John Cameron Mitchell sheds the wigs, glitter, and sexcapades to get real with Nicole Kidman in the new drama Rabbit Hole.
Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky is one of the
five nominees for the Directors Guild of America award for outstanding
achievement in feature film.
The hot young star of Country Strong and Tron: Legacy is in the fast lane to fame and he’s excited to finally bring bisexual Beat icon Neal Cassady to the screen in On the Road.
After 30 years in the film industry, Steven Antin graduates to the big leagues with the splashy Cher–Christina Aguilera musical, Burlesque.
Whether behind the camera or in front, Paris Pickard is determined to make an impact in the searing new film A Marine Story.
Burlesque, the highly anticipated original musical film that
marks Cher's return to the big screen, had a star-studded world
premiere Monday night at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Yuvraaj Parashar (pictured, left) and Kapil Sharma (pictured, right) play a couple in Bollywood’s first frank portrayal of a gay romance, opening Friday.
The reputation of screen legend Joan Crawford took a beating with her daughter’s ax-grinding memoir. Now a more thoughtful new biography by veteran writer Donald Spoto sets the record straight.
Angels in America’s Patrick Wilson comes down to earth to discuss his two new films, Morning Glory and Barry Munday, and Hollywood’s attempt to get him naked as often as possible.
Brett Barsky, the straight, married father of two who 16 years ago played the title character in the landmark short film that inspired the Trevor Project, discusses the lasting impact of Trevor and offers advice for suicidal teens.
James Dean has been dead for 55 years, yet fascination with the enigmatic actor burns as strong as ever. Dean expert David Loehr discusses why we’re still enthralled with the late icon.
Piranha 3D, featuring 90210's Jessica Szohr in a Girls Gone Wild moment with a porn star? From TV to movies to music, Hollywood has a strong track record of marketing girl-on-girl.
If you think Playboy founder Hugh Hefner is just an unrelenting womanizer, a surprising new documentary that positions him as a civil rights champ will set you straight.
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