"She's not just a computer!"
Mara's replacing Mia Wasikowska.
Let them live.
It was a hit at Sundance.
The annual Women in Film party's red carpet was practically typhoon territory.
Posing is awkward. But for Rooney Mara, it looks really awkward.
Plus: Lady Whoopi (Goldberg) and Jimmy Fallon rehash their favorite parts of Downton Sixbey, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Soderbergh’s last theatrical release mixes noir and pharmaceuticals.
It was for a Terrence Malick movie, of course.
Side Effects Trailer: Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum, Jude Law, Catherine Zeta-Jones Are Pretty, Sad, and Nervous
Be forewarned: Channing Tatum wears a fedora.
Photographer Edward Keating's two days on the unusually professionalized set.
When she was 5, her family moved her from Sweden to a small village in Iceland that was founded for the disabled.
It's a film akin to Bonnie and Clyde.
This sounds promising!
C-Mugs had scheduling conflicts.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo in sunlight!
Milla Jovovich holds a grudge, Octavia Spenser reverse faints, and two photobombers, only one of them intentional.
The best rebound, the worst homage, and more red-carpet hits and misses.
And see Jean Dujardin dance.
From Fassbender to Clooney to Damon.
In a Steven Soderbergh movie.
Sony says they were asked to cut, not blur, the scenes.
"We had to be really sure that the nipple piercing was in the place where it was going to catch the light."
And four other talking points to chew on.
If Carey Mulligan were The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, she would wink flirtatiously. Just like Lisbeth! (Or not at all.)