Articles By Justine Ashley Costanza
The numerous, risqué sex scenes in Lars Von Trier's upcoming "Nymphomaniac" will feature body doubles.
Kirsten Dunst's newest film, "Bachelorette," made its debut at Archlight Cinemas in Los Angeles on Thursday night. The female-driven indie dramedy will hit select cities on Sept. 7, and it is now available via video on demand.
The new poster for Brad Pitt's latest on-screen venture, "Killing Them Softly," has arrived.
The trailer for Brian De Palma's sexy new film, "Passion," debuted on Thursday ahead of its film festival circuit run.
Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie" will kick off the 56th annual London Film Festival.
The International Business Times had the chance to ask Miloš Karadaglić about the rebirth of classical guitar music, the current state of the music industry, and how his background shaped his work.
Chloe Sevigny is retreating from the bright lights of Hollywood and heading to "Portlandia."
Janice Min, the former editor-in-chief credited with helping Us Weekly "feed a hunger for celebrity," is outraged by the scrutiny of post-pregnancy female bodies. There's one very big problem with that.
NBC has won a bidding war for a new single-camera series starring Michael J. Fox. The series is based on Fox's own life.
Ridley Scott is halting production of his next film, "The Counselor," in the wake of his brother Tony Scott's death.