The filmmaker talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated movie.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez loves celebrities. He was Oliver Stone's date to the Venice International Film Festival, could probably convince Sean Penn to agree to be held captive and perform a stage rendition of his parts in Simple Jack I Am Sam, and is perhaps the only known person on the p ... More >>
On paper, unsettling auteur Todd Solondz's latest flick, Life During Wartime, is a bizarre proposition. It's a sequel, of sorts, to his 1999 calling card, Happiness, with characters from his breakout film, Welcome to the Dollhouse, thrown in. Except every role is recast or, in s ... More >>
The last thing the world needs is Hugo Chávez's ego to get even bigger. Unfortunately, Venezuala's president might have been the biggest diva to walk the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival this past weekend. From the Telegraph:Mr. Chavez, who was accompanied by 50 bodyguard ... More >>
Miami's quintessential bad boy climbs back in the ring with The Wrestler.
The famous outlaw, the fawning outcast, and an epic movie that's as stylized as it is insane
Despite a nonexistent marketing campaign, Cuarón's latest is not to be missed
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