The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment has officially suspended all outdoor film permits for Saturday, Feb. 9, due to severe weather in New York City.
Ryan Gosling will write and direct “How to Catch a Monster,” while Michael Keaton comes back to big screens as the “Robocop” villain, and Michael Pitt marries Mary Pickford.
“Les Misérables,” “Chicago,” and “Dreamgirls,” will be celebrated with special performances at the Academy Awards this year. So which movie musicals are the Academy forgetting?
From Ben Affleck in "Argo" to Hugh Jackman in "Les Miz" to Denzel Washington in "Flight," Backstage takes a look at the standout performances of leading men in film this year.
Academy Award–nominated director Andrew Adamson (“Shrek”) on bringing Cirque du Soleil’s Vegas stage creations to big screens in his new 3D film “Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away.”
Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson, Ed Harrison, Clive Owen, and Bill Paxton are this year's SAG Award nominees for Male Actor In a Television Movie or Miniseries. Learn more about them and their shows in the slideshow.
Old pros make this slight comedy about a retirement home for musicians in England seem weightier and more moving than it has any right to be.
The great thrill of this glossy, sexy, pervy thriller—starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, and Nicole Kidman—is in recalling the clues dropped on the way, along with those lingering close-ups of material possessions that practically amount to commercials.
In “Rust and Bone,” Cotillard plays Stephanie, an orca trainer who loses her legs in a tragic accident.
Longtime film critic Leonard Maltin, whose “Leonard Maltin's 2013 Movie Guide” has just been published, speaks to Backstage about his new book, writing bad reviews, and changing his opinion.