One man's snub turned into another's gain.
Plus: Kate Winslet on the controversial subject of bra burning!
Sundance's opening-night film? 'Mary and Max,' a claymation drama starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Toni Collette.
Mendes, who worked with Newman on the Oscar-nominated gangster epic 'Road to Perdition,' had many memories of their time together, some funny, some inspirational, all moving.
De Niro signs on for another mobster drama, Yogi Bear gets his close-up, and Philip Seymour Hoffman goes for claymation.
This looks awesome.
Both Cher and Johnny Depp have pooh-poohed rumors about their playing Catwoman and the Riddler.
Plus: Philip Seymour Hoffman directs Cate Blanchett's husband's play.
Don't do it, Johnny! Steer clear, Phil!
They once seemed headed for the same career — then Reilly started hanging out with Will Ferrell. So who's better off now?
Plus: Jeff Goldblum joins the 'Law & Order' franchise, and someone's making 'The Happening,' but with animals instead of plants.
The 'Times Book Review' includes a highly questionable quotation purported to be from Heath Ledger. Vulture calls B.S.
What does Vulture pick as our Best Picture 2009 nominees?
Plus industry news on Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, and Coldplay.
Can anyone beat Javier and Cate?
Also: Into the Wild rises again.
Like many New Yorkers, we've spent a good deal of time trying to figure out why I Am Legend wasn't the brilliant movie we'd expected.
Plus industry news on Bond's new villain, Viggo Mortensen, and k.d. lang!
A handful of Screen Actors Guild Award nominations make Sean Penn's film a player again.
Who's up? Who's down?
Nice job starting off with the Scissor Sisters, but Hendrix’s "All Along the Watchtower," followed by Don McClean’s "American Pie?" Really?
Plus industry news on Pal Joey, Drew Barrymore, and Lil Jon.