The actress discusses her new film, 'Mother and Child,' playing a woman who gave up her child for adoption, and how she's motivated by fear.
Now that we have an official version of the trailer for J.J. Abrams's top-secret 'Super 8' (in theaters next year!), the real scrutinizing can finally begin.
When rappers start making movies, does anyone take their music seriously anymore?
Don't mind the unintentionally terrifying twenty seconds of silence at the end.
'Silence of the Biebs' looks scary.
Skids and Mudflap, the gold-toothed, Ebonics-speaking Autobots from last summer's 'Transformers 2,' whose depictions some found a little racist, are dead.
Still just as likely to lose money.
Arnold has a beautiful singing voice.
Plus: Christina Aguilera to tour this summer.
Younger stars like Lutz and Greene looking for more money.
And it's about kitsch clocks.
According to Deadline's Nikki Finke and Mike Fleming, the Weinstein brothers' Ron Burkle–backed deal to retake the Miramax name and library back from Disney is complete.
He's related to Cher.
Tagline: "Yes, it seemed unfair ... until the day she married."
Drummer and manager Tommy tells us the definitive Ramones anecdote that should define the movie.
The soft-core porn people really have this figured out.
Plus: Maxwell and Jill Scott embark on a tour.
Its $133.6 was the fifth best opening weekend of all time.
Prepare to laugh.
Those poor, poor babies.
Details about the film have emerged and they're totally gross.
Which is probably short-sighted of them.