When a celebrity runs for president, do celebrity endorsements matter? A survey of likely voters shows how tricky it can be to mix celebrity and politics.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have been endorsed by an army of celebrity supporters.
With #BlackLivesMatter and a never-ending list of African Americans being killed by police, the film ‘Do The Right Thing’ is even more relevant now than when it was released 27 years ago.
The superhero film currently appears to be the closest thing to that ever-elusive cinematic holy grail: the guaranteed box office hit.
Hollywood shirks its ethical responsibilities when it comes to vulnerable animal species.
Welcome to Disney's latest adaptation, where the only thing that's real is Mowgli.
Yet another dramatisation of the events surrounding the financial crisis that leaves a sour taste and a questionable moral lesson.
From Chris Rock's opening monologue to red carpet hits (and misses), our experts analyze key moments from this year's Academy Awards.
Luscious silks, big dresses and red soled shoes mean the same today as in Louis XIV's court. But today, different people own them.
In 1942 a man called Walter White travelled to Hollywood to try and persuade filmmakers to cut the negative stereotypes of African Americans in movies.
Illegal downloads proliferate during awards season. Are film leaks simply the cost of doing business?
Just one underrepresented minority was nominated for an Oscar this year. Is that too few? Let's look at the data.
Critiques of the Academy Awards’ lack of diversity have become a well-rehearsed response to the revelation of nominees. But this year, something might give.
Some people love to pick holes in science fiction movies, such as Star Wars, especially when they stray from science fact. But does it really matter?
100 years ago, America's infamous racist group staged a near-takeover of the nation's film and media industries. Here's how they did it.
Decades on, is HIV still a taboo subject?
Few would remember this fantasy car as a model of motoring excellence. It owes its success instead to a fantasy film that has turned 30.
The movie got some predictions right on what Doc and Marty would find when the arrive in the "future" today. But what could they find if they took another 30 year leap into the future?
By avoiding major cineplexes and going straight to Netflix subscribers, the critically acclaimed Beasts of No Nation is wading into some uncharted waters.
Researchers have suggested a new theory for why neurotic unhappiness and creativity are often found in the same person. But is the assumption that creative people are more neurotic actually true?