News Watergate Movie
Streep will play the role of Martha Mitchell, the wife of attorney John Mitchell, who is the man who revealed the story to journalists. Paltrow will play Maureen Dean, the wife of White House employee John Dean.
News Revelations: a Star Wars fan film
The latest Star Wars film has been downloaded more than three million times in the last few months and the film-makers are delighted.
But this is not Revenge of the Sith being pirated - it is a so-called fan film called Star Wars: Revelations.
News Calling 007: Want to be the next Bond? They're looking
Shooting of the 21st Bond film, "Casino Royale", is due to begin in January, and British media and Bond fan sites have for months been reporting leaks and gossip about who will be the next Bond.
News Stallone tries to regain eye of tiger (and RAMBO???!)
Yes, Rocky will go back into the ring and Stallone (who's now 59) says he is negotiating with former heavyweight champion Roy Jones Jr. to sign on as his ring opponent
News George Takei, 'Trek's' Sulu: I'm gay
LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- George Takei, who as helmsman Sulu steered the Starship Enterprise through three television seasons and six movies, has come out as a homosexual in the current issue of Frontiers, a biweekly Los Angeles magazine coveri
News A soldier's story that's full of blood and guts -- but no heroics
The revelations of "Jarhead" -- based on Anthony Swofford's book about his stint in the Marines during the first Persian Gulf War -- may come as a shock to those of us who've never been in the military. According to Swofford, many f
News Bruce Willis to make pro-war propaganda movie
ANGERED by negative portrayals of the Iraq conflict, actor Bruce Willis is to make a pro-war film in which US soldiers will be depicted as brave fighters for freedom and democracy.
News Antiwar Zombie Flick
Los Angeles Times
Final weeks of a fictional presidential reelection campaign, the president's political consultant fends off the distraught mother of a dead soldier by saying he only wished her son could come back to life to remind the country of the war's im
News Islands were invaded by the Japanese, then hundreds died in US camps
How Japanese-Americans were interned during the World War II is widely known, but few Americans realise hundreds of Alaskan natives suffered a similar fate, being forced from homes on the Aleutian and Pribilof islands when Japan's forces invaded
News Free movie downloads with fast food purchases in your future
Channel 9 News (NBC)
The next generation of McDonald's Happy Meal toys could be a partial movie download from Walt Disney Co. into a specialized portable media player, according to a published report.
Feature Article "Why We Fight" Ernest Hancock
The new film by Eugene Jarecki which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival
News Soderbergh releases his new movie to directly to DVD
Steven Soderbergh, the multi-accoladed director of Traffic, Erin Brockovich and sex, lies and videotape, releases his new low-budget, experimental movie Bubble, simultaneously in cinemas, on pay-per-view television and on DVD.
News From Russia with Horror
"Night Watch," a gritty horror movie about an epic battle between the forces of light and dark on the streets of Moscow, broke all box office records on its domestic release in July 2004. In the US, it will be distributed in Russian with En
News Internet release for Guantanamo torture film
BBC News The Road To Guantanamo, tells the story of 3 British Muslims who travelled in 2002 to a wedding in Pakistan and ended up as terrorist suspects at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. They were released in 2004.
News Pink Islam
Variety In the Name of Allah,which explores the struggles of homosexual Muslims. Gay Indian Muslim Parvez Sharma is directing the movie, which looks at gay, lesbian, and transgender Muslims across the Muslim and Western worlds.