The movie's threesome-publicizing marketing staff scores a decisive victory over its threesome-nixing director.
Woody fires the next salvo in his ongoing battle with his 'Vicky Christina Barcelona' publicists.
Plus: Tom Cruise will play the president, and Jason Reitman is adapting 'Up in the Air.'
Despite what Woody Allen would have you believe, this movie might actually be hot.
Plus: Megan Fox gets a romantic rival in 'Transformers 2,' unless that's just more of Michael Bay's genius misinformation.
Woody takes only twelve words to eliminate any desire anyone might have had to see his next movie.
Can anyone defeat the Coens?
How to win your Oscar pool? Pick the chalk.
Plus industry news on Laurence Fishburne, Katherine Heigl, and Kanye West.
Plus: Woody Harrelson gets confused!
Can anyone beat Javier and Cate?
Also: Into the Wild rises again.
Plus: Michael Cera!
Last night’s Gotham Awards ceremony, held for the first time in Brooklyn, at Steiner Studios’ massive Stage 3, provided an entertainingly schizophrenic picture of the indie film world.
Who's up? Who's down?
Towels, wangs, and flying police cars!
We've long wondered how, exactly, the Coen brothers' enigmatic, seemingly telepathic relationship works. And now we know!
Plus: Quotes from PJ Harvey and Will Smith!
Here are Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin on the reticent charm of Tommy Lee Jones and the dangers of working with rabid animals.
The Coen brothers seem poised for a return to nihilistic form.
Jennifer Garner on Broadway, Janeane Garofalo on 24, and Anthony Hopkins makes a vanity project!
The director Milos Forman spoke to Bilge Ebiri about Goya, Iraq, and Courtney Love.
No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency On TV: The Weinstein Company is producing a TV movie (and possible series) based on Alexander McCall Smith's much-loved series The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, with Anthony Minghella directing and writing alongside Richard Curtis.
"If you're purely after facts, please buy yourself the phone directory of Manhattan. It has four million times correct facts." –Werner Herzog on how he reacts to accusations that he's taken factual liberties in some of his documentaries
Ryan Gosling Joins Lovely Bones: Ryan Gosling will play the murdered girl's father in Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones, joining the already-cast Rachel Weisz. We're throwing up our hands; Jackson seems determined to make a really good movie and damn the box-office consequences. God bless him.