Released on the Queen frontman's 73rd birthday, “Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow” is a musical testament to "perseverance" in the face of prejudice.
Wang director resisted pressures to whitewash the film about a Chinese family.
In "Second Assault," a short film exclusively premiered by HuffPost, Jillian Corsie and Amy Rosner confront the system that failed Corsie, years after her assault.
The wonderful dramedy starring Awkwafina joins films like "Lady Bird" and "Support the Girls" in the ways they address everyday economic anxieties.
After the spoiler ban lifted for the film, Chris Evans, in particular, went nuts.
"The beauty of this project is that we as a diaspora made this film successful – and we’re just getting started as a diaspora," the actress said.
The actress' co-star in the 2002 film, Shane West, offered some kind words about his longtime friend at the ceremony.
Jordan Peele discusses how he taps into fear to drive his storytelling in his films “Us” and “Get Out.”
The "Lady Bird" star opened up about her own sexuality at the film's SXSW premiere.
Marvel leads nominations in the motion picture categories for the 50th anniversary of the awards show.
Universal Pictures president Peter Cramer said the young actress "offers a unique perspective as a creator and producer that will resonate with all audiences."
Chadwick Boseman delivered a powerful speech about what it means to be "young, gifted and black."
The 1898 short silent film was recently added to the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry for its historic significance.
The singer-songwriter will play the civil rights activist who co-founded Ms. magazine with Steinem in “The Glorias: A Life On The Road."
Films with female leads, like “Wonder Woman” and “Moana,” performed better on average than those starring men.
‘Whitey’ Bulger was of the nation’s most notorious gangsters, a perfect subject for mobster movies.