Suspects arrested in connection with an alleged racist and homophobic assault on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett in Chicago were released on Friday, police said.
A Mexican soap opera star apologized on Friday for using a racial slur to describe actress Yalitza Aparicio, whose performance in the critically acclaimed film "Roma" made her the first indigenous woman to be nominated for a best actress Oscar.
Bruno Ganz, the Swiss actor who portrayed Adolf Hitler in Oscar-nominated film "Downfall" and the kindly grandfather in "Heidi", died of cancer at his home in Zurich on Saturday, aged 77, his agent said.
The organizers of the Oscars ceremony on Friday scrapped a plan to award four Academy Awards during commercial breaks in the Feb. 24 telecast, following an uproar by Hollywood filmmakers, actors and others.
The makers of "Marighella", a film about a left-wing revolutionary murdered by Brazil's 1960s military dictatorship, hope their film will help counter a version of the country's history that they see far-right President Jair Bolsonaro as propagating.
Pop star Katy Perry and her Hollywood actor boyfriend Orlando Bloom have hinted they are engaged, posting a picture of the American singer sporting a large diamond-encrusted ring.
The German photographer credited with inventing the concept of the supermodel in the 1980s is the subject of "Women's Stories", a documentary that premiered at the Berlin Film Festival on Friday.
High in the hills of Brazil's remote northeast, the town of Toritama echoes with the sound of sewing machines: in the self-proclaimed capital of jeans, people work all hours of the day to produce denim trousers.
Chicago police contested media reports on Thursday that officers were investigating whether "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett staged being physically assaulted because he was being written out of the television show.
A lawyer for rap artist 21 Savage said on Friday the entertainer was in part detained by U.S. immigration officials because he is a celebrity who has been outspoken about family-separation security issues at the U.S.-Mexico border.
British actress Charlotte Rampling said on Thursday she was moved to be awarded the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear for lifetime achievement.
"So Long My Son", a decades-spanning Chinese saga that opens in the aftermath of the Cultural Revolution, was born of a need to re-assess a generation that had no time for introspection as it built modern China, its director Wang Xiaoshuai said.
One of an elite group of "free solo" rock climbers, he scales sheer vertical cliffs thousands of feet high, alone and without a rope.
George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Robert de Niro on Thursday joined a growing protest in Hollywood over plans by Oscars organizers to present cinematography, editing and some other awards during commercial breaks at next week's Academy Awards ceremony.
(This February 13 story corrects the actress's age in the fourth paragraph)
Oscar winner Brie Larson gets embroiled in galactic conflict in Marvel Studios' first female-led superhero movie "Captain Marvel", a role she said pushed her beyond her comfort zone during training.
China's first science fiction blockbuster, "The Wandering Earth", has raked in 3 billion yuan ($443 million) in ticket sales in less than 10 days, putting it on track to become the country's highest-grossing film.
Prince Philip, the 97-year-old husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, will not face prosecution over a car crash last month that injured two women and left his Land Rover flipped on its side.
Agnes Varda, the Belgian-born grande dame of French cinema, made her latest film "Agnes by Varda" to help bid farewell to her viewers, but the 90-year-old doesn't rule out making more movies.
Rock singer Ryan Adams on Wednesday called a New York Times article about him "upsettingly inaccurate" but said he was "not a perfect man" and apologized to anyone he had hurt.