Before "Martha Marcy May Marlene" debuted at Sundance, its chief talking point was that annoyingly alliterative title.
‘Steve Jobs’ Director Danny Boyle Praises Aaron Sorkin: ‘In Cinema Terms He Is Your Greatest Writer’
Eli Roth Drops Blood, Keanu Reeves Enjoys Playing Victim at ‘Knock Knock’ Premiere
BFI London Film Festival Kicks Off With Meryl Streep’s ‘Suffragette’ and Red Carpet Protest
No Waffling: ‘Fargo’ Season 2 Premiere Party a Success
Mary Mapes, Dan Rather Join Stars Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford at ‘Truth’ Screening
Despite Woody Allen's insoluble association with New York (and a more-than-implied aversion to Los Angeles), the writer-director found new vitality in a carefree sojourn abroad this year with…
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The prospect of "Moneyball" earning a best picture nom but falling short of the Oscar would be poetic, a case of life imitating art imitating life.
If this year's newly elastic best-picture race allows a summer blockbuster to slip in, Paramount's alien-invasion thriller "Super 8" could well be the prime beneficiary.
The name's Smiley, George Smiley -- and he's the opposite of 007 in nearly every way.
It's thirty years since Steven Spielberg's Saturday-matinee throwback "Raiders of the Lost Ark" landed eight Oscar nominations, including mentions for Best Picture and Director.
Boxing pics have long resonated for Oscar, and now it's time to see if mixed martial arts will fare as well.
The "Juno" tag team of Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman reunite for "Young Adult," and the duo's reteaming automatically demands attention.
The surest route to a visual-effects Oscar is to show the Academy something it's never seen before, whether it's Brad Pitt transformed into a wizened child in "Benjamin Button" or a completely…
This year's documentary Oscar race just got bigger. With a rule change that allows films to qualify over a 16-month period (Sept. 1, 2010, to Dec. 31, 2011, instead of just September to August)…
As overseas humanism takes many forms, lighter-hearted entries could break through phalanx of earnest political pics.
‘Inside Out’: Pixar’s Character Art Director on Designing the Emotions
Cinematographer Roger Deakins on Crafting ‘Sicario’s’ Dark Look
‘The Muppets’: Kermit Comes Clean About Miss Piggy Break Up
‘Everest’ Cinematographer on Recreating the Grueling Mountain Experience
‘Mad Men’ Star Christina Hendricks ‘So Proud’ of Emmy Winner Jon Hamm, AMC Series
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