Martin Scorsese has made a short film for the BBC about being stuck in isolation.
South Korean film Parasite has become the first non-English-language movie to win the best picture Oscar, in a significant upset for British war film 1917.
Eminem made a surprise appearance at the Oscars to perform his hit Lose Yourself, years after the track won an award at the ceremony.
Laura Dern kicked off early birthday celebrations as she arrived on the Oscars red carpet with her mother Diane Ladd.
Bob Dylan’s former guitarist Robbie Robertson has said the folk star’s controversial shift to electric guitar changed the world.
Helena Bonham Carter has said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now “masters of their own destiny” as they prepare to step back from their roles as senior members of the royal family.
John Williams has received his 52nd Oscar nomination, besting his record for the most nods for any living person.
Little Women star Florence Pugh, 1917 director Sir Sam Mendes and The Two Popes’ Sir Anthony Hopkins are among the British Oscar nominees.
Another major Hollywood awards ceremony is going meat-free, with the Critics’ Choice Awards announcing it will only serve plant-based food.
Sir Sam Mendes has said he “couldn’t be more delighted” by the success of his “highly personal” war film 1917, which received nine Bafta nominations.
Martin Scorsese’s daughter trolled the revered filmmaker by wrapping his Christmas present in Marvel paper.
Director Martin Scorsese has revealed his latest film The Irishman would not have been made without Netflix.
Netflix’s acclaimed gangster epic The Irishman was watched by more than 26 million accounts in its first week, the streaming giant has said.
Actor Stephen Graham has said his future wife came into his life after a failed suicide attempt.
Black Panther star Lupita Nyong’o has defended superhero films after some of the most venerated figures in cinema dismissed the genre.
Guardians Of The Galaxy director James Gunn has defended Marvel after its slate of superhero films was criticised by Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola, likening them to gangster and cowboy movies.
Anna Paquin exuded sophistication as she arrived at the premiere of her film The Irishman in classic black.
Martin Scorsese has described the CGI used to digitally de-age Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci in his new film as “an evolution of make-up.”
Martin Scorsese said there has been an “invasion” of “theme park” films in cinemas.
Robert De Niro has criticised Donald Trump as a “dirty player” and said “he won’t get away with it forever”.
Robert De Niro has described Donald Trump as a “weird twisted president who thinks he’s a gangster”.
Broadway will turn back the clock next month when it converts one of its august theatres into a cinema and starts screenings of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman.
Martin Scorsese has dismissed superhero films and said they are “not cinema”.
Martin Scorsese has said he only ever watched one episode of The Sopranos because he could not identify “with that generation of the underworld”.
Robert De Niro will talk about his decades-long career in front of an audience at the BFI London Film Festival next month.
Robert De Niro joked his career could be extended by “another 30 years” by the technology used to digitally de-age him in highly-anticipated crime film The Irishman.
Martin Scorsese’s new gangster movie, The Irishman, will close the London Film Festival.
Bob Dylan’s eccentric musical moments will be brought to the screen in a star-studded new film by Martin Scorsese.
Actress Jane Fonda will be honoured by Bafta Los Angeles with the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for excellence in film later this year.
Robert De Niro has taken another swing at Donald Trump, calling the US president a “total loser” and “wannabe gangster”.