PARIS (Reuters) – The under-representation of women in Hollywood behind the camera is an “embarrassment”, American actor and activist Geena Davis said at France’s Deauville Film Festival.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Renée Zellweger said she felt a “sense of responsibility” to portray the late singer Judy Garland as authentically as possible in the movie “Judy,” which was shown at the Toronto
By Melissa Fares and Sarah White NEW YORK/PARIS (Reuters) – Luxury brands and retailers are increasingly collaborating with celebrities, including style bloggers and Instagram stars, to help design
LONDON (Reuters) – Canadian author Margaret Atwood said a deterioration in women’s rights in some parts of the world including in the United States prompted her to write a sequel to her best-selling
By Jayson Mansaray LONDON (Reuters) – Get out the tiaras and the best china.
By Alexis Akwagyiram LAGOS (Reuters) – “Oya!” shouts the director in Nigerian Pidgin English. Actors take their marks. Lighting blinks on. The film crew snaps into action after the order to hurry up.
TORONTO (Reuters) – Actors Christian Bale and Matt Damon say they have a newfound respect for racecar drivers after making “Ford v Ferrari”, based on the true story of the battle between the car
PARIS (Reuters) – Donning face paint and holding glittery signs, fans of Taylor Swift flocked to Paris on Monday for the American pop star’s “City of Lover” concert.
By Moira Warburton TORONTO (Reuters) – ‘The Goldfinch’ felt the pressure to live up to the award-winning book upon which the film is based, members of the cast and crew said at the Toronto Film