- "Dragonball: Evolution"
- "Mystic River"
- "Phantom of the Opera"
- "The Day After Tomorrow"
Behind the Scenes of "Dragonball: Evolution"
Justin Chatwin ('Goku'), Emmy Rossum ('Bulma') and James Marsters ('Lord Piccolo') discuss "Dragonball: Evolution," a live action movie based on the popular manga.
Emmy Rossum Biography
Personal facts and acting credits for Emmy Rossum.
"Speed Racer" Premiere Photos
Gallery of photos from the World Premiere of "Speed Racer" featuring Emile Hirsch, Christina Ricci, Matthew Fox, Susan Sarandon, Rain, Joel Silver, Scott Porter, Kick Gurry, Christian Oliver, Roger Allam, Paulie Litt, Richard Roundtree, John Goodman, Emmy Rossum, Aimee Teegarden, Alex O'Loughlin, Sophia Myles, Karina Smirnoff, Ginner Goodwin, Boo Boo Stewart, and Karl Yune.
"Poseidon" Photo Gallery
Gallery of photos from the Warner Bros Pictures movie, "Poseidon," starring Josh Lucas, Kurt Russell, Mike Vogel, Jacinda Barrett, Richard Dreyfuss, Emmy Rossum, Mia Maestro, Freddy Rodriguez, and Kevin Dillon.
"Poseidon" Premiere Photos
Gallery of photos from the Hollywood Premiere of the Warner Bros Pictures movie "Poseidon" featuring photos of Kurt Russell, Emmy Rossum, Josh Lucas, Freddy Rodriguez, Jacinda Barrett, Kevin Dillon, Mike Vogel, Mia Maestro, Stacy Ferguson, Salma Hayek, Gabriel Macht, Jon Voight, Oliver Hudson, Michael Rosenbaum, and Saffron Burrows.
"Zodiac" Premiere Photos
Gallery of photos from the Hollywood Premiere of the Paramount Pictures movie "Zodiac" featuring Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr, John Carroll Lynch, Chloe Sevigny, Donal Logue, Emmy Rossum, Charles Fleischer, Fred Durst, Natasha Lyonne, Shaun Toub, Robert Graysmith, and Philip Baker Hall.
"Phantom of the Opera" Photo Gallery
Gallery of production photos from Warner Bros. Pictures' "Phantom of the Opera," featuring Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum.
"The Day After Tomorrow" Photo Gallery
Gallery of photos from 20th Century Fox's "The Day After Tomorrow," featuring Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quaid, Emmy Rossum, Arjay Smith and Dash Mihok.
Nola leaves her abusive stepfather and tornados out of Kansas for New York to follow the faint trail of her biological dad, whom she’s never known. With nothing more to go on than a nickname, Nola has readied herself for the impossible search with the dream of also making it as a singer/songwriter.
Movie Review: "Phantom of the Opera"
What does the movie version of “The Phantom of the Opera” prove? It proves we need more movie musicals. “Moulin Rouge” was spectacular, “Chicago” was a real killer, and “The Phantom of the Opera” steals your heart.