Check out the new poster for the film starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson. The film is set to hit theaters in April.
Oscar Race: The Social Network vs. The King's Speech
The Social Network and The King's Speech are in a gritty Oscar race for Best Picture. The King's Speech takes the lead.
The King's Speech Director, Actor Against Re-Editing
Geoffrey Rush and Tom Hooper are both speaking out against re-editing The King's Speech. The Weinstein Co. has expressed interest in a PG-13 rating.
Mark Zuckerberg and Jesse Eisenberg: Face-To-Face On SNL
The real-life Facebook creator and the actor who portrayed him appear together in the opening monologue. Andy Samberg also played a version of the Facebook creator.
Directors Guild Awards Winners Announced
The winners of the 63rd annual DGA awards announced. The King's Speech takes home the top prize.
The Rite Set To Top Weekend Box Office
With Oscar nominated films getting wider releases, it's quite box office race this weekend. The Rite is set to top the weekend box office.
Carrie Underwood Speaks in New Soul Surfer Trailer
Carrie Underwood stars in a new film about real life surfer Bethany Hamilton. The inspirational story also stars AnnaSophia Robb.
Beginners Trailer Released
An official trailer for Christopher Plummer's new film Beginners has been released. The film co-stars Ewan McGreggor and Melanie Laurent.
Two Oscar Favorites Criticized For Inaccuracies
The Social Network and The King's Speech are the two frontrunners for Best Picture. They also have been questioned for their accuracy.
Trailer Released for Robert Redford's The Conspirator
New trailer for Robert Redford's period drama The Conspirator. The film follows the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
The King's Speech Could Get a Re-Edit
The Weinstein Co. is considering re-editing The King's Speech to generate wider appeal. The film has been nominated for 12 Academy Awards.
The King's Speech Praised By Stuttering Foundation
The King's Speech received an honorary award from The Stuttering Foundation. The foundation praises the film for it's representation of the speech impediment.