Federal prosecutors say a television actress best known for playing a young Superman's close friend has been charged with sex trafficking for helping recruit women to be slaves of a man who sold himself as a self-improvement guru.
Old "Scarface" friends said hello again at a 35th anniversary screening Thursday that reunited stars and filmmaker Brian De Palma for an evening full of reflection on the ferocious and garish gangster epic.
Without a moment of cheap sentimentality, "Lean on Pete," a story about the tragedies and resilience of youth, holds the torch for emotion pretty high. If "The 400 Blows" was set in the poorer sections of the rural Pacific northwest, it would run very close to this.
Amy Schumer looks at herself in the mirror. She is nearly naked, save her bra and the nude Spanx she has on to flatten her belly. As she stares at her reflection, her eyes begin to fill with tears. She doesn't say anything, but what she is thinking is very clear: "I'm disgusting. I hate the way I look. Who could ever love me?"
An Oklahoma woman says the Oscar-nominated film "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" inspired her to create her own signs in the hopes of solving the unsolved 2016 killings of her daughter and another woman.
Jodie Foster plays The Nurse, who runs a secret, members-only emergency room for criminals. Surrounded by an all-star cast that includes Sterling K. Brown, Sofia Boutella, Jeff Goldblum, Brian Tyree Henry, Jenny Slate, and Zachary Quinto.