Hollywood actor Martin Sheen admits there were times he felt like he, Andrew Garfield and Sally Field were starring in a family drama instead of an action picture when they were shooting their scenes for "The Amazing Spider-Man."
Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal and director Daniel Barnz adamantly deny their new film "Won't Back Down" bashes U.S. public-school teachers and the unions that represent them.
"Forrest Gump," "Bambi" and "Stand and Deliver" are to be included in the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in Washington.
A Terry Fox Foundation official admits fabricated quotes by non-existent people were used to boost the popular Canadian cancer charity's efforts to raise money.
Crystal Lee Jordan Sutton, the North Carolina union activist whose story inspired the movie "Norma Rae," has died at the age of 68.
Actor Pat Hingle, who played Commissioner Gordon in several "Batman" movies in the 1990s, has died of cancer at his home in Carolina Beach, N.C.
Two-time Oscar-winning actress Sally Field may return to TV comedy, The Hollywood Reporter said Thursday.
Sally Field, who won Oscars for her roles in "Norma Rae" and "Places in the Heart," has reportedly sold her home in Los Angeles for about $4 million.
Members of the hotel-restaurant employees union and the clothing, textiles and laundry workers union rallied in Chicago to celebrate their merger.
The American Film Institute is about to announce its newest list of great moments in U.S. film history -- the 100 greatest songs ever sung in movies -- giving A