' role.
Victor Davis Hanson writes that to glimpse our next generation of elites, look at the Goldman Sachs interns and the junior faculty at Harvard.
Moore is the scribe behind 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' and 'V for Vendetta.'