This week in the power rankings: We can't stop talking about 'Into the Woods,' and 'Fifty Shades' remerges on our list.
The Giver, the long awaited adaptation of Lois Lowry's young adult novel, is not that good. Taylor Swift, however, is not that bad in the movie.
Robin Williams' wife said in a statement that the actor, who died this week, was in the "early stages of Parkinson's Disease."
A surreal film about a bandleader who wears a fake head on top of his own doesn't necessarily scream "true story," but for co-screenwriter Jon Ronson Frank has one major element of reality.
Whit Stillman has a new group of pretty young social climbers, and this time they are coming to your computer screen.
Late night hosts took time out of their shows last night to honor Robin Williams with personal tributes and clips from his characteristically wild appearances on their shows.
The internet has brought forth an outpouring of tributes to the late Robin Williams today. We've compiled some of the most notable ones.
Before commencing this morning's press conference for The Giver film, Jeff Bridges took some time to talk about his friend and co-star Robin Williams, and the surreal encounter he had with Williams' lookalike Radioman.
The Wire staff looks back on our favorite Robin Williams performances – which do you remember most fondly?
In remembering the life and career of Robin Williams, especially in light of his death, the temptation is to reference the sad clown, if not in name then certainly in spirit.
Meine Damen und Herren, the Kit Kat Club is getting an new Sally Bowles: Emma Stone.
Abbi and Ilana of Broad City plus Annie Hall is a match made in heaven, and—thanks to Twitter—may be a reality.
Masters of Sex is good at drawing parallels between its couples. And in "Giants," which aired last night, it makes the case that Virginia's relationship with Lillian DePaul is as potent as her relationship with Bill Masters.
The news that Kristen Stewart would be playing a Guantanamo Bay guard came as something of a surprise, considering that the actress is best known for playing a girl moon-eyed over a sparkling vampire.
Two well-reviewed television shows are premiering in the next two days. Just make sure you have STARZ and Cinemax, two networks trying to keep up with the Joneses of the premium cable world.
James Franco, writer/director/actor/everything, will get a special prize at the Venice Film Festival: the Jaeger-LeCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker Award.
Fans of elderly British actors and specifically Maggie Smith's unmatchable sass rejoice: The trailer for the sequel to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel—titled, perfectly, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel—has arrived.
Larry David is coming to Broadway so he can basically play Larry David.
Today is a good day to be angry at True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto.
The new Terminator movye has an interestyng new tytle: Terminator Genisys.