Southpaw director Antoine Fuqua talks about casting Jake Gyllenhaal, and working with Denzel Washington in his remake of The Magnificent Seven
BEING YOUNG and thin generally doesn't cause problems for actresses in Hollywood, but both were getting between Zoe Saldana and the role she desperately wanted in "Infinitely Polar Bear."
Stephen tWitch Boss talks about his journey from dance-crazed kid in Alamaba to buddy of Channing Tatum and co-star of the new Magic Mike XXL.
The director of Up, talks about making Inside Out, another completely original and imaginative animated movie for Pixar
The stars of the new teens-confronting-cancer movie are sick and tired of talking about that other teens-confronting-cancer movie.
Ten years ago, if you'd told Jeremy Piven that one day his "Masterpiece Theater" gig would cost him a role in a Spike Lee movie, he'd have had you committed.
THE NEW issue of Men's Health magazine contains a test that promises to rate readers based on 45 "guy skills."
Movie Critic Gary Thompson commemorates the arrival of Mad Max: Fury Road looking at some of the best apocalypse movies
IN "THE D TRAIN," Jack Black is Keyser Soze.
Ex Machina director Alex Garland talks about gender, fembots and artificial intelligence, and what he mistrusts about our technological world
THE GENTLEMEN stationed at the Disney princess tribute at the Philadelphia Flower Show were doing their best to be patient with me.
Show is short on highlights, long on everything else
Bradley Cooper a Best Actor winner for American Sniper? It could happen, says Movie Critic Gary Thompson, mulling his Oscar predictions
Several actresses got big nominations this year for playing ailing, self-destructive, even suicidal women in the throes of soul-scraping emotional distress.
Jennifer Aniston's dishes on gritty role in indie drama, "Cake."
In "Cake," Jennifer Aniston plays a woman, laid low by pain and grief, who dips into her pool at night in a way that suggests she may not resurface.
Kevin Hart talks about his new movie "The Wedding Ringer" and his upcoming Will Ferrell comedy "Get Hard."
As a former publicist she knows it's her movie, not her, that matters.
Gary Thompson chats with versatile actor Martin Freeman, who has played Bilbo, Dr. Watson and Richard III.