- Kristen Stewart, Idris Elba in Venice Film Festival lineup Updated: Jul-29-15 10:37 am
LONDON - This year's Venice Film Festival will include Kristen Stewart in a sci-fi romance, Idris Elba at war and a thriller starring Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson, as well as potentially awards-worthy performances from Eddie Redmayne, Johnny Depp and Jake Gyllenhaal.
- Angelina Jolie film paying tribute to land of her son Maddox Updated: Jul-28-15 12:46 pm
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - Cambodia helped Angelina Jolie become a film superstar and start a family. To tell the stories of people in the country that touched her, she is directing a Netflix film on location based on a memoir of the country's 1970s holocaust under the communist Khmer Rouge, blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people.
- Angelina Jolie to direct war drama for Netflix Updated: Jul-23-15 8:40 pm
LOS ANGELES - Angelina Jolie is teaming up with Netflix to direct an adaptation of "First they Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers."
- South Carolina editorial roundup Updated: Jul-22-15 3:41 pm
Recent editorials from South Carolina newspapers:
- The Latest: Lots of hugs - and work - await Emmy nominee Updated: Jul-16-15 3:48 pm
WEST HOLLYWOOD, California - Here's the latest on the 67th annual Primetime Emmy nominations announced Thursday in West Hollywood, California, by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (all times local):
- Brad Pitt, Bill Maher slam Costco, speak up for caged hens Updated: Jul-16-15 7:19 am
LOS ANGELES - Brad Pitt and Bill Maher say Costco contributes to animal cruelty by selling eggs from caged hens.
- Netflix sets release dates for slate of original films Updated: Jul-07-15 5:48 pm
NEW YORK - Netflix's upcoming slate of original films will begin rolling out with Cary Fukunaga's "Beasts of No Nation" in October and Adam Sandler's "The Ridiculous Six" in December.
- Longtime Hollywood producer Jerry Weintraub dies at 77 Updated: Jul-06-15 10:20 pm
NEW YORK - One of the last of the classic Hollywood showmen, Jerry Weintraub built his show business empire on a Rolodex and chutzpah.