The actor has turned his cellphone over to authorities as part of the investigation into a fatal shooting on a New Mexico film set last fall, a law enforcement official says.
A media circus ensues when a man on leave from debtors' prison finds a handbag and returns it to its rightful owner. Motives are always more complicated than they appear in Asghar Farhadi's film.
Tributes have cascaded in since Sidney Poitier died. And so they should have. He was an unparalleled actor, a committed activist, and a beloved family member. He was also, frankly, a heartthrob.
Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the armorer and key props assistant on the movie set, said in the complaint that she bought live ammunition she believed to be dummy rounds.
Twice in the same year, the song "Be My Baby" — featuring the voice of Ronnie Spector, who died this week — became the sound that signaled something memorably, indelibly sexy.
While her friends and family went to the Australian beaches, Kidman stayed indoors reading — and imagining herself as a character in the books. Kidman stars as Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos.
Penn got his start in stoner comedies, then took a hiatus from acting to work for the Obama administration. He shares stories from his life and career in the memoir You Can't Be Serious.
Six decades after the film West Side Story premiered, the legendary musical has been reimagined. Choreographer Justin Peck updated the dances of the original story.
Saget was a prominent presence on American television screens throughout the 1990s as the father Danny Tanner on Full House and the host of America's Funniest Home Videos.
Alongside her husband, Alan, she won two Academy Awards for Best Original Song for "The Windmills of Your Mind" and "The Way We Were."
Poitier was the first Black actor to win a Best Actor Oscar, for 1963's Lilies of the Field. His good looks and smooth, commanding presence made him an icon to generations of moviegoers.
For much of his career, the actor represented many different things to many people, but a constant was his sheer artistry.
A game John Cena takes the lumbering, emotionally stunted mercenary he played in The Suicide Squad to the small screen. The cast lunges at every repetitive joke, but fans of the movie will eat it up.
In 1973, Soylent Green imagined a New York City of 2022 — polluted, overcrowded, and facing environmental catastrophe. Other movies offered their own take on what was in store.
Julien starred opposite a young Richard Pryor in the 1973 movie The Mack. In addition to his pivotal work onscreen, he co-wrote and co-produced Cleopatra Jones.