Rebecca Ferguson has been praised for her performance in Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, but Simon Pegg was none too pleased about the character poster of her Paramount chose to release.
Ava DuVernay ultimately chose to pass on making Marvel's Black Panther, and her recent comments shed light on why she and the studio didn't see eye to eye.
Acclaimed comic writer Grant Morrison says the Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman is all wrong.
Are we to assume all of today's blockbuster franchises are continuing series and not self-contained stories?
Rose McGowan spoke out against Hollywood sexism and eight days later her agents fired her, but she isn't about to take it sitting down.
Are Twitter reviews really hurting film criticism or does the industry need to change as much as criticism has?
Cameron Crowe issues something like an apology for casting Emma Stone as Allison Ng, a one-quarter Hawaiian character, in Aloha.
A fan site has put together a full synopsis for Star Wars: The Force Awakens based on internet rumors, prompting a look at today's spoiler culture.
Michael B. Jordan penned an op-ed aimed at those critical of his casting as Fantastic Four's Johnny Storm, who is white with blonde hair and blue eyes in the comics.
"Game of Thrones" fans are up-in-arms after the final scene in the latest episode of season 5, "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken", but is it fair to judge a show for living up to the morals it has introduced since the very first episode?