Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock get star billing but play supporting roles in Warner's "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close."
Giorgio Armani didn't pick out Glenn Close's male duds for her crossdressing turn in Roadside's "Albert Nobbs," but his label did co-sponsor the Cinema Society screening Tuesday at MoMA.
It's quite a life story, and David M. Rosenthal had the guts to turn it into a movie, "Janie Jones." At Thursday's AMC Loews preem, the writer-helmer dedicated the Tribeca Films pic to his daughter…
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Relationships are messy, especially long-distance ones -- that's what the characters in Drake Doremus' "Like Crazy" find out the hard way.
"Margin Call," which preemed Monday at Gotham's Sunshine Landmark, follows the beginning of the 2008 economic crisis and conveniently bows amidst the current Occupy Wall Street movement.
It all came full circle for Harry Belafonte on Thursday night when "Sing Your Song" screened at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, Belafonte's birthplace.
"Even 10 minutes in I was like I'm gonna need to read the Cliff's Notes," a guest told her friend at the after-party of Magnolia Pictures' "Melancholia," the latest film from director Lars Von Trier…
According to Rod Lurie, his new "Straw Dogs" is not Sam Peckinpah's 1971 "Straw Dogs."
The end is nigh! Well, at least that's what Michael Shannon's character envisions in Sony Pictures Classics' "Take Shelter," which preemed Sept. 8 at Landmark Sunshine.
The Russian Tea Room overflowed with champagne at the Aug. 8 premiere party for Focus Features' "One Day," as the pic's Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess and Patricia Clarkson mingled with guests.