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Aliens star Sigourney Weaver isn't "arrogant enough" to dismiss the idea of extra-terrestrials.
Streaming video has hit a watershed moment with HBO announcing it will launch a standalone streaming service in 2015 to deliver hit shows.
Veteran film director Stephen Frears who made movies such as Philomena and The Queen has been honoured with a fellowship of the British Film Institute.
It could have been an archaeological dig to change history – a giant sphinx pulled from the sands of California.
James Brown's life, his gift and his legacy should make for fascinating and engaging viewing, and this film just isn't.
Actor Warwick Davis is set to make his return to the Star Wars franchise for the latest sci-fi instalment.
Despite being rather formulaic and long-winded in its delivery, the film has some rousing moments and universally good performances.
Filmmaker Ridley Scott is developing a new TV drama about the Ebola epidemic.
Actress Mila Kunis has launched her own TV production company and signed a deal with ABC Studios.
Hollywood's former Batman, Michael Keaton, would reprise the superhero role "in a heartbeat" if director Tim Burton agreed to return.
New Wonder Woman Gal Godot is now set to head back in time to play the female lead in the Ben-Hur remake.
Check out the new character posters for Sir Peter Jackson's upcoming film The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Starship Troopers star Neil Patrick Harris will host the 2015 Academy Awards.
Warner Bros has detailed their DC movies plan with Ezra Miller playing The Flash and Zack Snyder directing two Justice League films.
Annabelle's feature-length film ends up far less satisfying than her smaller section of The Conjuring.
Harry Potter author JK Rowling is working on three new wizard-based movies to be released starting in 2016, Warner Bros has announced.
X-Files star Gillian Anderson has made a public plea to be cast in the revamp of sci-fi comedy classic Ghostbusters.
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