'Lady Bird' stars, director on mom-daughter relationships, what they hope to inspire
Oscar-nominated stars Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metclafe and Oscar-nominated director Greta Gerwig discuss their film "Lady Bird."
Greta Gerwig is the only female director nominated in this year's Oscar category.
There's no doubt, 2017 was an extraordinary year for women in Hollywood. The three biggest films of the year -- " Star Wars : The Last Jedi," "Beauty and the Beast" and "Wonder Woman" -- each featured female actors in the lead roles. Women-led films and TV shows also dominated at the most recent
Patty Jenkins, Greta Gerwig and Angelina Jolie are among the female directors of 2017 movies snubbed by the around 90 voters in the Hollywood Foreign Press.
Film critic Peter Travers looks at upcoming films and reveals his list of the best.
Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow ’s newest film “Detroit” puts moviegoers smack in the middle of the 1967 riots in the city 50 years ago. It centers on the Algiers Motel, where three young black men were found slain during the uprising. Film critic Peter Travers, who is host of ABC News’
Bigelow appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about what led to her decision to bring the 1967 Detroit riots to the big screen.
John Boyega was first hurled into the spotlight with his portrayal of a stormtrooper in the 2015 blockbuster, “ Star Wars : The Force Awakens.” In his new film “Detroit," Boyega plays a real-life person caught up in a real-life battle. The film is set in the city of Detroit in 1967 during a period
Boyega talks about working with Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow and returning to "Star Wars" on "Popcorn With Peter Travers."
Ben Affleck has dropped out of the Netflix thriller "Triple Frontier." According to Deadline Hollywood , which first reported the news, the actor is "going to take some time to focus on his wellness and his family." Affleck was in talks to star in the Netflix drug war drama with his brother Casey