He drops F-bombs and bodies in equal measure. His nonstop snark — "I'm about to do to you what Limp Bizkit did to music in the '90s" — makes Iron Man sound as bland as Captain America. And he's briefly shown pleasuring himself while holding a stuffed unicorn.
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Johnny Depp is no stranger to outlandish film roles, but he has never tried his hand — or hair — at newly crowned New Hampshire GOP primary winner Donald Trump.
Japanese actor Ken Watanabe, an Academy Award nominee for his performance in the movie "The Last Samurai" and lauded in the recent Broadway revival of "The King and I," is fighting stomach cancer and will have to postpone plans to return to Broadway.
Don't feel bad for the losers at this year's Academy Awards ceremony -- they won't be leaving empty-handed.
It was violent, but it sure looked good on TV. The Strip made a quick appearance in the new "Bourne" trailer, which debuted tonight during Super Bowl 50.
"Trumbo" put a serious face on the plight of Communists working in 1950s Hollywood. Opening Friday, Joel and Ethan Coen's "Hail, Caesar!" paints that face with clown makeup and makes it do a spit take.
Nicholas Sparks movies are the lonely white woman's answer to Tyler Perry movies.
Here are our picks for five movies you need to watch in the coming week.
When the trailer for "Suicide Squad," the film adaptation of a popular DC Comics series, hit the Internet last week, comics fans — as they're wont to do — began debating whether the upcoming film will be the next big big-screen thing or just another in an embarrassing succession of comics-inspired films gone wrong.
Universal Pictures and Vin Diesel have confirmed there will be a ninth and a 10th film in its "Fast and Furious" franchise with release dates in 2019 and 2021.
Jimmy Kimmel is helping put together a movie about UNLV legend Jerry Tarkanian for Lola Pictures, the Las Vegas-based company that sold "Frank & Lola" to Universal Pictures on Friday.
"Kung Fu Panda 3" showed plenty of power at the U.S. box office with a solid opening weekend of $41 million at 3,955 theaters as the durable family franchise dominated moviegoing.
"The Birth of a Nation," writer-director-star Nate Parker's stirring drama about the life of Nat Turner and the slave rebellion he led in antebellum Virginia, won the grand jury prize and the audience award for American dramatic features at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday night.
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to diverse TV," Idris Elba joked on stage after winning twice at Saturday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, where actors of color claimed a slew of wins amid a furor in Hollywood over the lack of on-screen diversity.
Here are your five best bets for streaming for the week ahead.
Chris Pine and his ragtag Coast Guard crew overcome horrendous luck, freezing temperatures, hurricane-force winds and waves so powerful they've broken two 500-foot oil tankers in half.
Here are our picks for your five best bets if you want to catch a movie in the week ahead.
With all the controversy over #OscarsSoWhite, now may not have been the best time to announce that a white actor has been cast as African-American pop star Michael Jackson.
For those who have been planning to get on the "Doctor Who" bandwagon, you better dive into the series quickly, because Netflix has announced seasons one through eight of the popular television show will be removed soon.
Don't have any special plans for Valentine's Day? Netflix has announced its list of content that will be added to the service throughout the month of February.
The Discovery Children's Museum in downtown Las Vegas hosted about 3,800 people for "Star Wars Day" on Saturday.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which organizes Hollywood's annual Oscar awards ceremony, pledged on Friday to double its membership of women and minorities by 2020.
In stark contrast to fellow Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo's comments yesterday, Charlotte Rampling thinks that the Oscar diversity outcry is "racist to whites."
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