As a superstar actress, the tattooed Oscar winner ("Girl, Interrupted") has always had fun tweaking conventional ideas about roles and identity -- and people's expectations of her.
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No makeup. No expression. When she first appears onscreen as Juliette in "I've Loved You So Long," Kristin Scott Thomas is stripped bare of everything but her wardrobe.
Kate Winslet has a long history of playing strong-willed women, but there might not be anyone on her resume like April Wheeler. A young housewife who, along with her husband (played by Leonardo…
Meryl Streep's Sister Aloysius has no doubt that Father Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman) has done the unspeakable with one of his altar boys in John Patrick Shanley's "Doubt." The tough-as-nails nun…
Even as Hollywood tubthumps 3-D as the next big driver for the theatrical market, Indian exhibitors are banking on local alternative content to drive digital conversion on the subcontinent.
Reviews have been strong for Beckinsale, who plays a reporter refusing to disclose a source.
Reuniting with "Moulin Rouge" helmer Baz Luhrmann, Kidman gallivants through the Outback with fellow Aussie Hugh Jackman.
What's not to like about Thompson? In a three-year period (1993-'96), she was nominated for five Oscars and won twice ("Howards End" and screenplay for "Sense and Sensibility").
Period pieces have become second nature to Knightley, and she does them exceedingly well.
Although it feels like she's been acting for decades, Fanning is only 14 and continues to impress in films of all different genres.