MusicBrainz is available for commercial use, although not all of it is free.
Freebase has the majority of the information that's in MusicBrainz (imported from and linked back to MusicBrainz).
The largest source of open movie information is almost certainly Freebase. It is not as strong as IMDB for U.S. movies, but is likely stronger for Bollywood & other geographies. Movies, actors, etc are not only linked to IMDB, but also Netflix, Wikipedia, the books that the movies were adapted from (which are linked to OpenLibrary & Wikipedia), the sound tracks for the movies (which are, in turn, linked to MusicBrainz), etc, etc.
All of Freebase is CC-BY and available for commercial use without charge.
EDIT: I was curious about the relative coverage for the film domain, so here are the stats:
Apparently IMDB sometimes counts different cuts separately while Freebase groups them together, although it's go info on each cut, so the numbers aren't totally comparable, but IMDB has roughly twice as many movies as Freebase and Freebase three times as many as DBpedia. Freebase, like DBpedia, is linked to Wikipedia, so for the 81,684 films in Wikipedia & Freebase you can easily navigate to their Wikipedia article.