Plus: J. J. Abrams's heist flick gets a screenwriter.
Meanwhile, Heidi Montag throws her name in the ring.
See the stars on the red carpet (and Giorgio Armani's yacht) in today's slideshow.
Her name is Biba and she is a genius.
Her Iranian film gives her a platform to speak out for her Iranian director friend, now under house arrest.
Unlikely to be the funniest movie of the year.
High Priestess of Soul, meet Queen of Hip-Hop Soul.
'Twilight' fans can breathe a shriek of relief.
Michelle Williams: "I wanted my daughter to sleep with me since we're away from home. Then she kicked me in the face."
For the usual tax-related reasons.
"For the record, it was really really warm in that room!"
Revisiting the foul-mouthed YouTube phenomenon.
The film, about a happy married couple visited by miserable friends, is the odds-on favorite for this year's Palme d'Or.
Plus: Alfred Molina joins 'Abduction.'
Traded in for a HP.
"I hope your family and your kids end up in jail one day for stealing so maybe they can be taught the difference."
And Universal paid $6.7 million in script fees only to film the exact opposite of the story they'd first paid for.
Plus: Glenn Close, Dominic Cooper, Abbas Kiarostami ...
The director talks about remixing 'Kites,' his love of Asian cinema, and why Roman Polanski's support means a lot to him.
The subtitles are really more like keyword tags to a blog post.
The director talks about why his documentary is necessary, playing cat and mouse with interviewees, and how angry Matt Damon is at Obama.
He arrived "from the future" to finally meet his mom and dad.
Or are KKK members being chased by hazmat men with guns?