In 'The Report,' setting the record on torture straight

NEW YORK (AP) — The unredacted Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA's detention and enhanced interrogation program runs approximately 6,700 pages and includes some 38,000 footnotes. It does...

LaBeouf thought he was finished, then he wrote 'Honey Boy'

NEW YORK (AP) — While in court-mandated rehab following his viral-videoed, racist-ranting 2017 arrest for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct, Shia LaBeouf put his childhood reflections into scr...

A CGI James Dean is cast in new film, sparking an outcry

NEW YORK (AP) — James Dean hasn't been alive in 64 years, but the "Rebel Without a Cause" actor has been cast in a new film about the Vietnam War. The filmmakers behind the independe...

Review: 'Last Christmas' isn't the rom-com cliche it appears

Paul Feig's "Last Christmas" looks every bit like your standard holiday romantic-comedy, but it has some surprises under its gauzy wrapping. Kate (Emilia Clarke) works in a year-roun...

Review: 'Doctor Sleep' is just a shadow of 'The Shining'

NEW YORK (AP) — Here, again, is Johnny. Our glimpses of Jack Torrance are fleeting in Michael Flanagan's "The Shining" sequel, "Doctor Sleep," but Stanley Kubrick's colossal 1980 hor...

Theater owners: 'The Irishman' 'deserved better' release

NEW YORK (AP) — Martin Scorsese's crime epic "The Irishman" landed in theaters Friday, but not nearly enough of them say theater owners. Netflix was unable to come to terms with the ...

Cynthia Erivo on becoming Harriet Tubman

TORONTO (AP) — British actress Cynthia Erivo is relatively small in stature. In person, she is earnest and genial. In performance, the 32-year-old can appear achingly vulnerable. And if you're not pay...

Review: In 'Motherless Brooklyn,' 'Chinatown' goes East

Jonathan Lethem's novel about a private eye with Tourette's syndrome, "Motherless Brooklyn," starts with a brilliant burst of uncontrolled profanity and an explanation of its protagonist's condition. ...

Scorsese, De Niro and Pacino on time and 'The Irishman'

NEW YORK (AP) — They come into the room not like the moveable Mount Rushmore that they but like three old friends, energized by being in each other's company. They are chatting about movies. ...

Robert Evans, iconic producer of 'Chinatown,' dies at 89

NEW YORK (AP) — Robert Evans, the protean and fast-living Hollywood producer who backed such seminal 1970s films as "Chinatown," ''The Godfather" and "Harold and Maude," has died. He was 89. ...

Pattinson and Dafoe on the oddities of 'The Lighthouse'

TORONTO (AP) — "Weird" is a vague and imprecise word but it's probably fair to say it can be applied to a boxy black-and-white movie about the feverish psychological battles and explicit mermaid-infus...

In Scorsese and Coppola, Marvel meets formidable foes

NEW YORK (AP) — It's not exactly the stuff of "Stop the presses!" that some of the greatest filmmakers in the world have misgivings about the rise of the superhero film and its outsized place in our f...

Review: In 'Mistress of Evil,' Maleficent plays mom

For a moment, "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" seems poised to turn into a wonderful take on "Father of the Bride" only with fangs and wings. Princess Aurora (Elle Fanning), the beauty...

In 'Jojo Rabbit,' Waititi attempts his boldest balancing act

TORONTO (AP) — Taika Waititi could have made just about anything after the success of "Thor: Ragnarok." But he used his industry capital to make the Nazi satire "Jojo Rabbit." It's a...

Gerwig talks ‘Little Women’ for academy’s women initiative

NEW YORK (AP) — With a new awards season underway, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences hosted a luncheon Wednesday supporting female filmmakers and celebrating the women behind Greta Gerw...