Kate Winslet? Marion Cotillard?
Imax theaters are reserving a three-month window for the film to be shown.
Well, Todd McCarthy liked it, at least.
"The average Imax screen size has been just slightly bigger than conventional screens for about six years."
"He should perhaps go back to making cheerfully inventive outrageous films like 'Kill Bill.' Because Kill Adolf hasn't worked out."
It's pretty self-explanatory.
IFC Films has bravely paid money for the American distribution, and they promise the version screened here will be the same one seen at Cannes on Sunday.
Plus: Blur scheduling U.S. tour dates?
It would certainly seem so!
Pepsi, Pepsi, Pepsi, Pepsi, Pepsi, Pepsi, Pepsi. Pepsi!
Plus: Sherri Shepherd goes solo.
See the first footage from Heath's performance in 'Doctor Parnassus'!
The label probably won't be buried, but that doesn't mean that President Daniel Battsek shouldn't start prepping his résumé.
“It’s the hand of God. And I am the best film director in the world. I’m not sure if God is the best God in the world.”
Warning: Read this post only if you want to cross your legs for the rest of the day.
Yarrrr! Roger Friedman got a new job.
Plus: 'Battleship: The Movie.'
Coppola: “It’s fun to go to the barber with Vincent.”
In his 'Capitalism: Slavery,' the director takes a Victorian stenograph of cotton pickers and, essentially, animates it into cinema.
Or, at least, that's what producer Neil Moritz thinks!
Plus: Monica Belucci joins cursed 'Sorcerer's Apprentice.'
Terry Gilliam's going for it!
Bring your family! And a date!
'It's good. I liked it.'
According to Nikki Finke, Scorsese wants Leonardo DiCaprio, but Universal wants teen heartthrob Johnny Depp.