The series cuts between Cary Grant’s humble English beginnings and later Hollywood success.
Cary Grant’s films offer complicated and contrasting visions of what it means to be a man.
Halloween’s influence is transforming popular festivities around Día de los Muertos and its ceremonial customs in rural and urban areas of Mexico in some fascinating ways.
As Hollywood continues to reckon with its past, Vivien Leigh’s story is a reminder of the challenges faced by women, even the most successful ones.
Britain has lost one of its greatest actors in the Irish-born star who found fame in Dennis Potter’s groundbreaking TV drama The Singing Detective.
Before a revolution can take place, the oppressed first have to recognize that they actually do not have many rights.
Studios say the number is unrealistic − that it amounts to actors not assuming any financial risk for content that flops. But actors simply want to adapt existing payout models to changing technology.
What does it say about the online media ecosystem when the end of a 146-day strike is buried under headlines and posts about Swift’s budding romance with NFL star Travis Kelce?
In letters to the judge, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis asked for Masterson to be shown leniency based on his supposedly good character.
The movie offers both Hollywood history and Cruise’s presence as weapons of human resistance to the hazards of AI in filmmaking.
Two very distinct legal processes are at issue in the Michael Oher case.
Publishers and studios routinely pay large sums to acquire ‘life story rights.’ Two law scholars explain why the phrase is misleading.
New Hollywood filmmaker William Friedkin, director of The Exorcist and The French Connection, has died at 87.
What would you do if the industry you work in could clone your skills, style and even the way you look and sound?
Given the hypocritical and exploitative treatment of artists by entertainment industries, do we really have moral obligations to pay for streaming services?
Hollywood has been using artificial intelligence for 20 years. But the current actors’ and writers’ strikes are specifically concerned about generative AI.
We readily accept these body modifications to be part of the preparation for the role without necessarily considering the potentially long-term physical and mental health consequences.
Reagan is the only union leader to serve as US President. Paradoxically, he was also one of the most aggressively anti-union presidents of the 20th century.
The Hollywood actors’ strike is a watershed moment for the entertainment industry, marking a turning point for the future of labour in the arts.
Some of the ways that streaming has transformed the industry are jeopardizing actors’ livelihoods.