Emma Stone stars in this year's sleeper smash, race drama The Help, and is soon to cosy up to Peter Parker. James Mottram meets the actress
A lamentable slew of recent spoof movies has done untold damage to a once proud – and hilarious – genre, says Ben Walsh
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.
Roach takes a sledgehammer to crack some harmless nuts
Non-stop pyrotechnics don’t allow much time for love and emotion, but you have to admire the freshness and pizzazz of this high summer caper
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
Known in Hollywood simply as McG, the former video and music producer and director is in talks to bring the Broadway rock musical 'Spring Awakening' to the big screen.
In the UK, if we think of improvised comedy we normally think of Paul Merton. But, for the next six weeks, theatres up and down the land will have a chance to experience a new American improv export with a recognisably British cast that doesn't include Merton or his improv chums. Marcus Brigstocke, Phill Jupitus, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Hattie Hayridge are among a rotating cast who will be supplying new dialogue to old movies for a show called Totally Looped, putting a new perspective on idea that started out as prank at a US college radio station.
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.