One could argue that actresses have already transcended gender in Hollywood. After all, several female thesps from Angelina Jolie ("Salt") to Helen Mirren (the upcoming "Arthur" redo) have nabbed…
When Jennifer Lawrence was on "Monk" in 2006, she and her parents recalled the year before -- when they were holed up in a Florida motel preparing for a fruitless Abercrombie shoot. They laughed.
To prep for the part of a celebrity French TV journalist who survives the 2004 tsunami in Clint Eastwood's "Hereafter," Belgian thesp Cecile de France devourd whatever books she could find on dying…
If oddsmakers are right, at least two female-produced films will compete for animated feature honors at the 2011 Oscars ceremony: Pixar's "Toy Story 3," produced by Darla Anderson, and Dreamworks…
Sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy have produced 12 hit collections since launching Rodarte in 2005, and their gowns have been worn by actresses including Keira Knightley, Kirsten Dunst, Tilda Swinton…
Documentaries have long been viewed as the poor, overly-earnest relatives of big, sexy feature films.
Alexandre Desplat and Clint Mansel look to classical titans as both reference and inspiration, while John Adams looks inward
Director Christopher Nolan keeps throwing wild challenges at composer Hans Zimmer. First, it was reinventing the sound of a troubled hero for "Batman Begins," then creating an unsettling vibe for the…
When director David Fincher considered composers to score "The Social Network," musical talent aside, he needed someone "who understood the horniness of being the dweeb outsider." Enter Trent Reznor.
More than a decade after bringing Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" to the screen, director Julie Taymor and composer Elliot Goldenthal -- partners in life and work -- have reunited for "The Tempest."
A.R. Rahman, the so-called Mozart of Madras, was already famous in Bollywood when Danny Boyle tapped him to score "Slumdog Millionaire."