LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – After nearly a decade of slowly and steadily rising in Hollywood, Olivia Munn is finding success on big and small screens with the HBO television drama “The Newsroom” and director Steven Soderbergh's movie “Magic Mike.” If working with two high-profile Oscar winners in Soderbergh and “Newsroom” creator Aaron Sorkin was not enough, Munn is now taking her first leading role in the independent film comedy “The Babymakers,” which hits U.S. theaters on Friday. ..
New Orleans police say an arrest warrant has been issued for actor Cuba Gooding Jr.
In an interview with CNN’s Joe Johns, Will Ferrell & Zach Galifianakis respond to Romney’s aide cursing at the press.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Artist Ai Weiwei has made headlines worldwide since his detention in China last year, but outside art circles few people in western countries such as the United States know of his efforts to push for a more open government in his country. As an artist, he is an eclectic talent who draws, paints, sculpts and does conceptual art, photography, cultural criticism and architecture. Now, a film documentary, “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” sheds light on the man behind the dissident artist, with a goal that U.S.
India has been hit with a huge, crippling power failure, leaving half the nation’s 1.2 billion people without power. Rail service also is out in many areas.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – The Toronto International Film Festival announced more than 70 additions to its programming on Tuesday, including new documentaries from Ken Burns, Julien Temple and Alex Gibney, a black comedy from Oscar-winner Martin McDonagh and a number of films from Mumbai. The new additions to the September 6-16 festival comprise its TIFF Docs, City to City, Midnight Madness, Vanguard, TIFF Cinematheque and TIFF Kids programs. They join the 60 premieres, gala screenings and special presentations that were announced last week.
Snoop Dogg wants you to know that he's tired of hip-hop, is Bob Marley reincarnated and is embracing reggae instead of the culture of guns he once rapped about.
In the estimation of Mitt Romney and his top campaign aides, there were no gaffes, no mistakes, no ill-advised statements on the Republican candidate’s overseas trip.
Syria’s most populous city remained engulfed by fighting Tuesday as opposition groups reported incremental rebel gains and the United Nations said civilian displacement rose.