In the 1960s, the British Invasion brought bowl haircuts and rock-n-roll to U.S. shores with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Fifty years on, a new assault is coming, led by iconic U.K. characters featured on TV shows.
When the star of “Anna Nicole” arrived at the opera’s opening-night party, she was almost incognito. That is, her blond hair and chest were, compared to her character’s, rather flat.
Filming the vigilante drama “Harry Brown” challenged Emily Mortimer ’s views on crime.
Derided by Vanity Fair as “the Jay Leno of news anchors,” Jeff Daniels’s charm-challenged news anchor Will McElvoy is tired of playing it safe and dumbing it down.
In “ Harry Brown ,” Michael Caine does a surprising turn as an elderly British widower seeking revenge for the murder of his best friend by teenage punks terrorizing their rundown apartment complex.
The title character of “Our Idiot Brother” is an organic farmer so naive that he sells pot to a uniformed cop who tells him it’s for his personal use.
The civil rights-era drama “The Help” remained No. 1 for a second weekend in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $14.5 million for Walt Disney Co. and Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks Studios SKG.
Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” is an enchanting gift from one movie magician to another.
The civil rights-era drama “The Help” remained No. 1 for a second weekend in U.S. and Canadian theaters, taking in $14.3 million for Walt Disney Co. and Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks Studios SKG.
The story of Queen Elizabeth II ’s stammering dad would never have hit the movie screens -- let alone snagged a dozen Oscar nominations -- if it weren’t for the filmmaker’s mom.