FILE - This Aug. 14, 2009 file photo shows actor Robin Williams in Los Angeles. Williams, whose free-form comedy and adept impressions dazzled audiences for decades, died Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, in an apparent suicide. Williams was 63. Americans are closing out 2014 on an optimistic note, acc…
Notables who left the world in 2014 included political figures who catalyzed war and peace and scientists who changed our lives. We lost beloved entertainers, some who brought audiences decades of smiles and tears and others departed before their time.
This photo combination shows U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. North Korea has compared Obama to a monkey and blamed the U.S. for shutting down its Internet amid the hacking row over the movie "The Interview." (AP Photos)
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea blamed its recent Internet outage on the United States on Saturday and hurled racially charged insults at President Obama over the hacking row involving the movie “The Interview.”
“The Interview” hit theaters and living rooms at the same time. Above, Derek Karpel holds his ticket to a screening at Cinema Village in New York City.
ATLANTA — Sony’s “The Interview” has been a hacking target, a punchline and a political lightning rod. Now, with its release online at the same time it debuts in theaters, it has a new role: a test for a new kind of movie release.
Teenage Elsa the Snow Queen, voiced by Idina Menzel, in a scene from the huge hit animated feature “Frozen.”
NEW YORK — If you have children, or know someone who does, or just listened to one recently, the choice of Associated Press Entertainer of the Year won’t come as much of a shock: It’s “Frozen,” and in 2014, we just couldn’t let it go.
Tim Burton’s tone is agreeably low-key, presenting the real-life characters as goofy without insulting them.
Director Rupert Wyatt's new version of the 1974 drama lacks the heft of the first.
“The Good Lie” (PG-13, 110 minutes, Warner): The video cover prominently features Reese Witherspoon’s smiling face, but this isn’t just another uplifting tale of a white woman coming to the aid of desperately needy people of color — in this case, south Sudanese refugees escaping genocide and…
The journey from stage to screen has been a remarkably long one for Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Into the Woods.”
Suspense and pathos evade Angelina Jolie as she turns an unwieldy biography into a dull, perfunctory and truncated film.
“The Imitation Game” finds great power in the clash of opposites.
Director Melissa Martin was attacked by a small dog while making the Web series “Dog Bytes.”
This photo provided by Columbia Pictures - Sony shows, Randall Park, center, as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Columbia Pictures' "The Interview." North Korea has been linked to the unprecedented act of cyberwarfare against Sony Pictures that exposed tens of thousands of sensitive docume…
This photo provided by Columbia Pictures - Sony shows, from left, Diana Bang, as Sook, Seth Rogen, as Aaron, and James Franco, as Dave, in Columbia Pictures' "The Interview." When a group claiming credit for the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment threated violence against theaters showin…
This photo provided by Columbia Pictures - Sony shows, James Franco, center left, as Dave, and Seth Rogen as Aaron, in Columbia Pictures' "The Interview." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Ed Araquel)
Is "The Interview" worth all the fuss?
In this image released by Paramount Pictures, Mark Wahlberg, left, and John Goodman appear in a scene from "The Gambler." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Claire Folger)