The Disney film "Frozen" iced the No. 1 spot, while "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" dropped. The box office top 10 movies for the weekend of Dec. 6-8.
NEW YORK — In its second weekend at the box office, the Disney animated tale "Frozen" cooled off "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and the lone new release "Out of the Furnace."
PARIS — Edouard Molinaro, nominated for an Oscar for directing "La Cage aux Folles," a French farce about a gay couple that struck a chord with a broad range of audiences, has died at 85.
No. 3 — 'Out of the Furnace' with $5.3 million (debut) — This image released by Relativity Media shows Zoe Saldana, director Scott Cooper and star Christian Bale on the set of "Out of the Furnace." (AP Photo/Relativity Media, Kerry Hayes) (Box office figures from Rentrak)
A new production of “Bonnie & Clyde” is really more about Bonnie, a Depression-era woman who in this interpretation takes to a life of crime in order to star in a production worthy of Hollywood.
Question: Could you tell me what year the movie “Empire of the Sun” was made? Also, the name of the marvelous young actor who played the lead.
Actor Jimmy Stewart and his wife Gloria ride down Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood serving as Grand Marshall for the 56th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, Nov. 29, 1987. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)
LOS ANGELES — Investigators sought to determine the cause of a fiery crash that killed "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker while the actor's fans erected a makeshift memorial Sunday near where the Porsche he was riding in smashed into a light pole and tree.
LOS ANGELES — Alexa Davalos has handled her share of rough-and-tumble action in movies including “The Chronicles of Riddick,” “The Mist” and “Clash of the Titans.”
Alexa Davalos, in a scene from “Mob City,” plays Jasmine Fontaine in post-World Warr II Los Angeles.
TV Land, which built an audience with replays of vintage TV comedies, has in more recent years made original shows — but with the tone of classic fare. The network loves to find stars from older shows and put them into three-camera, staged-set trappings that are at considerable remove from t…
No. 5 — 'Delivery Man' with $3.8 million (last week No. 6) — This image released by Disney DreamWorks II Distribution Co. shows Vince Vaughn, left, and Chris Pratt in a scene from "Delivery Man". (AP Photo/Disney-DreamWorks II Distribution Co., Jessica Miglio) (Box office figures from Rentrak)
No. 7 — 'The Book Thief' with $2.7 million (last week No. 7) — This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Geoffrey Rush, left, and Sophie Nélisse in a scene from "The Book Thief," about a girl who loves books. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Jules Heath) (Box office figures from Rentrak)
No. 5: 'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' with $7.7 million (last week No. 2) — This photo released by Paramount Pictures shows Jackson Nicoll, left, as Billy and Johnny Knoxville, as Irving Zisman in "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa," from Paramount Pictures and MTV Films. (AP Photo/Paramount P…
No. 4 — 'Thor: The Dark World' with $4.7 million (last week No. 3) — This publicity photo released by Walt Disney Studios and Marvel shows Natalie Portman, left, as Jane Foster and Chris Hemsworth as Thor, in Marvel's "Thor: The Dark World." (AP Photo/Walt Disney Studios/Marvel, Jay Maidmen…
Actor Yul Brynner is seen in 1978 form "The Magnificent Seven." (AP Photo)List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a scene from the movie.
Laurence Olivier is shown as General Marcus Licinus Crassus in the movie "Spartacus," 1960. (AP Photo)List from: AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills. See a scene from the movie.
Actress Kathleen Turner, at center, poses with cast and crew members of the film "Pulp Fiction" at the 47th Cannes Film Festival in France, May 23, 1994. From left to right: actor Bruce Willis; actress Maria de Medeiros; actor John Travolta; Turner; director Quentin Tarantino; actor Samuel L…