2016 SAG Awards Nominations And WinnersTelevision icon Carol Burnett will receive the SAG Life Achievement Award.
Reports: Ronda Rousey, Tina Fey Team Up For New Comedy FilmAccording to several reports, UFC's Ronda Rousey will star in an upcoming comedy with comedian Tina Fey.
Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' Opens Without Any Controversy Or BoycottIt was Quentin Tarantino's fiery comments at a New York rally in October -- against police shooting and brutality -- that fired up the police groups.
Star Wars Fans Waiting In Line For Thursday's Premiere Brave The RainDespite a heavy downpour, Star Wars fans continue to patiently wait in line for the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Ex-N.W.A. Manager Sues Over 'Straight Outta Compton' FilmHeller is seeking more than $110 million, although a jury would determine any damage verdict.
Scorsese Drops Christiano Ronaldo From Upcoming MovieLegendary film director Martin Scorsese has reportedly changed his mind about casting Real Madrid superstar Christiano Ronaldo in his upcoming movie called, The Manipulator.
Cause Of Deadly Plane Crash On Set Of Tom Cruise Movie Remains MysteryOn Saturday, some of Hollywood's biggest stars mourned Alan Purwin's loss.
Snoop Dogg's Son Quits Football At UCLA To Concentrate On FilmUCLA wide receiver Cordell Broadus, the son of rapper Snoop Dogg, is giving up football to concentrate on pursuing a career in film production.
Universal's 'Minions' Swarms Box Office With $115.2M HaulIt was an easy win for the sidekicks who took the spotlight after playing supporting roles in two previous "Despicable Me" movies.
Nicole Kidman Shares Career Regrets At Women In Film AwardsSome of the biggest names in Hollywood were present for the Women in Film's Crystal + Lucy Awards.
LA Film Fest Movie Minute: “It’s Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong”Writer/Director Emily Ting describes her new film premiering at LA Film Fest this year.
Some Express Concerns Upcoming Lowrider Film Perpetuates StereotypesSome are already giving a thumbs-down to a new movie about life in East Los Angeles over concerns the film, which is still in production, perpetuates stereotypes.