That #RihPita scammer movie is actually happening.
Five films into the Pirates of the Caribbean series, the truth must be faced: Jack Sparrow is no longer charming.
All-female jury in Rebel Wilson defamation case told Woman's Day 'tore down an Australian star to sell magazines'.
Universal Studios announces Meryl Streep is set to appear in an upcoming follow-up to the surprise 2008 smash.
"This is just a hiccup for America," says Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Watching a fabulously coiffed woman in couture having her ruffles patted down by a security guard is the new Cannes.
The iconic 90s TV show is getting the big-screen treatment, and its stars talk about why the movie is a fun diversion from current times.
Hollywood actress Rebel Wilson has appeared at the Supreme Court in Melbourne ahead of her defamation trial against magazine publishing house Bauer Media.
A new Australian film focuses on a landmark legal victory for a woman who had been sexually abused as a schoolgirl.
Richard Gere reflects on how taking a stand on Tibet made him an outcast in Hollywood.
A new documentary is a reminder that there was more to the Hollywood star than just his acting.
The majority of Americans would prefer Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to be president instead of Donald Trump, according to a new poll.
Documentary maker Michael Moore has been secretly working on a film about Donald Trump's presidential election.
The first of two Australian films on the same subject is getting a US world premiere.
As a ruthless hitman, Keanu Reeves maintains a bedraggled innocence no matter how many corpses his character leaves in his wake.
It's as if Guy Ritchie had set out to make a different film from the one he always makes, then gave up halfway through.
Audiences need to be careful about taking a film about the last viceroy of India as history.
Antipodean friends of the festival will be in full force on the Croisette.
Kirsten Dunst says Hollywood's focus on younger stars has made her feel like an "ageing actress" at 35.
The director of Bend It Like Beckham had royal advice while making a film about India's turbulent history.
Our pick of what's on the big screen this week.
Chilean poet and communist Pablo Neruda's run from arrest in the late 1940s is charted in Neruda.
This bullet-riddled sequel has a sense of fantastical pulp fiction amid all the gunfire.
With Hugh Bonneville playing a Viceroy at Partition, it's as if Lord Grantham had been dispatched to India to set things right.
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