The first 10 minutes of Martin Scorsese's latest feature "Hugo" is an overture of sorts.
Although director Cameron Crowe didn't approach Sigur Ros frontman Jonsi about scoring "We Bought a Zoo" until the last day of shooting, in hindsight the choice seems like a foregone conclusion.
Talk about going from the sublime to the ridiculous; British composer Ilan Eshkeri's two most recent scores straddle two very different worlds. . .
As traditional helmers adapt to animation, they bring techniques from the live-action side along.
With the exception of "Rango," all of this year's American-backed big-studio toons take place abroad, ranging from "Rio's" beautiful Brazilian vistas to "Cars 2's" whirlwind tour of a world inhabited…
There's retro, and then there's "The Artist." Shot in B&W, with little dialogue, the French period piece about a '20 silent film star whose career collapses with the advent of talkies was predictably…
In the riveting opening scene of "Drive," Ryan Gosling's character deftly pilots a getaway car through the dark streets of downtown Los Angeles, with a pulsating, ominous electronic beat behind him.
Variety lists the tunemsiths and supervisors behind the year-end theatrical releases.
To land plum parts, actors adopt proactive approach.
The newest Bond girl, Bérénice Marlohe, was announced Nov. 3 -- a reminder that even in 2011, that nickname remains.
Ask any filmmaker or actor to name the most essential skills a costume designer can have, and the answer is never an eye for color or an encyclopedic knowledge of fashion.