Film promising revelations about reclusive Catcher in the Rye author has been snapped up by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein
The best of the fest so far sees the Coen brothers meditate on mediocrity and modernity in the 1960s New York folk scene – but not be so sombre as to forget the laughs
This man has seen 8,524 movies. How does he know? Because he invented the Internet Movie Database – the indispensable cinema encyclopaedia – and put Bristol on Hollywood’s map
Baz Luhrmann’s glamorous remake is set for Cannes after a worthy opening weekend, while Star Trek Into Darkness should knock Iron Man 3 off the top spot in the takings
The character’s creator says Disney’s new version of her hero ‘send[s] a message that the original, realistic girl is inferior’
JJ Abrams’s second voyage with Kirk and Spock reduces Gene Roddenberry’s original mission statement to a tiresome showdown between good and evil
There have been plenty of failed F Scott Fitzgerald adaptations already. Besides, who needs films based on 20s literature when their themes resonate through so much film and TV anyway?
The same daredevil spirit that has informed many an apparently insane film or TV version over the past decade has seen adaptations of literary novels
JJ Abrams got ‘the band back together’ for his big budget sequel. We meet the key players to talk period hair, blue drinks and ‘sexy Klingons’
Jeff Nichols’ slice of Americana is rich and engaging, and Matthew McConaughey is getting better all the time
The director took some flak after his first Trek film by admitting he wasn’t a fan of the TV series. Now, back with another one, does he regret what he said? And what plans does he have for his first Star Wars movie?
JJ Abrams’ new Trek instalment is as glitzy as his first, but it’s the arrival of Benedict Cumberbatch as a mysterious new foe that fuels this outing for the Enterprise
Special effects master on fantasy films including Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans
Australian’s characteristically lavish treatment of source material divides critics
Marvel Studios’ latest Tony Stark instalment opens with colossal $175.3m, putting it second only to 2012′s The Avengers
His role in House made him the highest-paid actor ever in a TV drama, but with a new album out this week Laurie is keen to follow his real love