With the French-language "I've Loved You So Long," Kristin Scott Thomas retires her screen persona of "sipping champagne and ordering people about."
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Deborah Hopper started her costume-design career in the fantasy/make-believe worlds of opera and ballet. Now, renowned for her down-and-dirty, true-to-life style, she is a perfect match for filmmaker…
Pole dancing only looks easy. Marisa Tomei follows her fully nude work for Sidney Lumet in last year's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" with her stint this year as a barely clothed stripper in…
As a Brit in Los Angeles, production designer Sarah Greenwood found it no small challenge to re-create the milieu of L.A.'s Skid Row for "The Soloist." "Everything is an assault on the senses…
WB's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" has grossed a healthy 20 million yuan ($2.93 million) in mainland China from just 86 screens since its release at the end of September -- thanks to its 3-D…
He is obnoxious yet witty, irreverent and unconventional -- but he's got talent. Stefan Raab, a most unlikely Teuton TV star, has long been the creative centerpiece of the ProSieben empire.
A circus artiste tries to juggle love, desire and her dead sister's job in Dutch verite-fiction hybrid "Calimucho."
In the wake of an already lethargic year for film sales, and amid the ongoing global economic crisis, execs preparing for next month's American Film Market say all eyes will be on the Santa…
A muted, eerie but ultimately soothing blend of elements from "The Sixth Sense" and TV's "Lost," plus a healthy dollop of psychobabble, "Passengers" follows a handful of plane-crash survivors still…
John Woo's period epic "Red Cliff" was a box office hit in China, but now the question is whether the two-parter can recoup in its Japanese release.
With traditional U.S. theatrical acquisition deals nearly non-existent of late, industryites are turning to do-it-yourself alternatives. Like former ThinkFilm exec Dylan Marchetti -- who recently…