The tiger in Oscar-winning film Life of Pi almost drowned while on set, the Hollywood Reporter claims.
Director Peter Jackson wraps up filming of his Hobbit trilogy by sharing pictures of his last day on set with his Facebook fans.
Steven Spielberg has backed La Vie d'Adele to be a breakthrough racy hit after he and the Cannes jury named it the festival's top film.
The Inbetweeners are coming back for a follow-up to their hit movie.
The cast have all signed up to play the hapless teenagers and have started work on the film, which will hit cinemas next August.
Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, who created the show which started out on E4, said: "We couldn't be more excited to be making another Inbetweeners movie with Simon (Bird), Joe (Thomas), James (Buckley)and Blake (Harrison). Frankly it's pathetic how much we've all missed each other."
The first full trailer for the Anchorman sequel has been released.
Anchorman: The Legend Continues will see the Channel 4 news team, led by Will Ferrell's Ron Burgandy, reunite to launch a 24-hour news channel in New York in the 1980s.
Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, David Koechner, Vince Vaughn and Christina Applegate all reprise their roles from the original film.
They are joined by an all-star cast including Nicole Kidman, Liam Neeson, Amy Poehler, Meagan Good, Sacha Baron Cohen, Kanye West, Drake, Harrison Ford, Tina Fey, Kristen Wiig, Jim Carrey and James Marsden.
Anchorman: The Legend Continues will be in cinemas at the end of the year.
Veteran directors Steven Spielberg and George Lucas have warned of an impending Hollywood "implosion" which could have a significant impact on cinema-goers.
"There's going to be an implosion where three or four or maybe even a half-dozen mega budget movies are going to go crashing into the ground, and that's going to change the paradigm," Spielberg said before predicting that he can foresee consumers paying more to see larger scale films.
Star Wars creator George Lucas told students at the new media centre at the University of Southern California that even experienced film-makers like the pair were struggling to get the funding to produce films.
Lucas said he envisaged a scenario where some films would be broadcast on the more "adventurous" cable television.
He said the business of films would become more like Broadway or West End theatre where going to the movies would cost you "50 bucks, maybe 100. Maybe 150".
Superman fans were delighted to have the chance to pose with the first Briton ever to play the superhero at the European premiere of Man of Steel in London this evening.
Henry Cavill mingled with the crowd on the red carpet in Leicester Square ahead of the screening.
Filmmaker Sam Mendes is rumoured to be in discussions over directing another James Bond film despite saying he would not return to the franchise after his success with Skyfall.
The Oscar-winner originally turned down the chance to make the next instalment saying he wanted his "complete focus" to be on his theatre work, including productions of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and King Lear in London.
But a plan that would see work on the next Bond film delayed, to allow Mendes to see the theatre productions through, is now being discussed according to sources close to the star.
La Vie D'Adele, a story about two young female lovers by French filmmaker Abdellatif Kechiche, has won the 2013 Palme d'Or, the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
White gowns dominated at the Cannes screening of Nebraska.
Heidi Klum, Nicole Kidman and Elsa Zylberstein all wore stunning pale floor length dresses.
A trailer for the latest Superman film 'Man of Steel', which sees British actor Henry Cavill don the famous red cape for the first time, has been released.