We don't have anything bitchy to say about this.
Probably not! But maybe!
Scary news for anyone thinking about seeing the idiotic new Website thriller Untraceable this weekend: Everything in it could happen TO YOU
"I’m not exaggerating at all when I say his bicep is the size of my head."
"When I first arrived in Thailand I brought all these natural remedies like lavender oil and citronella to keep bugs away, and by halfway through filming I was totally doing the 100 percent DEET."
Even Christianity Today gets in on the act.
Oft-reliable British tabloid The Sun reports today on an unsubstantiated rumor that Johnny Depp could replace Heath Ledger in The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Terry Gilliam's in-production fantasy film which Ledger's death threw into uncertainty this week.
Mad Men and Ant-Man, returning to the screen sooner than expected!
So far, most of Cloverfield's reviews tend to praise it — or write it off — as a simple movie about a giant monster biting a hole through greater Manhattan (and lots of Manhattanites). But could it be something deeper?
The cinematographer of epic films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and He Got Game is presenting her directorial debut at Sundance this week — Nerakhoon (The Betrayal), a project 23 years in the making.
"She claims it was the happiest moment of her life — when Khomeini called her a woman."
Orson Welles! Sharon Stone! Shelob!
A six-minute companion piece to a new DIY classic.
This could be the My Dinner With Andre of Bond films!
Those currently in the throes of strike-induced Office withdrawal will probably want to mark June 20 on their calendar, as that's the day they can see Steve Carell playing Maxwell Smart, another high-functioning incompetent whose onscreen superiors never seem to check a resume or call his references.
Variety says Iraq-themed movies didn't get nominated. Vulture disagrees!
Gilliam, though surely incredibly upset at the death of his friend and collaborator, must also be shaking his fist at Heaven and shouting, "What next?"
The role that truly defined Heath Ledger's career wasn't in Brokeback Mountain.
If you’d grown up an aspiring filmmaker with parents like experimental director Ken Jacobs and his longtime collaborator-wife Florence, it’s only natural that we'd see their influence on your work. Their son Azazel Jacobs took things a bit further, though.
The actor is found in a Broome Street apartment.
But with ghosts instead of a big-ass monster.
Two days before Katrina hit, small-time hustler, sometime drug dealer, and non-stop motormouth Kim Roberts bought a used video camera for twenty bucks. Then she filmed as she and her husband helped 25 neighbors survive and escape the waters.
The volatile executive makes a play for a movie by a filmmaker whose last film he dumped.
The director of Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room on his new Sundance documentary.