Barring some sort of last-minute public relations nightmare, Netflix will release the first season of “Insatiable” on Friday.
Big changes are coming to the Academy Awards, including the addition of a popular film award category and the promise of a shorter ceremony in an effort to combat declining viewership and criticisms that the awards are out of touch with the mainstream.
MoviePass, a discount service for movie tickets at theaters, is walking back a planned 50 percent price increase following a subscriber backlash. But the cash-starved company will soon impose a cap of three movies per month, instead of one every day.
Tom Cruise sped past Winnie-the-Pooh at the box office to lead all films for the second straight week with an estimated $35 million in ticket sales for “Mission Impossible — Fallout.”
Few things will break you out of a rut and get your mind right faster than having a friend you haven’t seen in 30 years show up in your yard, unannounced, without wearing any pants.
Kayla Day is a baffling ball of hormones, anger and self-doubt.
Chris Pratt and his fellow “Guardians of the Galaxy” castmates are coming out in support of ousted director James Gunn 10 days after his firing.
Actor Alan Alda says he has Parkinson’s disease.
Audiences turned out this weekend to see Tom Cruise in his sixth run as Ethan Hunt in “Mission: Impossible — Fallout,” which easily took the No. 1 spot at the domestic box office.
Through the miracle of cinematography, Carrie Fisher offers one final performance as Princess Leia.