A couple of high-profile openers couldn't force the animals of "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" into their cages.
Six weeks ago, "The Avengers" entered theaters and blew everyone's expectations out of the water with its record-breaking $207.4 million debut.
Tommy Chong reveals to CNN's Don Lemon that he is battling prostate cancer and plans to treat it with cannabis.
Tommy Chong, one-half of the marijuana-loving "Cheech and Chong" comedy duo, is battling prostate cancer, he announced Saturday on CNN.
"Snow White and the Huntsman" was awoken to the tune of $56.3 million this weekend, according to studio estimates. That's a big win for Universal Pictures, especially considering that the studio's last film, the sinking big-budget bomb known as Battleship, opened to less than half that amount two weeks ago.
If trends come in cycles, maybe it's time to bring Miranda Priestly, Andrea Sachs, and the "clackers" at Runway magazine out of the fashion closet.
Superstar Will Smith talks to Showbiz Tonight about his family and his latest film, Men In Black 3
It has been over three years since we last saw Will Smith on the silver screen in 2008?s "Seven Pounds."
Will Smith slapped a reporter at the Moscow premiere of Men in Black 3.
Sony's $230 million alien-zapping sequel "Men In Black 3" topped the box office over the three-day weekend frame with an estimated $55 million.
When last seen, Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) were...well, can anyone remember what the Men in Black were doing a decade ago in "Men in Black II"?
Emily Blunt may be the most vivacious and personable light comic actress in the movies right now. She has something of Carole Lombard's instinct to take a tired scene and give it a good kick in the pants. And Jason Segel's forlorn and directionless Tom in "The Five-Year Engagment" could use it, too.
The challenges involved in bringing "Men in Black 3" to the screen -- the ever changing script, the production delays, the budget that reportedly soared past $215 million -- are not exactly a secret.
The "American Pie" cast has grown older, but not necessarily more mature. A new movie goes back to the gross-out basics.
Some generations get "American Graffiti" as a monument to their youthful folly: gleaming hotrods, drive-ins and Booker T. & the MGs. Others get "Saturday Night Fever," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" or "Dirty Dancing."
Peter and Bobby Farrelly have been quietly developing a sequel to "Dumb and Dumber" for awhile now.
When we last saw actress Amanda Peet during primetime, it was on NBC's drama, "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip."
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill may play totally inept undercover cops in "21 Jump Street," but at the box office, they're proving much more effective.
Much of the romantic comedy "Friends With Kids" is a funny dispatch from a very contemporary Earth; the remainder is a strange message from Rom-com-land.
After last weekend's record-breaking pre-Valentine's Day frame, Hollywood is feeling hopeful about box office prospects during the upcoming holiday weekend, which will include four days of box office receipts.
Two's company, three's chaos in "This Means War," a high-tech, high-octane gloss on the type of story we've seen a million times in sitcoms and screwball comedies.
What's new on the big screen? JD Cargill has your "Weekend Movie Pop!"
Liam Neeson, fighter of wolves, may be the closest thing the box office has to an alpha male.
Nine years after "Bruce Almighty," Universal is plotting a second coming. (Or technically a third.)
Kim Jong Il was a source of misery for North Korea's impoverished people and of fear for a world wary of his belligerent rhetoric -- but as an enduringly bizarre presence on the global stage, he was also an unexpected source of entertainment.
Featuring more than five Oscar-nominated actors, "New Year's Eve" boasts a star-studded cast. But what happens when there seems to be more people on screen than there are in theaters?
After two weekends atop the box office, "Puss in Boots" was thwarted by a pair of newcomers, "Immortals" and "Jack and Jill," both of which opened to solid numbers.
Maybe you thought since Adam Sandler is playing boy-and-girl twins in "Jack and Jill" that the movie would be double the fun.
Although the tower in question in the gimcrack action comedy "Tower Heist" is fictional, many New York tourists will recognize the aggressive nouveau-riche opulence of the building's exterior as that of an actual Manhattan hotel condominium owned by aggressive nouveau-riche Donald Trump.
