The long-awaited trailer for GTA 6 will be released next week, leading to speculation that the game will return to Vice City.
Cinema of the United States News & Breaking Stories
Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger dies at 100. He shaped global politics, won Nobel Peace Prize, and visited China at 100.
Melissa Barrera was fired from Scream VII over criticism of Israel, part of Hollywood's ongoing Israel-Palestine divisions. Variety reports.
Susan Sarandon supports antisemitic attacks on Jews, causing backlash in Hollywood. UTA drops her from agency after her controversial comments.
Amber Heard is missing from 'Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom' trailer, sparking fan backlash amid her ongoing legal battle with Johnny Depp.
Ferrari's Carlos Sainz stopped after hitting a loose drain cover at the Las Vegas Grand Prix, causing the cancellation of practice.
Magneto playing me? The incredible story of Thomas Rongen, American Samoa, Next Goal Wins, The Rock, Michael F'n Fassbender
Longtime coach Thomas Rongen reflects on his story being adapted for a film directed by Taika Waititi in an interview with GOAL.
Students at Georgetown University and other college campuses are organizing to protest Starbucks on Red Cup Day. The Red Cup Rebellion is growing.
Actor Lukas Gage and hairstylist Chris Appleton went from dating to marriage and now separation. Here's every detail about their relationship.
82-year-old transhumanist faces up to 40 years in prison for sexual assault. Former fashion mogul Peter Nygard has more trials ahead.
Jay Penske, CEO of Variety's parent company Penske Media Corporation, mourns the loss of close friend and producer Kevin Turen.
Bethlehem native Daniel Roebuck returns home to film a holiday movie, "Saint Nick of Bethlehem," to be released by Christmas 2024.
Dolly Parton's new lodge HeartSong opened at Dollywood. Parton shared her love for family and her spiritual and creative energy.
Superstar Sylvester Stallone's cinematic journey is explored in the documentary "Sly," which offers insight into his iconic franchises but ultimately falls short.
The next installment in the Planet of the Apes franchise, titled "Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes," will feature a new ape protagonist named Noa, played by Owen Teague. The film will also star Freya Allan, Peter Macon, Travis Jeffrey, Neil Sandilands, Sara Wiseman, Ras-Samuel Welda'abzgi, and William H. Macy. The movie is set to release on May 24, 2024.
Schitt's Creek star Emily Hampshire apologises for insensitive Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Halloween costume
'Schitt's Creek' star Emily Hampshire apologizes for dressing up as Johnny Depp and Amber Heard for Halloween, calling it "thoughtless and insensitive."
Actor-singer Jack Black surprises crowd at SAG-AFTRA fundraiser by stripping shirtless and singing Taylor Swift's 'Anti-Hero'.
'The Walking Dead' Star Erik Jensen Receives Unwavering Support from Cast and Crew Amid Stage 4 Cancer Diagnosis
"The Walking Dead" and "Mr. Robot" actor Erik Jensen has been diagnosed with Stage 4 colorectal cancer. A GoFundMe page has been set up to raise money for his treatment as his family struggles financially amid the ongoing actors' strike.
Oscar-nominated actor Piper Laurie dies at 91. She starred in acclaimed roles and took a break from acting for a "more meaningful" life.
Striking Hollywood Actors Cancel Picket Lines on Hamas' 'Day of Jihad' Due to 'Potential Safety Concerns'
Hollywood actors cancel picketing due to safety concerns, possibly related to Hamas' "Day of Jihad" worldwide demonstrations.
Israel vows to maintain its siege on Gaza until hostages are released, causing a growing humanitarian crisis in the region.
The adaptation of the book "Big Vape: The Incendiary Rise of Juul" into a Netflix series explores the unintended consequences of Big Tech.
"Fair Play" is a gripping and intense thriller about a finance power couple navigating fractured egos and power dynamics.
"Google Pixel 8 Pro and Pixel 8 unveiled with prices and release date in India. Available for pre-order on Flipkart."
Ron DeSantis insults University of Florida's football team at California Republican Party event to rally presidential campaign support.
Screen star Sophia Loren, 89, underwent emergency hip surgery after a fall at her home in Switzerland. She remains hospitalized.
The Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) have reached a tentative agreement to end the nearly five-month-long US writers' strike.
Sylvester Stallone returns for "Expendables 4," but the film fails to impress with weak characterization, underused actors, and poor direction.
Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness announce separation after 27 years of marriage, citing individual growth. Privacy requested during transition.
The SEC fined Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's NFT-based web series, Stoner Cats, $1 million for unregistered securities.
Convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante was captured after a manhunt involving thermal imaging cameras and search dogs. He had escaped from prison and was on the run for over 2 weeks.
Netflix is an "evil genius" that has changed the media landscape and is best positioned to survive Hollywood strikes.
Super Bowl advertisers achieved significant gains in engagement and effectiveness, according to research by EDO. Advertisers spent $3.7bn on ads during the NFL regular season, which had an engagement rate 20% higher than the broadcast primetime average. During the playoffs, advertisers spent $632m, achieving an engagement rate 19% higher than the primetime average. Super Bowl LVII saw advertisers spend $757m, with an engagement rate 221% higher than the primetime average. The NFL had five of the top ten programs for TV advertising effectiveness, with Thanksgiving Day and Thursday Night Football games proving particularly impactful.
Jimmy Fallon addresses allegations of a "toxic workplace" on his show, apologizing to staff and expressing his desire for inclusivity and fun.
Shah Rukh Khan returns with a high-octane action thriller, 'Jawan', where he plays a man seeking justice in society.
"Flash actor Ezra Miller arrested in karaoke brawl, charged with disorderly conduct and harassment. Shocking details emerge."
Release of "Dune 2" may be delayed until 2024 due to a sandworm, causing speculation about other film releases.
Hozier discusses the legacy of Sinéad O'Connor's protest and the relevance of his song "Take Me to Church."
Bradley Cooper enjoys a day at the Tuileries Funfair with his daughter, Lea, amid rumors of ex-partner Irina Shayk's date night.
Ashley Olsen and her husband, Louis Eisner, welcomed a baby boy several months ago after getting married in secret.
Alia Bhatt's Hollywood debut, Heart of Stone, disappoints audience with lukewarm response and negative reviews on social media.
Hollywood continues to disappoint with its latest adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula," as "The Last Voyage of the Demeter" falls flat.
Clint Eastwood's former lover, Roxanne Tunis, has died at the age of 93 after a brief illness. Tunis and Eastwood had a 14-year affair while he was married to his first wife.
Controversial blog post criticizes the Trea Turner ovation, calling it artificial and questioning its impact on mental health.
"Watch the highest-grossing movie of 2023, The Super Mario Bros. Movie, now available on Peacock. Starring Chris Pratt and Charlie Day."
Rudy Giuliani's shocking and disturbing conversations about Hollywood actors, including Matt Damon and Chris Pratt, are revealed in transcripts of a sexual assault and harassment lawsuit.
Priyanka Chopra Supermoon Sightseeing with Daughter Malti Marie in Adorable Pics - Fans Call Them Cutest
"Priyanka Chopra shares adorable pic with daughter looking at supermoon, leaving fans mesmerized. Netizens call them the cutest duo."
"Arrow" star Stephen Amell expresses frustration over Hollywood strike, calling it a reductive negotiating tactic that he does not support.
Michelle Yeoh, the Hollywood star known for her roles in Bond films and Crazy Rich Asians, has married former Ferrari chief Jean Todt in a ceremony in Geneva. The couple had been engaged for 6,992 days before tying the knot. Yeoh recently made history as the first Asian to win the Academy Award for best actress.
"Breaking: Kevin Spacey Acquitted of UK Sexual Assault Charges - Shocking Twist in High-Profile Case!"
Kevin Spacey acquitted of sex offences, plans career comeback.
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The Vibrant Realm of US Cinema News
Isn't it fascinating how the world of film, notably the cinema of the United States, has chronicled our collective human experiences with such vigour and charm? It's like stepping into a rollercoaster, brimming with astonishing narratives, unexpected twists and turns all tap-danced on the stage lit up by enchanting aesthetics.
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Lights! Camera! Action!
Coverage in US Cinema chiefly includes new releases. Who could resist that thrill when they unveil upcoming blockbusters or independent gems? Reviews form another quintessential part of this category - after all, don’t we all crave an inside scoop before investing two hours into a flick?
The People Behind The Glamour
Fascinatingly though, news about cinema isn't exclusively focused on just films. Insightful interviews make their rounds as well. From directors sharing creative instincts behind a meticulous shot framing to actors describing their journey getting 'into character'. Isn't it almost magical being privy to these intimate dialogues that reveal more about these juggernauts who shape culture immeasurably from behind the scenes?
Awards Season & Beyond
And then there is no escape from awards season – breathless reports tracking Oscar nods or Golden Globe wins. I mean who doesn’t get excited watching artists basking in much-deserved recognition for their work? Equally absorbing are discussions around global festivals where films make waves way before general release.