Time magazine's new cover — featuring the president being forced to face immigrant children — is very real, and it's all over the internet today. Celebrities including Julianne Moore, Katie Holmes, and Olivia Wilde have shared the powerful image.
Alyssa Milano and her No Rifle Association (NoRA) coalition aren't backing down as they take Bank of America to task for failing to keep their promise to stop financing military-type firearms for civilian use.
Like in plenty suburbia-set movies of the past (think American Beauty, The Stepford Wives, Happiness, and of course, The 'Burbs), there’s some serious foul play at work in 'Suburbicon.'
"I refused," the Oscar-winning actresses wrote of her alleged interactions with the director, who has been accused of sexual misconduct.
Acclaimed filmmaker Todd Haynes reveals why he decided to make a PG film for and about kids, "Wonderstruck" ... and what inspired it.
Celebrities are banding together to #RejectTheNRA in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting — and they have a very specific plan to do so.
Julianne Moore, Robert DeNiro & David O. Russell Support Amazon for Axing Harvey Weinstein-Produced Series
First full preview introduces film's protagonists, a pair of deaf children living 50 years apart.
Matt Damon stars as weaselly, amateur family-man criminal in the U.S. suburbs of 1959 in the Coen brothers-penned film that's a close cousin to "Fargo."
George Clooney on upcoming 'Suburbicon': "Less funny and a lot angrier" than Coen Brothers version. "It seems like a good time for a film that feels angry"
New trailer for 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle,' directed by Matthew Vaughn, with Taron Egerton, Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore, Channing Tatum, Halle Berry
Julianne Moore lit up the Empire State Building to honor National Gun Violence Awareness Day with Everytown for Gun Safety.
Julianne Moore's child co-stars hold spotlight in 'Wonderstruck,' Todd Haynes' enthralling adaptation of Brian Selznick illustrated novel for young readers
Movie's costar reunites with director Matthew Vaughn, who was producer on the two Guy Ritchie films that raised the actor's international profile; posts photo with Julianne Moore
Richard Glatzer, who courageously battled the debilitating effects of ALS as he wrote and directed the Julianne Moore film 'Still Alice' with his husband, Wash Westmoreland, has died.