Check that. It's actually Johnny Depp making a documentary about Keith Richards.
Fortunately, he became successful.
When the lineup for this year’s Sundance Film Festival was announced, doc-watchers everywhere oohed and aahed at the murderer’s row of documentarians on the schedule.
And makes a Columbia Record Club joke.
It does include fifteen other movies, though.
The death of Neda Soltan gets the 'Frontline' investigative treatment.
"Yes, today was a good day for dolphins ... Tomorrow, too, I predict will be a good day for dolphins."
Plus: The Smurfs movie to have a director.
The film won an Audience Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
The cuddliest guinea pig ever takes one for the team in order to demonstrate a vampire bat’s deadly capabilities.
Blank talks to Vulture about his new film, plus that time he and Herzog were almost killed by South American Indians.
The director of skater doc 'Dogtown and Z-Boys' takes a look at gangster culture in Los Angeles.
Plus: Bow Wow joins 'Entourage,' Sam Neill joins 'Crusoe,' and Blake Lively's brother joins the '24' prequel.
"I figure if I keep talking to people, maybe they'll get tired of me."
"So if you're that guy who likes to do a joint now and then and has to review this film for a newspaper, how are you supposed to take this?"
The Ugandan-born boxer stars in the harrowing Tribeca documentary 'Kassim the Dream.'
The former Mets manager, now a hero of Japanese baseball, is the subject of the new documentary 'The Zen of Bobby V.'
Paul H-O's identity crisis in the shadow of Sherman, as the less-famous half of an artist couple, spurred the film. The film, in turn, spurred the breakup.
In the end, the director of 'Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden' does not find Osama bin Laden.
Plus: How long did Morris have to wait for Lynndie England to get out of jail before he could interview her?
How'd he get that cast, anyway?
Cynthia Wade and Alex Gibney, both Oscar winners, revisited.
Though Errol Morris is an amazing director, he's not much of a blogger yet.