Ann Hornaday, Washington Post film critic
The only thing more unlikely than a movie about a boy adrift on a ship with a Bengali tiger is the tale of the film's star.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley says "Lincoln" proves that inspired, intelligent filmmaking shall not perish from this earth.
Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested after a man told Oakland police that the entertainer hit him over the head with a bottle.
Keira Knightley's language was anything but prim and proper when she discovered what director Joe Wright had planned for "Anna Karenina," their latest period drama together.
Rocky's going soft.
Elizabeth Banks has something else to be grateful for this Thanksgiving _ she and her husband have welcomed their second child.
Finally _ finally! _ the "Twilight" franchise embraces its own innate absurdity with the gleefully over-the-top conclusion, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn _ Part 2."
As a kid, Chris Pine used to be afraid of the bogeyman. Now he fights one on the big screen.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson sit side by side on a sofa at the Four Seasons hotel, discussing the end of the five-film project that made them famous and brought them together.
Fourteen years' passage is no great obstacle for Christopher Plummer in "Barrymore," which recreates the quasi-one-man show that earned him a Tony in 1997. If the play itself (by William Luce) might have welcomed a subtler translation than the one offered by Erik Canuel, its core performance remains transfixing enough to draw small crowds of drama buffs to the art house.
All the world's a stage, very literally, in Joe Wright's wildly theatrical adaptation of "Anna Karenina."
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner is getting back in the movie business.
Bollywood stars turned out in strength for a final homage to movie director Yash Chopra at the premiere of his last film.
A towering figure such as Abraham Lincoln, who stood 6 feet 4 and was one of history's master orators, must have had a booming voice to match, right? Not in Daniel Day-Lewis' interpretation.
After years of shooting big-budget movies in mainland China, actors Aaron Kwok and Tony Leung Ka Fai returned to their native Hong Kong to make a police thriller that they say captures the flavor of home.
The show must go on, is the entertainer's credo, and it did just that in the nation's Porn Capital even after Los Angeles County voted to require performers to use condoms when filming sex scenes.
The now-faded blue gingham dress Judy Garland wore in "The Wizard of Oz" has sold for $480,000.
Bond is known as much for his flashy cars as much as he is for his sexy women and the ability to get out of a sticky situation with ease and grace.
Stacey Buckley of Bournemouth, England, decided last year that she had to be in Los Angeles for the premiere of the final "Twilight" film.