Sylvester Stallon, Bruce Willis
Sylvester Stallone is not shying away from expressing how he really feels about Bruce Willis.
After Willis dropped out of Expendables 3, Stallone took to twitter, writing, "WILLIS OUT... HARRISON FORD IN !!!! GREAT NEWS !!!!! Been waiting years for this!!!!"
Jackie Chan may not be getting a lot of action in the future.
While promoting his latest film in Cannes, Chan told reporters that Chinese Zodiac will be his final action movie...
Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson
Twilight, House and Eminem topped the 37th annual People's Choice Awards during Wednesday night's ceremony.
Check out red carpet arrivals from the 2011 People's Choice Awards
Hosted by Queen Latifah for the fifth consecutive year, the show honored fan favorites in TV, movies, music and other areas of pop culture. And rather than ripping open envelops to announce winners, the show fully embraced the technology age with ...
Will Smith is developing a new crime drama set in China for Fox, according to Variety.
Smith and Overbrook Entertainment have partnered with Chinese-born filmmaker Eva Jin (Sophie's Revenge) to work on the project. The hourlong drama, which has a script order at 20th Century Fox TV, would focus on a crime-fighting female college...
Nikita, Maggie Q
Among Maggie Q's three tattoos is a large, ornately drawn Phoenix rising. It covers most of her left hip, and stands on proud, leggy display in the advertisments for Nikita, The CW's high-octane continuation of the 1990 French thriller-turned-basic cable series about a beautiful assassin in the employ of a sinister organization.
The Karate Kid kicked and chopped its way to the No. 1 spot at the box office over the weekend, debuting with $56 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The remake of the 1984 movie, starring Will Smith's son Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan, beat another vintage revisiting ...
Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, Rush Hour 3
Things happening by "accident" is a Hollywood cliché, but this time there's actually some truth to it in terms of how stars Chris Tucker, Jackie Chan and director Brett Ratner reunited to bring Rush Hour 3 to life. The latest entry (set in Los Angeles and Paris) in the highly successful buddy/action franchise opens today, Aug. 10.
"I said in [the last movie] when a guy fell out of a hotel in Vegas, ‘That guy is not going to be in Rush Hour 3,'" Tucker recently recalled to TVGuide.com at the Four Seasons hotel in Bev
Jackie Chan was injured on the set of his new film, Rob-B-Hood, when a stuntman kicked him in the chest while wearing the wrong shoes, the Associated Press reports. "These things just happen," the 51-year-old martial-arts legend says on his website. However, he added that he is now considering making only period pieces in which Winona Ryder is forced to wear corsets.
The EvidenceItem: clever show idea. Item: prime-time slot. Item: Martin Landau.
Figure it out yet? Me neither. The evidence above seems to be a solid formula for quality television, but if you actually watched this show, you probably don't even care. Now if you do care, it's likely because you figured out who the murderer was, or you enjoyed Mr. Landau saying "item." Or you own DVDs of both Rush Hour films. And thus we've entered the vortex that is mid-season prime-time dramas. Fun to watch how Hollywood tries to reel us in, sad to watch when it doesn't work. There, I said it. The interactive-viewer thing they're trying may have worked fo
Question: I have a question about the beautiful actress Zhang Ziyi, who was in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. But in Memoirs of a Geisha, she was called Ziyi Zhang. What gives, and what’s her first name?
Answer: Zhang Ziyi’s first name is Ziyi, but in many Asian cultures it’s traditional to give the surname first. Given that for the bulk of human history, the most important thing you could know about a person — in both the East and the West — was who his or her family was, I’m surprised that this order isn’t the norm everywhere. But in the West, the standard name format is surname last (generally a patronymic — the father’s name) and given name first. Miss Zhang appears to have adopted the Western order as part of her bid for international stardom; Americans especially have a problem with “weird” names. That