Claude Rae

  • ‘Power Rangers’ Movie Finds Its Pink Ranger

    The new “Power Rangers” film has found its Pink Ranger in Naomi Scott. The film revealed the casting on its official Twitter and Instagram accounts. BIG #PowerRangers movie news – @naomiscott is playing the Pink Ranger! Follow @PowerRangersMovie on Instagram! — Power…

  • Rick Moranis Wants to Act Again, Just Not in Ghostbusters

    Rick Moranis unofficially retired nearly two decades ago, after his wife died of breast cancer in 1997, and he made the career switch from actor to stay-at-home single parent. Now the '80s star says he's ready for a comeback but doesn't want it to involve Ghostbusters (he played accountant Louis…
  • 6 Crappy Marvel Movies That Are Not Worth Watching

    Marvel once made a movie featuring a human-duck romance. And that's not the worst of it. Read about the comic book company's worst cinematic attempts before the MCU.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • ‘Game Of Thrones’ Shatters Emmy Record For Wins In A Year – Update

    UPDATE with later wins:   Game Of Thrones , the HBO drama based on George R. R. Martin’s books, made some history at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards. With its win for David Nutter in the Best Directing Drama category, the period drama reached 12 Emmys this year – the most any series has won in a…

    Deadline2 mins ago
  • Feminist drama 'Suffragette' opens London Film Festival

    The London Film Festival opened Wednesday with "Suffragette", the story of Britain's feminist movement that fought for women's voting rights in the early 20th century. "This is such an important movie," said Meryl Streep, one of the film's stars, at a press conference in London. The three-time…

    AFP45 mins ago
  • 'Steve Jobs' Movie: A Who's Who Guide to Apple's Early Days

    The movie "Steve Jobs" focuses on the Apple co-founder, but there are other people depicted in the film who also played a part in helping shape the company's history.

    ABC News
  • Actor Randy Quaid detained in Canada: report

    U.S. actor Randy Quaid was arrested in Montreal by Canada Border Services Agency officials, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp reported on Wednesday. Quaid had sought asylum in Canada in 2010, claiming that business associates sought to harm him. Evi Quaid, the actor's wife, told CBC her husband was…

  • Nielsen’s NRG Takers Slimming As New Tracking Measures Unveiled

    EXCLUSIVE: The Nielsen Co.’s movie research arm National Research Group is still on the block and the number of suitors is said to be slimming down. NRG is one of the largest companies in entertainment that provides market research (film tracking) to the movie studios. In June, Nielsen hired banker…

  • Kodak Names Steve Bellamy President of Motion Picture and Entertainment

    In an endorsement of its showbiz commitments — and of celluloid — Kodak has appointed Steve Bellamy as its new president of Motion Picture and Entertainment. “Kodak has always been driven by bringing innovation to a wide range of industries, and Steve Bellamy will help us deliver leading creative…

  • Spike Lee on Oscar speech: 'Gonna try to keep positive'

    NEW YORK (AP) — Spike Lee says he hasn't had time yet to plan what he'll say when he gets his honorary Oscar next month — he's busy trying to finish up his new movie, "Chiraq," for a year-end release. But he promises he's "gonna try to keep positive."

    Associated Press
  • NBCUniversal's Ron Meyer Reveals His Biggest Career Regret

    His company's Universal Pictures has had the biggest year in the history of Hollywood studios, but Meyer still longs for the one that got away: "I said no to 'Titanic.' That was a colossal error."

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Australian Films Have Best Ever Year at Local Box Office

    Screen Australia says diversity is helping, launches call for more family fare.

  • Review: 'Malala' is a gripping story, eloquently told

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Many people know the basic elements of the story of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager who was the youngest person ever to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. But "He Named Me Malala" retells that story in a deft and affecting way. Director Davis Guggenheim, who made the…

    Associated Press
  • Flemish Director Robin Pront Signs With WME & Anonymous Content

    EXCLUSIVE:  Young Flemish director Robin Pront has signed with WME and Anonymous Content following the world premiere of his debut feature The Ardennes at the Toronto Film Festival. The film is about two bandit brothers — one fresh from prison, the other eager to escape their criminal past — who…

  • Christina Aguilera Confirmed For ‘The Voice’ Season 10

    It’s official: Christina Aguilera will join fellow coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams for Season 10 of The Voice , NBC confirmed today. The 10th season will begin in February. The Voice is averaging a 3.5 rating, 11 share in adults 18-49 and 12.6 million viewers overall in…

  • Relativity And Ryan Kavanaugh Face Challenges In Keeping International Partners On-Board

    EXCLUSIVE:  Ryan Kavanaugh may yet get his beloved Relativity back- at least its film operations- but even if the bankruptcy judge does approve the deal, the flame haired mogul has some major making-up to do with his international partners. A significant element of Relativity’s business model has…

  • A Minute With: Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks walking 'The Walk'

    By Jill Serjeant NEW YORK (Reuters) - Heights don't scare Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which came in handy when the actor was tasked with recreating Frenchman Philippe Petit's audacious 1974 high-wire walk between the roofs of New York's Twin Towers in the movie "The Walk." The former "3rd Rock from the…