Comic-Con 2014: Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Clark Duke are back in their time traveling hot tub, but without John Cusack
Willis takes the "eye for an eye" approach to vengeance
Cannes 2014 review: Cronenberg's blackly humorous assault on Tinseltown nails the sickness in our celebrity-obsessed culture
The "Twilight" star demonstrates the perks of being a Hollywood limo driver in a new look at David Cronenberg's next film
David Cronenberg's latest film stars Mia Wasikowska, John Cusack, Olivia Williams and Sarah Gadon
Susan Stroman achieves a level of low vulgarity not encountered even among the non-stop obscenities of "The Book of Mormon" in her staging of the...
"People are able to stretch dollars to make extraordinary things for less than a million," the "Grand Piano" actor and international DJ tells TheWrap
Cox will play a hedge fund trader and Iraq war vet
"Beyond the Mat" producer says he was stunned by Department of Justice charges
Jason Blum's Blumhouse is producing the low-budget film, which will be distributed by Universal
The trailer, unfortunately, does not make it clear if audiences will be laughing hard
Cusack project set in the world of high finance and power
Dylan Farrow's claims against Allen has the theater community tied up in knots
Tod "Kip" Williams will direct "Cell" for Benaroya Pictures and The Genre Company
Phil Donahue, Oliver Stone and Wil Wheaton also add their voices to anti-spying PSA
The actress famously portrayed Marissa Cooper on the hit Fox drama set in Orange County before infamously spiraling out of control
Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul are currently writing the movie for Sony and Gary Sanchez Productions
The cable network headed by one of the film's stars, Oprah Winfrey, acquires first broadcast window after pay TV
From her sassy-but-classy eyewear to Donnie Wahlberg's drop-in, the key highlights from McCarthy's "View" premiere
There are gaps, but 'Salinger' offers just enough revelations for even casual fans of the author
The filmmaker came to the conclusion during an appearance on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight"
Civil rights saga debuts with $25M, topping holdover "We're the Millers" as three other wide openers disappoint
The R-rated, young-skewing sequel and Civil Rights Oscar hopeful both eye $20M debuts -- "Jobs" and "Paranoia" are likely to do half that
Guest blog: Thanks for novelists like Phillips for getting down and dirty, which he does with aplomb in "Rake"
Broad appeal, no adult competition -- and Oprah's first role in 15 years -- have TWC confident
The director's latest scores as a popcorn-politics survey of 20th century American racism but never becomes the soaring historical tearjerker it clearly aims to be
Matt Tolmach is producing the genre movie, which Robbie Pickering is directing from a script by Oren Uziel
Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey star in the historical drama
The Weinstein Company may not use the film's original title, "The Butler"
TWC seeks to overturn July 2 ruling which prohibited it from using that name on the Civil Rights drama