The Help stars Jessica Chastain and Octavia Spencer are reuniting for an untitlted Christmas comedy that Universal Pictures won in a heated bidding war.
Octavia Spencer is in talks to play God in Lionsgate's adaptation The Shack, following a grieving father who makes a stunning discovery.
A family is forced to confront their feelings about race in the first trailer for Black or White, starring Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer.
The actress will play Johanna, the leader of the Amity faction in this second adaptation of Veronica Roth's hit young adult novel.
Scott Stuber is producing this comedy about three unemployed friends who decide to go after a dangerous criminal for the reward money.
Mike Binder is directing this drama about attorney Elliot Anderson, who is widowed after his wife dies in a car crash.
In addition, nine photos have been released featuring the cast of Joon-ho Bong's stateside debut, in theaters this summer.
The Help actress joins Paula Patton and Derek Luke in this comedy about a single flight attendant to find a husband before her sister's wedding.
The Artist wins seven awards including Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin.
Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, and Jamie Bell star in Boon Jong-ho's thriller about strangers trying to co-exist in a frigid climate.
The Help takes home three awards. Take a look at all of the winners of the 2011 SAG winners!
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts nominate The Artist, Drive, The Help among others.
The comedy centers around a sheltered young woman who loses her faith after a plane crash.
Nick Offerman and Octavia Spencer are also in talks to star in this dramatic comedy about a married couple whose main bond is through alcohol.
Emma Stone and Viola Davis join writer/director Tate Taylor and others for a look at this awaited adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's best selling memoir.
Emma Stone, Viola Davis, and Octavia Spencer star in this drama about the unique relationship formed by a young woman and her maid in the 1960s.
Director Tate Taylor joins Viola Davis and Emma Stone for a look at this adaptation of the popular Kathryn Stockett novel.
Emma Stone, Viola Davis, and Octavia Spencer star in this 1960s drama about a bond formed between a young woman and her maid in Mississippi.
The first trailer for this drama about the bond between a woman and her maid in 1960s Mississippi will debut this afternoon.
We take in a dinner party with director Jay Roach, Bruce Greenwood, Andrea Savage, Rick Overton and Octavia Spencer for the new DVD release.