It's her second Netflix assignment.
Did Jodie Foster's evil scheme really make sense? Or Kruger's?
It's Neill Blomkamp's District 9 follow-up.
It's not a coming-out speech. Except that it totally is. And she's quitting acting. Except she isn't. What does she really mean?
This is how you keep a Hollywood audience's attention.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler: highlight. Robert Downey Jr.: surprise lowlight.
She'll be the fourth-youngest star to receive the honor.
It's called Money Monster. No beaver puppets will be involved.
She knows what she's doing.
"I've seen every single episode, and I will rewatch every episode before the new season."
Hope they don't mind the sight of blood!
Sofia Vergara making her Modern Family character look restrained, Nicole Kidman giving the stinkeye, and many many more glimpses of the audience.
John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz also star in Roman Polanski's new film.
Plus, David Letterman tries to wrestle out Jodie Foster's opinion on co-star Mel Gibson in our regular late-night roundup.
1. Gibson's bad behavior will make the moviegoing experience richer.
So she cast herself in 'The Beaver.'
The movie got a warm response from the audience at the premiere. But it's hard to tell if that was because it was presented by its beloved director, Jodie Foster.
Anton Yelchin is not having these shenanigans.
Someone's getting horizontal.
Matthew Morrison, Julianna Margulies, Rihanna, and more in this month's best entertainment photography.
Beginning March 23.
A family flick emerges.
And yup, that Spring 2011 release date is happening.
And a trailer, tomorrow.