Oscar-winning Hollywood actress Charlize Theron hopes to create an AIDS-free generation in her home country South Africa which has one of the highest rates of HIV infection in the world.
'Star Wars' Obi Wan spin-off in the works
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Stephen Daldry is in early talks to direct a "Star Wars" spin-off about Jedi master Obi Wan Kenobi, US media reported on Thursday.
Cosby forced to hire new lawyers for assault re-trial
Disgraced US entertainer Bill Cosby is being forced to hire a new legal team after a second top-flight attorney withdrew from his upcoming re-trial for sexual assault.
John Cleese says comedians needed more than ever
Monty Python star John Cleese said Wednesday that the need for comedy was greater than ever, as he accepted the "Honorary Heart of Sarajevo" award at the Bosnian capital's film festival.
Emma Stone tops list of best paid actresses
Oscar-winning Emma Stone capped a perfect 12 months on Wednesday as she knocked Jennifer Lawrence off the top spot on Forbes' 2017 list of the world's highest-paid actresses.
CopyrightX Nigeria Alumni to mark World Photo Day in Lagos
Saturday, August 19, 2017, is designated World Photo Day, which will be commemorated all over the world to draw attention to the importance of photography as a creative endeavour in the narratives of the evolution of human communities.
Prof. Johnbull highlights Africa’s worldview of marriage
The new episode of the TV Drama Series, Professor Johnbull, sponsored by Globacom, will highlight Africa’s peculiar values and world outlook, especially with regard to marriage.
Four arrested in India for leaking 'Game of Thrones' episode
Four people have been arrested in India for leaking an episode from HBO's "Game of Thrones" television series before it was aired in the country, police said Monday.
How 'Game of Thrones' is taking years off graying Santa Fe
Part surreal Disney, part psychedelic penny arcade, The House of Eternal Return is what Salvador Dali might have built had he been tasked with designing a television game show.
A scary 'Annabelle' leads North American box offices
Horror, war or animal-centered comedy take your pick. This weekend, horror prevailed on North American movie screens, with "scary as hell" film "Annabelle: Creation" pulling in $35 million in its first week out, more than paying off the $15 million Warner Bros. spent on it, analysts said.