All smiles to begin her work day, Amber Heard arrived on the set of "When I Live My Life Over Again" on Wednesday (April 23) in New York City.
Casually clad in skinnies and a plaid shirt under a black jacket, the future Mrs. Johnny Depp fueled up with some java as she waited for filming to begin.
Ready to start a day of work, Kate Beckinsale arrived on the set of "Absolutely Anything" on Wednesday (April 23) in London.
Bundled up against the chilly air, the English actress checked her phone as she prepared for filming.
Fans of the popular books "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" may soon have a new reason to be excited, as a third film in the series is said to be in the works!
On Wednesday (April 23), Alloy Entertainment announced that it is developing the final book in the Ann Brashares written series in to a new motion picture.
Landing some big content, Amazon Prime will now carry archived shows from HBO in its line-up.
The two companies announced the deal, which will feature fan favorites such as “The Sopranos,” "Deadwood” and “Big Love,” on Wednesday (April 23).
Hard at work on a Tuesday (April 22), Jennifer Aniston shot scenes for her new film "Cake" in Los Angeles.
Dressed down for the role in a white tee and a grey sweater, the "Friends" alum kept the sun off with a wide brimmed hat between scenes.
She's played some remarkable women during her career, and now Jessica Chastain may soon have the chance to play an American icon.
According to The Wrap, the Golden Globe winner is in talks to take on the role of Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik's "Blonde."
It’s been in shattering records since its November release, so it is no surprise that “Frozen” has broken yet another one.
The Disney animated tale just became the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time with a $1.129 billion worldwide box office total.
Taking us a bit deeper into the film, The Weinstein Company released a new trailer for "The Giver" on Monday (April 21).
The 60 second clip shows what happens when the title character (Jeff Bridges) starts messing with the balance of the Utopian future.
Filming movies isn’t all fun and games, as Blake Lively learned on Tuesday (April 21) when she suffered a minor injury on the set of “The Age of Adaline” in Vancouver, BC.
The “Gossip Girl” beauty slipped and fell down a hill while shooting a scene, cutting hand in the process.
Heading in an entirely new direction, Sony is reportedly eyeing Danny Boyle to direct its upcoming Steve Jobs biopic.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the production company couldn’t work out a deal with David Fincher and so it has moved into talks with the “Slumdog Millionaire” mastermind.