Jackie Chan on Working with Chris Tucker

Jackie Chan remembers meeting Chris Tucker and working on "Rush Hour" at "An Academy Salute to Jackie Chan" on June 3, 2013 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater. Hosted by Geoff Boucher.

Star Wars Informercials

Just dip it in carbonite!

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away... there were infomercials!

The Unbelievers: Official Movie Trailer

'The Unbelievers' follows renowned scientists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss across the globe as they speak publicly about the importance of science and reason in the modern world - encouraging others to cast off antiquated religious and politically motivated approaches toward important current issues.

The film includes interviews with celebrities and other influential people who support the work of these controversial speakers, including:

Ricky Gervais, Woody Allen, Cameron Diaz, Stephen Hawking, Sarah Silverman, Bill Pullman, Werner Herzog, Tim Minchin, Eddie Izzard, Ian McEwan, Adam Savage, Ayaan Hirsi-Ali, Penn Jillette, Sam Harris, Dan Dennett, James Randi, Cormac McCarthy, Paul Provenza, James Morrison, Michael Shermer, David Silverman, and more.

Three Stooges in Color at Atlantic City, 1938

Rare color footage of the original Three Stooges at Steel Pier, Atlantic City, from 1938.

Film by George Mann of the comedy dance team, Barto and Mann. George Mann and his wife Barbara Bradford also appear in the film.

Hitchcock: As The Girl Said To The Soldier, 1929

Alfred Hitchcock, in some of the first films to use sound, makes one of the earliest known "That's What She Said" jokes.

There is something enormously satisfying about the fact that this brief minute of film contains some of the first words spoken on film - and that they should be quite so saucy.

When Alfred Hitchcock decided to shoot his thriller 'Blackmail' in newfangled sound as well as a silent version, he was faced with a number of dilemmas. One of the biggest problems was with his leading lady, the Polish-Czech Anny Ondra, who had not been employed for the authenticity of her English accent.

This is the sound test that Hitchcock made. One of the results was that Ondra's lines in the sound version were dubbed live, off-screen, by the rather more English-sounding Joan Barry. (Robin Baker)

The Minions: BaNaNa!

Following in the footsteps of Pixar, Illumination Entertainment has released a DVD exclusive short film (or what theyre calling a mini movie) on their first DVD/Blu-ray release, Despicable Me.

Featuring the Minions.