Jay Leno Crashes While Riding 2,500-Horsepower Car for TV Show (Video)
Jay Leno got the thrill — and the scare — of his  life while filming his car show “Jay Leno‘s Garage.” While taping the season premiere, which airs June 29, the former t...
‘Orange Is the New Black’ Season 4: Lori Petty Talks Lolly’s Fate
"Just them allowing me to be silly in the midst of murder was a real gift."
PopPolitics: Immigration Activists See Supreme Court Loss as Galvanizing Vote (Listen)
The Supreme Court deadline in United States vs. Texas put President Obama’s executive order on immigration on hold, but showbiz immigration activists believe that it could help spur greater turn...
James Cameron’s ‘Xenogenesis’: Watch the Lo-Fi, Futuristic 1978 Short Film That Gave Him His Start
Before he was the king of the world, Cameron was an aspiring filmmaker like any other.
Lady Gaga and Dalai Lama Discuss Compassion in the Face of Horror
Singer turned actress Lady Gaga can now add journalist to her resume. Gaga sat down with the Dalai Lama for a Facebook Live chat Sunday morning, where she asked him user-submitted questions. Many of t...
5 Reasons Why ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Bombed
The expectations for the domestic debut of Fox’s “Independence Day” sequel were already set low, at around $50 million. It went from bad to worse when “Independence Day: Resur...
‘Dr. Strangelove’ Documentary Shows Tons of Amazing Behind-the-Scenes Footage of the Classic Satire — Watch
From the Indiewire Vault: Go behind the scenes of Kubrick's classic political satire.
SeriesFest 2016 Winners Include Fan Fiction and Irish Crime
Independent pilots "Truth Slash Fiction" and "Farr" take home the big prizes at the Denver-set TV festival. 
Why Oliver Stone Is Still Hopeful About The Power of Movies After The ‘Nightmare’ of Making ‘Snowden’
The Nantucket Film Festival honoree got honest with Eugene Jarecki during a wide-ranging talk about what movies can (and cannot) do.
Epic Records CEO L.A. Reid Announces Label’s Music Fest Expansion, Possible Music Biopic
“The first year is always a run-through, this year we have a bigger stage, more production … but the curation and the heart stayed the same,” said president of Epic Records Sylvia Rh...
50 Cent Arrested For Cursing in the Caribbean
Don’t swear in Saint Kitts. 50 Cent learned that lesson after getting arrested for saying motherf—– during a performance of “P.I.M.P” on the Caribbean island Saturday nig...
‘Ghostbusters’ Reboot Co-Writer Slams Internet Backlash & ‘Nasty Comments’
Katie Dippold has heard a lot of criticism from people who haven't even seen the movie.
Arthouse Audit: A24’s ‘Swiss Army Man’ Slices ‘The Neon Demon’
Rising distributor A24 is cutting a swath at the specialty box office that is the envy of its rivals.
Kevin Hart Talks ‘Putting a Small Black Guy in a Small White Rabbit’s Body’ at ‘The Secret Life of Pets’ Premiere
“I spent time with bunnies for seven months. I didn’t use my fingers. I hopped everywhere I went — ate nothing but grass,” joked Kevin Hart at “The Secret Life of Pets”...
Watch Deadpool Crash Japanese ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Trailer (Video)
Deadpool has crashed the X-Men party in a first-of-its-kind end credits scene for a trailer. The Japanese trailer for “X-Men: Apocalypse” came out a month ago, but it’s only now catc...
Donald Trump Advisor: ‘We’re Not Behind the Clinton Campaign’
With just over two weeks until the Republican National Convention and five months until the general election, one of Donald Trump’s senior advisors admits that the presumptive Republican nominee...
‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Hits $102 Million Internationally
“Independence Day: Resurgence” has launched impressively in international markets with $102.1 million in 57 markets with 21,872 screens. China led the way with $37.3 million at 6,047 sites...
Politicon: Almost All Roads Lead to Donald Trump
Brexit, the House sit-in and the Supreme Court’s immigration decision are on the agenda at Politicon, but the Comic-Con for politics taking place in Pasadena, Calif., is undoubtedly dominated by...
Why Kenneth Branagh Loves Mysteries, from ‘Wallander’ to ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (Emmy Watch)
Kenneth Branagh has been drawn to Kurt Wallander ever since he read the Swedish mystery series. Now it's hard to let him go.