Todd Phillips to direct, Martin Scorsese reportedly tapped to produce
Rolling Stone's film critic pays tribute to the innovative, misunderstood comedian who became a bona fide moviemaking genius
He was a comedy hall-of-famer and groundbreaking filmmaker – Scorsese's movie proved Lewis was a screen artist with an astounding range
"Legendary entertainer Jerry Lewis passed away peacefully today of natural causes at 91 at his home with family by his side," family says in statement
How Steven Soderbergh's extraordinary new movie sticks to the golden rules of making a great caper movie – and improves them
Lead role to be played by woman in Annie Clark's adaptation of Oscar Wilde novel
Actor admits he "always wanted" to portray 007 one more time but "needed a break"
Long-awaited film about Los Angeles grunge pioneers will screen in select cities this fall
Noah Baumbach's new film about dysfunctional New York family also stars Dustin Hoffman, Emma Thompson
'I Love You, Daddy' will premiere at Toronto International Film Festival
Jessica Chastian stars as infamous "Poker Princess" in 'West Wing' writer's directorial debut
Woman lost control of motorcycle while filming stunt, crashed through ground floor window of nearby Shaw Tower, local news reports
Macabre film imagines a game show where contestants kill themselves before live studio audiences
"I've had a younger male lead ostracize me and bring up fake issues just to try and put me in my place" actress says of gender inequality in Hollywood
Comedian reveals lesser-known past time – fine art – in 'Jim Carrey: I Needed Color'