Photo credit: Jaap Buitendijk Center left to right: Brad Pitt is Gerald Lane, Sterling Jerins is Connie Lane, and Mireille Enos is Karen Lane in WORLD WAR Z, from Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions in association with Hemisphere Media Capital and GK Films. (c) 2013 Paramount Picture…
Angelina Jolie, Steve Martin and Angela Lansbury were moved to tears at the film academy's fifth annual Governors Awards.
Each of the entertainers accepted honorary Oscar statuettes Saturday at a private dinner at the Hollywood & Highland Center. Italian costume designer Piero Tosi was also…
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Here are the top 10 movies at the box office for the weekend of June 21-23.
"World War Z" promised to be some sort of ultimate zombie movie experience, and it's hard to call it that. But the first 25 minutes or so of this "Contagion"-meets-"28 Days Later" thriller will leave you breathless.
No. 3: 'World War Z' with $29.8 million (last week No. 2) -- In World War Z, Brad Pitt is Gerry Lane, whose special skills are needed to combat a zombie onslaught. That helps him to save his family, including Sterling Jerins as his daughter, Constance, and Mireille Enos as his wife, Karin.
No. 7: 'World War Z' with $9.4 million (last week No. 5) -- The undead scale walls as they seek to invade Israel in World War Z. The living dead are depicted as fast-moving, twitchy and just scary enough. The film rarely devolves into a "mow them down" video game.
Angelina Jolie joins Brad Pitt on the red carpet for the premiere of his movie "World War Z" in London for her first public appearance since announcing she had breast surgery. See photos of her in London and past photos.
This Obama scandal is bigger than Watergate and ________. (pick one)
Brad Pitt, as hit-man Jackie in a scene from "Killing Them Softly," keeps it real, but things get messy when he brings in New York Mickey (James Gandolfini).
"Killing Them Softly" is, in its own chatty and slight way, the "Unforgiven" of hit-man thrillers. It's a gritty, riveting nuts-and-bolts-of-murder tale that vividly illustrates what it is that these much-glamorized thugs do, and the gruesome, agonizing fate of their victims.
NEW YORK — After several years as a couple, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are engaged.
A rumor circulated around campus Thursday that two of the world's most recognizable faces - soccer star David Beckham and movie giant Brad Pitt - were headed to McKale Center to watch basketball.