Christian Bale was nearly unrecognizable when he landed at Los Angeles Intl. Airport on Sunday sporting a beard and a bald head, US Weekly reports.
It's long been said that the Star Trek movies work on an unwritten rule that the odd numbered ones wind up being disappointments and the even numbered ones wind up being the ones that are worth watching.
Ride It Out is based "Twister," a 1996 film starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton.
He's played a science-fiction hero, policeman and even Hamlet. But now actor Keanu Reeves is taking on a new role - as director of a contemporary martial arts movie aimed at both Chinese and Western audiences.
Justin Bieber took home two trophies at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night, but he certainly wasn't a winner when it came to the audience vote.
Woody Allen once again hits the right notes to capture both the essence of humanity and the wonders of a miraculous citya€¦this time Rome.
No label: model Laura Wells is called plus sized. She's seen here shooting with photographer Natalie in Pyrmont, Sydney.
Mason and Emma are the most popular baby names in Pennsylvania for 2012, according to Social Security data.
Jennifer Lawrence is alluring in blue body paint as the superhero Mystique in "X-Men: Days of Future Past." On May 20, director Bryan Singer tweeted a first look at Lawrence getting the final touches on her body-painted costume.
James Bond's geiger counter wristwatch from hit movie Thunderball has turned up following years of mystery about its whereabouts after it was found at a car boot sale.
The idea came screeching into director Justin Lin's fuel-injected imagination in 2009: a fiery escape scene featuring a muscle car that crashes out of an airplane during takeoff.
After a relationship of three years, it seems that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have broken up.
This is what became of the Hollywood hunk who made women swoon in his turn in action thriller "Speed." Looks like Keanu has been allowing himself to relax and indulge as he does less acting.
May 17, 2013 - MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Film, stage and television actor Rudy Ramos will perform a reading of Geronimo, Life on the Reservation at the Memphis Film Festival during the weekend of June 13-15, 2013.
Folk music, Greenwich Village and a quick-footed cat star in the new Coen brothers movie at the Cannes film festival on Sunday, kicking off the first of five U.S. entries with its engaging misadventures of a struggling singer.