The cult-classic TV show "Arrested Development" is returning, with 9 or 10 TV episodes that would reintroduce all the characters and ultimately lead into a movie.
According to an epidemiologist, the deadly pandemic virus in the blockbuster film "Contagion" could happen in real life.
In honor of 10-year anniversary of 9/11, Jules and Gedeon Naudet recently remade their 2002 documentary, re-interviewing some of the firefighters from the first film.
Long time resident Harry Shearer takes a 180 degree shift from his comedy career to write and direct a new documentary about New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
A $200,000 Picasso sketch, a $350,000 Fernand Léger and 11 paintings valued at $387,000 have all been stolen in the past month.
Actor Andy Serkis on the artistry involved in playing motion capture characters, like the leader of the ape revolution, Caesar.
A new documentary contends that author Ken Kesey's legendary cross-country road trip kicked off the psychedelic 1960s.
The stars and writer-director Tate Taylor discuss their film about black maids in 1960s segregated Mississippi.
Journalist Erica Rowell documents the films of Joel and Ethan Coen in 'The Brothers Grim: The Films of Joel and Ethan Coen.'
A preview of this week's new releases: 'Crazy Stupid Love,' 'The Smurfs' and 'Cowboys & Aliens.'