Jessica Walter, star of Arrested Development, Clint Eastwood's Play Misty for Me, passes away aged 80
Jessica Walter’s death was confirmed by her daughter, who wrote the Emmy-winning star will be remembered for "her wit, class and overall joie de vivre."
Not Dead Yet: From Queen Elizabeth II to Clint Eastwood, French site mistakenly runs dozens of VIP obituaries
Several hours after the obituaries first ran Monday, the website of Radio France Internationale apologised, saying unedited drafts had been accidentally published as it moved its website to a new content management system
Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese, Sofia Coppola ask US Congress to allocate funds for movie theatre revival
James Cameron, Clint Eastwood, Directors Guild of America, and other celebrities and organisations, in a letter to Congress, urges them to redirect unallocated funds from CARES Act to revive small and medium-scale theatres in the US.
Cannes Film Festival flashback: Most memorable editions, from post-WWII beginnings to its 2009 pinnacle
Cannes Film Festival, originally scheduled to run from 12-23 May, will not be held in its "original form" this year due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Jumanji: The Next Level, starring Dwayne Johnson and Nick Jonas, earns $85 mn from international box office
Jumanji: The Next Level follows four teenagers, who are transported into a Jumanji video game as adult avatars.
Olivia Wilde to direct psychological thriller Don't Worry, Darling from script by Booksmart writer Katie Silberman
Olivia Wilde made her directorial debut with Booksmart, starring Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: After Eoin Morgan and Co's title glory, time is ripe for England to take the sport back from 'suits'
Do not waver, England. Tell the suits you want cricket back on terrestrial television. Tell state schools to start offering the game to their students. Tell the newspapers that football doesn’t deserve the back page just because it’s football.
Jon Hamm will play an FBI agent in Richard Jewell, involved in investigating the pipe-bombing at Centennial Park during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
Clint Eastwood's The Mule suffers from sluggish editing, logical inconsistencies and a lack of tension
Clint Eastwood turns 88: Oscar-winning director's diverse body of work is a testament to his versatitlity
In the last 50 years, Clint Eastwood has averaged at least one film a year whether it’s acting or directing.
Warner Bros faces investigation over alleged case of $600,000 tax fraud during filming of Clint Eastwood's Sully
An anonymous whistleblower informed Variety about the alleged abuse that occurred during the filming of Sully.
While the reviews for The 15:17 to Paris have been mixed, Clint Eastwood's film definitely pushes the boundaries of storytelling and cinema itself.
15:17 to Paris movie review: This Clint Eastwood film fails to engage, partly because of its xenophobic nature
15:17 to Paris fails to engage on both visceral and emotional levels. And ironically, for a film that asserts gallantry, it is rather xenophobic.
Winter Olympics 2018: From Cool Runnings to Eddie the Eagle, movies that showcase the glory of snow and ice sports
With the Winter Olympics starting on 9 February, here's a list of movies that best epitomises and represents the feats performed by athletes of sports played on snow and ice.
From Charles Bronson to Bruce Willis: Hollywood's ageing male stars get a new lease of life as 'geriaction' heroes
The ‘angry-old-man’ character offers hope to male stars to carry on even when Hollywood's landscape has changed.
Clint Eastwood to direct and star in The Mule, based on the true story of a 90-year-old drug courier
With The 15:17 to Paris yet to release. Clint Eastwood has already jumped on his next project — The Mule.
Clint Eastwood ’s next film 15:17 to Paris gets release date, won't quality for next year's Academy Awards
Clint Eastwood's next film 15:17 to Paris will be released in the US on February 9, 2018
Clint Eastwood's film on 2015 French train terror attack to feature real-life heroes playing themselves
Clint Eastwood's upcoming film The 15:17 to Paris will feature real soldiers playing themselves in the film which based on 2015 French train terror attack.
Ang Lee has shot the film at 120fps instead of the conventional 24fps.