Lars von Trier, the controversial director of Antichrist, has made a film about the end of the world. Geoffrey Macnab takes a look at the arthouse approach to Armageddon
Ryan Gosling burst into the public consciousness playing the pretty boy heartthrob in the weepy mega-hit The Notebook, but it's as a man who has trouble with women that he's getting all the awards acclaim.
Beautiful CGI? Check. Cute gags? Check. Half-decent plot? Oops...
Another Pixar-wannabe rolls off the production line, reminding us why we should accept no substitutes.
From X-Men to Shrek, spin-offs have become the preferred way to jump start a film franchise. But, asks Leigh Singer, why do so few of the resulting movies justify the continued investment?
Status anxieties? Stale sex? This could be the perfect date movie
No love lost in a smirking spoof that's just a sitcom writ large
Ricky Gervais to appear opposite Steve Carell as Slough's finest comes face-to-face with his American alter ego
Dozens of the film industry's biggest stars, including George Clooney and Cameron Diaz, have joined a last-ditch effort to prevent an actors' strike from crippling the Hollywood awards season for the second consecutive year.
It's taken years, but Hollywood has finally invited the Oscar-nominated actress Amy Ryan to join the top flight.
This may be as festive as Hollywood gets this year: a rain-soaked red carpet; a clutch of stars trying not to look worried about the dispute crippling their business; and a pall of grief over the death of Heath Ledger.