LONDON Amid olive trees and plenty of ABBA tunes, the musical world of "Mamma Mia" took over a London theater on Monday for the film sequel's world premiere with Oscar winner Meryl Streep and pop diva Cher among the attendees. | Video
SHANGHAI/BEIJING A Chinese blockbuster hopeful backed by Alibaba Pictures Group and with a reported budget of over $100 million, was abruptly pulled from cinemas after a lackluster opening weekend at the box office. | Video
BEIJING A low-budget Chinese movie about a leukemia patient who turns to smuggling cheaper cancer drugs from India has struck a chord with Internet users and even the country's leaders, spotlighting national anxieties about unaffordable hospital care.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - It turns out Dwayne Johnson was no match for Dracula and company.
LOS ANGELES Scarlett Johansson on Friday pulled out of a movie in which she was cast to play a transgender character following a backlash from some members of the LGBT community who believed the part should have gone to a transgender actor. | Video
LONDON British director Steve McQueen will open his first major feature since "12 Years a Slave" won an Oscar in 2013 when thriller "Widows" kicks off the BFI London Film Festival in October. | Video
PARIS The sixth installment of spy movie franchise "Mission: Impossible", which sees actor Tom Cruise leap from a military plane 25,000 feet above Paris, premiered on Thursday in the French capital. | Video
LONDON A movie is to be made of "Downton Abbey", the award-winning television period drama about a British household in the early 20th century, and the original stars will reunite for the project.
PARIS A skydiving Tom Cruise returns this month for the latest stunt-packed installment of the "Mission: Impossible" franchise, which co-star Simon Pegg promises "ups the bar" for action.
LOS ANGELES Harrison Ford's big screen return as adventurer Indiana Jones has been pushed back until 2021, Walt Disney Co announced on Tuesday, two years after the fifth movie in the action franchise was first scheduled to be released.
NEW YORK Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling labeled U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump bigoted after receiving the PEN/Allen Foundation Literary Service Award in New York. | Video