'The acts complained of by Plaintiff were provoked by Plaintiff’s unlawful and wrongful conduct,' the legal filing reads
She reportedly 'paid off' a child star she directed in 2013
The disgraced actor's lowest ever opening day for a theatrical release
'It’s a made-up story in which the false parts try to make a cop the protagonist in the fight against racial oppression'
'I’d like to let you all know that I’m doing just fine'
'Thanks Disney!! Making America Great Again'
Their combined earnings are 9% down on the 2016 list
'I don’t know how I got the resolve and strength of mind, but I just thought 'actually sod that''
Chloé Zhao's acclaimed drama has been stunning festival audiences all year long
La La Land duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul have collaborated with original composer Alan Menken on the film
In the new documentary, Moore interviews survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School school shooting
'We were there, we were present, we were making changes'
Daniel Craig has been confirmed to return once more to the role of 007, in a film directed by Danny Boyle
A genuine intent to explore body-shaming or a dark satire? It's impossible to tell - but neither approach works
The baddest girls in class have been ruling for three decades, and they’re here to stay. Darren Scott talks to Michael Lehmann, the director of 'Heathers', and Lisanne Falk, who played Yellow Heather, about the film, the musical and that television series
Staying true to yourself shouldn’t be such an act of rebellion, but at least she does it well