There are all kinds of movies for all kinds of people at this year's premier Park City-set independent film fest. Here they are, grouped by recurring themes.
If the whole "spying for the Soviet Union" thing doesn't work out, at least the Jenningses could open up their own wig emporium.
“I've always wanted to ejaculate, but that has never happened,” Cho, host of All About Sex, told BuzzFeed News.
The Homeland alum relied on two decades of invaluable Hollywood lessons to tackle lead roles in a pair of new television projects, BBC Two's period drama Wolf Hall and Showtime's high-finance pilot Billions.
Jane the Virgin showrunner Jennie Urman told BuzzFeed News that it was important for the show to deal with a possible deportation. "The hope is by personalizing this issue, and playing it out through beloved characters, we can make the political, personal... and hopefully raise consciousness, and compassion," Urman wrote in an email. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
UPDATE: After initially passing on streaming The Interview, Netflix announced it will carry the controversial film beginning Jan. 24.
UPDATED: With $5.9 million in theaters added to its $40 million in VOD sales, the film's profitability still remains very much an open question.
Straight from Toys "R" Us.
From Selena to Gigli to her latest movie, The Boy Next Door, Jennifer Lopez reflects on her nearly two-decade film career.
Posh and murderous, The Originals' Elijah, Klaus, and Rebekah Mikaelson make slaughtering enemies look like art.
It stars Elizabeth Hurley and Joan Collins, and it looks trashy as hell.
We're sorry we ever doubted you, Friends. H/T Bustle.
If you want to avoid spoilers, please run away now.
Have you been to that new artisanal mayonnaise shop?
What America’s most popular war movie says about our nation’s continued alienation from the front lines. Warning: Spoiler ahead.
Clint Eastwood's Oscar-nominated, controversial biopic of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle has shattered numerous box office records.
Joe Manganiello will also star alongside Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts on Scream Queens, Fox's 15-episode comedy-horror anthology.
"I would love to see and look forward to see a greater cultural diversity among all our nominees in all of our categories," Cheryl Boone Isaacs said.
Hermione Granger and the Goddamn Patriarchy.
Will the Academy make the right call? Watch and determine which title should receive Hollywood's highest film honor.
"I was a victim of my instincts," the Force Majeure director told BuzzFeed News. "I wanted to win, and my emotions took over."
“I just want to get real and say the honest truth,” Wilmore told BuzzFeed News of his new Comedy Central show The Nightly Show.
This isn't just another telenovela. It's way better!
If you're looking to cast the next live TV musical, you might want to start here. Yes, theater freaks, you know all of this already.
The new movie about the lovable bear isn't just adorable, it's very much an immigrant tale.
Robert Greenblatt, NBC's entertainment chairman, spoke publicly for the first time on Friday about how the network's Bill Cosby sitcom blew up.
"Today is Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, so it got me thinking about our need to build the strength of diversity in our industry," the actor said as she accepted her MVP Award on Thursday, the same day the Oscar nominations were revealed with the whitest roster in years.
Director Michael Mann's cybercrime thriller is a lot of beautiful sequences that add up to an alarmingly dull whole.
This just in: Women haven't made any progress in film in 17 years.
Now that we know the contenders for this year's Academy Awards, here are the overlooked films, actors, writers, directors, and composers, who deserved more attention.
The Academy Award nominations are out and they're predominately white this year. Now, this hashtag is leading to funny and thoughtful commentary.
It's kinda like Congress, so the following should come as no surprise.
Selma was snubbed in the acting and directing categories, and the fact that one film was left bearing the burdens of diversity in this year's awards race — the whitest in nearly 20 years — is a big problem. A BuzzFeed Entertainment conversation.
No Best Animated Feature nomination for The LEGO Movie?! And only two nominations for Selma?!
After more than 100 episodes, writer-executive producer Sarah Watson considers the end of the beloved and bittersweet NBC family drama and looks back at how she was saved by Parenthood. “Let’s go home.”
She's, like, really f***ing excited.
All of these women would like to thank the Academy.
Almost like he saw it coming...
Cancel the Oscars, Dick Poop's already won.