Steven Soderbergh is adapting “The Girlfriend Experience” as a Starz anthology series. Here are 13 casting suggestions inspired by notable portrayals of prostitutes in the past.
A New York Times report has the Walt Disney Company considering a stake in Vice Media, but insiders say Disney has no such plans.
Three weeks after its U.S. premiere, "Maleficent" nabbed the top spot at the Chinese box office, taking in $20.3 million in its opening weekend.
The state-run China Film Group detailed a plan to sell 25 percent of the company for a total of 467 million new shares.
After establishing himself as a talented sci-fi director with "Looper," Rian Johnson has accepted the job of helming "Star Wars: Episode VIII."
AMC has pushed back the "Breaking Bad" prequel until early 2015, but ordered a second season in a show of confidence.
The 78-year-old politician and libertarian icon will appear in "Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt."
The "Chelsea Lately" host will helm her own Netflix talk show when her contract with E! expires.
Another victim of the train accident that killed a camera assistant on the "Midnight Rider" set has sued Gregg Allman and other producers.
Users are about to get 250 new emoji including a raised middle finger and the Vulcan salute, but what they won’t find are people of color.
Now in its 17th year, the Shanghai International Film Festival offers competing visions for the future of Chinese cinema.
DreamWorks Animation's Chinese joint venture is pushing into live-action films by partnering with “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” scribe Wang Huiling.
A month after "Godzilla" topped the U.S. box office, the King of the Monsters earned Warner Bros. its biggest opening weekend in China.
The King of the Monsters rakes in $10.9 million on Friday, making it China's biggest opening day of 2014.
After turning the Biblical apocalypse into a buddy comedy, Franco and Rogen set out to kill North Korea's Dear Leader.
Jill Abramson, the ousted former executive editor of the New York Times, will begin teaching at Harvard University this fall.
"22 Jump Street" and "How To Train Your Dragon 2" both hit box offices this weekend, but instead of squaring off, they could both walk away winners.
Hollywood studios are facing stiffer competition from homegrown Chinese films.
Legendary Pictures has brought Chinese director Zhang Yimou onboard their upcoming co-produced blockbuster, "Great Wall."
Bill Murray may be a living legend, but he's not going to win an Emmy for a 40-second cameo on "Alpha House."