The 'Crocodile Rock' singer's diary jogs the good and bad memories throughout his 50-year career.
The tome details the Hollywood producer’s alleged sexual assaults.
‘Bravest Knight’ producer embraces debate around cartoon featuring gay characters.
Daughter of Lenny Kravitz follows likes of Halle Berry, Anne Hathaway and Michelle Pfeiffer in portraying Catwoman.
Police say the singer-actress who had spoken about cyber bullying, had been depressed.
Replicating what they had been trying to do isn’t enriching in any way.
Asia seen as an important part of global industry's growth plan.
The decision to loosen decades old restrictions on entertainment was welcomed by many.
Superstar Portuguese footballer of Juventus is funding 36 student grants.
Decades-old outfit hopes inquiries and feelers pouring in for typhoon will translate into bookings.
Fans wait since morning to greet the winner after touching down at KLIA1.
Oscar winner is accused of grabbing woman’s breast in a bar.
The origin of Batman’s arch nemesis, Joker casts Joaquin Phoenix as an unfortunate man descending into madness.
Nadia Cohen feels ‘The Spy’ over-dramatises story of executed husband.
Singer and actor wins India’s popular television programme after spending 105 days in the Bigg Boss house.
Chatterjee believes Bollywood is undergoing a subtle shift as the work of more Indian women – and more stories about Indian women – are hitting the silver screen.
The Spaniard addresses the gala in a recorded video instead.
Warner Bros spent less than the typical superhero-film budget on 'Joker', which means it can make money even with low ticket sales.
Directed by Irish-Thai filmmaker Tom Waller, the film gives first hand accounts of the story that gripped the world for the 18 days.
'It's hard to believe that Abbey Road still holds up after all these years. But then again it's a bloody cool album,' tweeted Paul McCartney.
The beloved director dismisses Marvel movies as theme park attractions.
Carroll has been suffering from cancer and died in her sleep at her home in Los Angeles.
Back for the 13th time, BMW Shorties is accepting entries for short films until Oct 11, 2019 with an RM80,000 grand prize awaiting the talented winner.
Police in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago are deploying additional officers or closely monitoring movie theatres where the ‘Joker’ is playing.