"Tower Heist" producer Brian Grazer tells Piers Morgan how the new movie is based on Bernie Madoff.
In the film "Groundhog Day," Bill Murray has to live through the exact same day thousands of times. In this administration, most Americans can be forgiven for feeling as though they've lived through the same economic speech from President Obama nearly as many times. Given the extraordinary setting of a joint session of Congress, one has to question the notion of scheduling a rerun against the first-run debates taking place among Republican challengers to this president.
Achievers, raise your White Russian tumblers because this "Obsessions" is for you.
Football great and "Police Academy" star Charles Aaron "Bubba" Smith, 66, was found dead at his home.
Yes, it's a formula film. We all know what's going to happen.
The days of stinky litter boxes could be coming to an end.
Think back to your school days.
No comedian of the past two decades has stretched himself -- and I don't just mean his face -- as much as Jim Carrey. Yet recently, it feels as if the karmic entertainment forces have been stretching him back to earlier days.
Legal analysts discuss why a lawsuit filed by Mike Tyson's tattoo artist failed to derail "The Hangover Part 2."
After months of anticipation and cast speculation, "The Hangover Part II" finally hit screens in Bangkok this week. For anyone unfamiliar with the film, starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, it is much the same as the previous one: a wedding, a bunch of blokes, alcohol, memory loss and a missing person.
Rolling Stone film critic, Peter Travers, didn't hate it, but says this "Hangover" isn't quite as fun as the first one.
Anyone who has ever experienced a hangover will recognize the symptoms: nausea, fatigue, a throbbing headache and pangs of regret. That's the experience of "The Hangover Part II" in a nutshell.
Rolling Stone movie critic Peter Travers doesn't understand why people still want to see the "Pirates" movies.
"I got her permission. I'm not stupid," says the comedic actor
Whether it's "Step Brothers," "I Love You, Man" or "Borat," guys have laughed long and loudest over the last decade in cinema. So much so that they have spawned a new epithet, the "bromance," while their wives and girlfriends have mostly looked on from the sidelines.
"I was like, 'Oh god, I think I'm going to fall in love with her,'" he says on first meeting his wife
The actor is sober and ready to reprise his role as Oz in the much-anticipated American Reunion
Nick Cassavetes replaces the star because the scene needed to be re-shot and Neeson wasn't available, says the director
Although seeking help for "personal issues," he'll be on the set in just weeks, his agent says
The actor is addressing "health and personal issues," his reps say
Seann William Scott, the comedic actor who played the role of Stifler in the "American Pie" movie series, entered into treatment Tuesday for "health and personal issues," according to a representative.
He also says his ring does not mean he's engaged to RenÃ©e Zellweger
The 127 Hours Best Actor nominee really lands between a rock and a hard place
If you feel like your cubicle walls are closing in around you, you may be right.
NBC's cult hit comedy, "Community," which revolves around a study group at a community college, has a collection of very odd characters, but the oddest of all has to be Abed, played by Danny Pudi.
The cast of "No Strings Attached" talks about the changing nature of a woman's role in a relationship.
Seth Rogen and "The Green Hornet" cast take your iReport questions.
"Another challenge for the Green Hornet," the announcer for the 1966 television series always began.
This superhero thing is getting old. (I know, I know, he's not a superhero, he's a masked vigilante, but frankly if bullets bounce off him, then the distinctions are pretty meaningless.)
The ex-girlfriend of "40 Year Old Virgin" actor speaks to "Issues." Shelley Malil was sentenced for stabbing her.
A California woman stabbed repeatedly by her then-boyfriend, a comedic Hollywood actor, on Friday described his courtroom antics explaining his violence as "very surreal and bizarre" -- and, above all, insincere.
The title question posed by the fumbled romantic comedy "How Do You Know" is open to more readings than writer-director James L. Brooks probably had in mind.
Reese Witherspoon and the cast of "How Do You Know" answer CNN iReporter questions.
Angelina Jolie tells how being on "Larry King Live" helped her land the lead role in "Changeling."
