Since the Cuban Revolution, the nation's cinematic history before 1959 has been under lock and key, virtually unknown to the public and film scholars both on and off the island.
The long-awaited sequel to "Blade Runner" appears to have found its director and nailed down its star.
After vanishing without warning in "Gone Girl," Rosamund Pike may be preparing to say good-by the next time around.
Where does an actor go next after winning an Oscar and playing an intergalactic tyrant in a studio tent-pole, all in the span of a few weeks? For "Theory of Everything" and "Jupiter Ascending" star Eddie Redmayne, the answer is straight to DVD, as a talking train.
Richard Linklater spent 12 years making his coming-of-age opus "Boyhood," but the auteur doesn't usually take quite so long to deliver the goods.
Will Ferrell is in the house. Or rather, Will Ferrell will be in "The House," a comedy from "Neighbors" writers Andrew J. Cohen and Brendan O'Brien, a spokesperson for New Line Cinema confirmed to The Times.