The actress acknowledged the 'incredible shift' in the last couple of years
It could be a case of 'Fast and Furiosa' for the South African actress
(15) Gilles Paquet-Brenner, 110 mins. Starring: Charlize Theron, Sterling Jerins, Nicholas Hoult, Christina Hendricks
She follows in the footsteps of Sigourney Weaver, Angelina Jolie and Sandra Bullock in taking action roles originally intended for men
Meet Mr T, the Hollywood veteran making his London debut in 'Dr Dee'
There was a time when no Hollywood movie was complete without a British baddie.
If British TV has been dominated by flag-waving this week, across the pond, America's been busy crowning its own royalty at the MTV Movie Awards 2012. Fewer corgis, more Kardashians. But Sunday night's awards (screened last night on MTV UK) managed to have a few moments where the action was suitably red, white and blue hued.
'Alien' was all killer and no filler – what a pity Ridley Scott's prequel is dazzled by its own good looks
Hollywood's big names are showcasing their talent on the small screen. Gerard Gilbert says TV is the place to take chances
Given there may be no more significant athlete in South African history, it seems ironic that most of the football supporters now heading for the country have probably never heard of Makhaya Ntini.
It is a dark day when a man is starving, hounded by the threat of cannibals, and has two bullets left in his gun for some final, fatal emergency – one for himself and one for his young son. The third novel from acclaimed US author Cormac McCarthy to be filmed, this impressive work adapted by British playwright Joe Penhall and directed by John Hillcoat is a chilling tale of loneliness and survival which, at times, dips into the horrific.
Journey with no reward
A string of raunchy roles made her a star in the 1980s. Now Kim Basinger can't even watch her own movies. By Kaleem Aftab
Will Smith stars as an unshaven, alcoholic superhero who's redeemed by a PR guru, Jason Bateman, and his wife, Charlize Theron.
Raymond Weil seeks damages after actress breaks brand endorsement contract
With two Oscars and more than 100 films to his credit, Michael Caine is perhaps our greatest living movie star. In his latest role, he plays a disgruntled Cockney con man in seedy Sixties London. Sounds vaguely familiar? Here, he tells James Mottram about a peculiarly personal project – and explains why he's going back to his roots