Gig economy workers think they are self-employed, entrepreneurs, which they are not.
Marvel films were denounced as 'despicable'.
Daughter of Lenny Kravitz follows likes of Halle Berry, Anne Hathaway and Michelle Pfeiffer in portraying Catwoman.
Asia seen as an important part of global industry's growth plan.
The beloved director dismisses Marvel movies as theme park attractions.
Research shows female leaders four times more likely to be shown naked on screen.
The film uses a new technology developed by Industrial Light & Magic to digitally ‘de-age’ actors on screen.
The film ‘paints an extremely fair and disturbing picture of Donald Trump's America,’ says actress Anna Mouglalis.
World premiere of 'Bruno Manser - Voice of the Rainforest' on Sept 26 at Zurich Film Festival in honour of the ‘Swiss Gandhi’ who defended the Penan tribe and their nomadic way of life against the logging industry in Sarawak.
Natalie Portman grew up dreaming of going to space.
The Crawley family make their comeback, this time on the silver screen after the series drew to a close in 2015 following nine successful years.
Three-day total falls below original "It," with its frighteningly impressive US$123 million opening in 2017.
‘JoJo Rabbit’ is being billed as an ‘anti-hate satire’
Both directors hope their films will convey a message of empowerment.
Chiara Ferragni's story has become a Harvard Business School example of how social media fame can be monetised.
Though it has been 10 years since her death, the director lives on through her movies and advertisements.
Dwayne Johnson reclaims top spot after placing second in the past two years.
Warner Bros did not specify if the fourth instalment of the franchise will be a direct sequel to the original trilogy.
The concert film, which the Boss co-directed with longtime collaborator Thom Zimny, will make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Spanish actor Javier Bardem, a keen environmental activist, calls on countries to agree to a treaty that would protect at least 30% of the world's oceans by 2030.
The rows threaten to take some of the sheen off a staggeringly starry selection that features Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Kristen Stewart, Meryl Streep, Scarlett Johansson and Mick Jagger.
The film, acquired by the Obamas tells a story of the average American factory worker toiling under a Chinese billionaire called 'Chairman Cao'.
Alain Delon is already thinking about his next projects says his daughter.
'The Hunt', an upcoming film in which liberal elites hunt down 'normal folk' for sport, had already attracted controversy after adverts for the film were pulled in the wake of recent US mass shootings.