It's official: Woody Harrelson has joined the upcoming Han Solo movie.
Following rumors that "The Hunger Games" actor was in talks to play Han Solo's mentor in the upcoming "Star Wars" tale, Lucasfilm has confirmed that Harrelson will be appearing in the standalone film. No details regarding Harrelson's role have been released.
“We couldn’t be more excited to work with an artist with as much depth and range as Woody,” directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller said in a statement.“His ability to find both humor and pathos, often in the same role, is truly unique. He is also very good at ping pong.”
The contentious presidential campaign was filled with accusations of elitism and bias by the media — from the news to entertainment. Many supporters of Donald J. Trump saw his victory as a repudiation of the so-called liberal elite.
So as 2017 begins, we ask: Is Hollywood representing all Americans? Are Hollywood values out of sync with American values?
Google "horror film directors" and you'll get an overwhelming number of male directors and only a few women sprinkled in the mix.
But a new horror film anthology premiering at Sundance later this month flips the script. "XX" features four hair-raising tales written and directed by women and driven by female leads. It also marks the directorial debut of Annie Clark, better known as experimental indie rocker St. Vincent, who directs "The Birthday Party."
"What's in the box? Can I see?" a young boy asks a stranger on a train at the beginning of a new trailer released Wednesday. Later we see him refusing to eat and completely unfazed by the idea of dying.
Sky Arts has released a trailer for its upcoming comedy series "Urban Myths," and it features the unforgettable first look at Joseph Fiennes playing Michael Jackson. Yes, that Michael Jackson.
The U.K. comedy series is comprised of eight episodes, each following an unbelievable but possibly true event in arts and culture history.
The controversial casting of the "Shakespeare in Love" actor as the King of Pop provoked backlash last year right as the industry faced increased scrutinized for its lack of diversity and tendency for whitewashing.
French investigators have released a chauffeur for Kim Kardashian West and two others in a probe into the robbery of more than $10 million worth of jewelry from the celebrity's rented Paris apartment in October.
The driver's brother and 13 others remain in custody Wednesday after a round of arrests this week, according to the Paris prosecutor's office.
Officials have said that brothers Michael Madar, 40, and Gary Madar, 27, worked for the same car service company and were among those arrested, suggesting that the robbery was an inside job. .
It's been more than 25 years since "Twin Peaks" last aired on television, but the wait is (almost) over.
Showtime announced Monday at the Television Critics Assn. that the continuation of the beloved cult series will have its two-hour premiere on May 21.
Fans who've spent the last two decades pondering the fate of Special Agent Dale Cooper will be pleased to know that there will be plenty of shows to watch: 18 episodes in total, directed by David Lynch.
The Sundance Film Festival has added two new independent films to its 2017 lineup, organizers announced Monday.
"Trumped: Inside the Greatest Political Upset of All Time," by directors Banks Tarver, Ted Bourne and Mary Robertson, takes an inside look at Trump's campaign — from the primaries, to the debates, to his election.
"Newness" by director Drake Doremus explores a relationship between two L.A. millennials navigating today's hookup culture driven by social media.
"This is for all of the women, women of color, and colorful people," Tracee Ellis Ross said Sunday during her Golden Globes acceptance speech for actress in a television series, musical or comedy for her role in "black-ish."
With other big wins for "Moonlight," "Atlanta" and "Fences," some saw the ceremony as a triumph for diversity in Hollywood.
But notably missing were Latinos, with just a handful of nominees: Gina Rodriguez for her role in "Jane the Virgin," director Pablo Larraín for "Neruda," actor Gael Garcìa Bernal for "Mozart in the Jungle," and Lin-Manuel Miranda for his song "How Far I'll Go" from the film "Moana."