Actor drops out of Midnight Rider day after blog reports that producer boasted: 'We make movies by our own rules'
Andrew Dominik slated to direct big-screen adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates's novel Blonde, writes Ben Child
Denzel Washington's compelling performance gives Norman Jewison's biopic punch – despite its many inaccuracies, writes Alex von Tunzelmann
Although it could have become a Nordic take on Blue Is the Warmest Colour, this well-acted Danish social drama deftly shows the blurry overlap of girlish sensuality and lesbian desire, writes Leslie Felperin
The Oscar-winning star and director has wed girlfriend Alexandra Hedison
Andrew Pulver explains why Luke Dodd and Michael Whyte's documentary about Observer photographer Jane Bown is worth your time this week
People magazine has placed the award-winning 12 Years a Slave actor at the top of its annual poll, continuing a remarkable year for the star
Three-times Oscar winner says that as student she thought being an actress was 'vain' and that wearing glasses would be obstacle to acting career, writes Andrew Pulver
Five of cinema's most memorably grim depictions of mankind's future. What others belong on the list?
Playful, nauseatingly colourful and indisputably terrible, the second Charlie's Angel film was out of synch with its dark and moody times. Now it looks like a feminist masterpiece, writes Ali Gray
Open thread: As Peeps, the popular marshmallow candies, get their own movie deal, we'd like to hear what other foodstuffs you think deserve a chance to shine on the silver screen
Stirling Cooper jacket, wristwatch, shoes and kicking shield belonging to martial arts movie star who died at height of his fame go up for auction, writes Ben Child
The star of Tracks, based on the true story of Robyn Davidson's solo trek across the Australian outback, talks to Paul MacInnes
Charles Gant: Superhero sequel posts biggest opening at the UK box office of the year so far, £1m ahead of The Lego Movie's bow
Judge rejects claim that Gawker's link to a leaked copy of Tarantino's screenplay 'crossed the journalistic line', but invites director to refile his case