Phhhhht! Blllttt! That's the sound of the whoopee cushion that Leslie Nielsen placed on the chairs of his co-workers while filming the first "Naked Gun" movie. I was on the set one day during the shoot, working on a feature for the L.A. Daily News -- a day punctuated by loud, gassy-sounding eruptions, often followed by Nielsen cackling insanely at his juvenile pranks.
In a 1993 interview, CNN's Larry King sat down with actor Leslie Nielsen to discuss his career in Hollywood.
From Airplane! to The Naked Gun, Leslie Nielsen always made audiences laugh
Leslie Nielsen, whose longtime career as a square-jawed dramatic actor took a sudden turn into comedy with gut-busting spoofs like "Airplane!" and "The Naked Gun," has died at age 84, his family said Sunday.
The actor, famous for spoof films Airplane! and The Naked Gun, was 84
It's only a cameo, but the former president shot his scene in Bangkok
From "The Beach" to "The Darjeeling Limited," test your film knowledge with our latest travel quiz.
In the climactic scene of "Frat House," a 1998 documentary exploring the dark underbelly of college fraternity life, a man is down on all fours inside a dog cage. He chuckles as the frat brothers cover him in beer and Hershey's syrup, shouting profanities. However, the laughs soon turn to tears as the brothers douse the man with lighter fluid, spraying a flame dangerously close to their cowering victim, and instructing the man: "Move your left hand out! He needs an ashtray." That man was Todd Phillips, who today is the top comedy director in Hollywood.
Robert Downey Jr. and Zack Galifinakis talk about their 'road trip' in 'Due Date' and answer YOUR iReport questions.
Todd Phillips says "a lot of people" in the cast and crew didn't want a Gibson cameo
The funnyman says that he strongly protested something about the movie
"This decision ultimately did not have the full support of my entire cast and crew," the director says
"He really liked the humor in that first movie, so I'm glad he'll be in it," Foster says of his role in Hangover 2
The beleaguered actor is doing a Mike Tyson-esque appearance in the sequel, a source says
The two costars raised eyebrows going around her hometown together, hand-in-hand
The Superbad actor pops the question to longtime girlfriend, a source tells PEOPLE
CNN's Pauline Chiou talks to a German businessman who set up an IT business in the heart of North Korea.
See what Anthony Michael Hall, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson look like now
"Going the Distance" is a light and tasty morsel of a romantic comedy in which two smart, funny, and basically sweet people try to conduct a cross-country relationship.
Drew Barrymore, Justin Long and other "Going the Distance" stars walk the red carpet for the world premiere.
The sexy stars will recruit their fathers to crack a case in the upcoming action-comedy
Now here's a shocker: After a bunch of ho-hum Jennifer Aniston romantic comedies, "The Switch" is actually pretty good. Maybe that's because it's more of a Jason Bateman movie at heart: beady-eyed, needy and compulsively self-critical.
Caddyshack stories in the SI Vault
Just in time to escape from the hot and humid Washington summer, actor-turned-White House staffer Kal Penn has left his position with the White House Office of Public Engagement.
CNN's Naamua Delaney talks with Actor Bradley Cooper about his new movie "The Hangover."
Hollywood would love to bottle "The Hangover."
The actor is in talks to portray Tropic Thunder's Les Grossman for an upcoming untitled film
So what did you do this weekend? Chances are, nothing as cool as the folks who traveled to Astoria, Oregon, to commemorate 25 years of "The Goonies" at the Never Say Die Anniversary Celebration.
The new film from producer Judd Apatow and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" director Nicholas Stoller is a raunchy, raucously funny rock 'n' roll comedy.
The stars of "Get Him to the Greek" answer questions from iReporters.
A look-back at the '80s fan favorite (and future Broadway musical) as it turns 25
Let me pick my jaw up off the floor and dust it off. Seth Green, who is notoriously typecast as "the dorky, funny guy," just got hitched to super hot actress Clare Grant on Sunday, at George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch.
White House staffer Kal Penn had his wallet taken early Tuesday
From celebrity blogger to reality star, what should the Grey's Anatomy star try now that she no longer has a day job?