Rooney Mara News
Dev Patel Says He Struggled to Find Roles After 'Slumdog Millionaire'
The "Lion" star spoke about his acting career and latest work in an interview for ABC News' "Popcorn with Peter Travers."
Review: Malick gets some life back in 'Song to Song'
Terrence Malick goes to his adopted hometown of Austin, Texas, for his latest contemporary film "Song to Song."
'Dragon Tattoo' follow-up coming in 2018 with new cast
Lisbeth Salander is coming back to the big screen in 2018, but she won't be played by Rooney Mara or Noomi Rapace
McDonald's Film 'The Founder' Release Date Moved Up
"Pop news" begins with some movie news. Harvey Weinstein is hoping to supersize his Oscar chances next year. 'Already thinking about it. Moving up the release of two big movies that he has high hopes for. The first is a biopic based on McDonald's founder ray Kroc and it is coming out sooner to make
On the Red Carpet with Rooney Mara at the Oscars 2016
Michael Strahan interviews Rooney Mara and her father on the red carpet at the 88th Academy Awards.
Peter Travers Makes His 2016 Oscars Predictions
Film and television critic Peter Travers offers his take on who could take home those golden statues.
Oscar Nominee Rooney Mara Talks Cate Blachett and her role in 'Carol'
Mara appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and looks back on the making of the film and many of her past roles.
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2016: Complete Winners List
Trophies were handed out Saturday night in Los Angeles at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards and although some winners were expected, many were shocked to make their way to the podium. Idris Elba had a really good night, making history by winning two awards for his roles in "Beasts of No Nation"
What to Expect From Tonight's Screen Actors Guild Awards
The 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards airs tonight from Los Angeles. With the red carpet already rolled out, and the statues awaiting, what can viewers expect from the star-studded awards show? It could be a big night for "Trumbo," which leads the nominations on the film side with three. Also,