In the age of the big-budget studio franchise, a key for writer-directors is surprisingly simple: Be realistic.
Screenwriter Marcus Hinchey recently revisited Woody Allen's 1989 "Crimes and Misdemeanors" and heard an echo: "When the character says that ultimately, no matter what you do, if you can get away…
Screenwriter Pamela Gray describes "Conviction" as a story of "the wheels of justice turning in the wrong direction."
There is a moment, late in the independent drama "Get Low," when Robert Duvall's character, Felix Bush, confesses in public.
Jesse Eisenberg thinks while he speaks.
Jeremy Renner isn't the demanding type.
For Andrew Garfield, there's no such thing as the perfect role, only a semi-perfect storm.
Geoffrey Rush first encountered the maverick speech therapist Lionel Logue in the shape of a brown-paper package, left on his front doorstep in Melbourne. It was a script of an unproduced play called…
Lead actors also in the mix for possible Oscar notice include Michael Douglas, Jeff Bridges and Javier Bardem.
Mark Ruffalo says Paul was all on the page.
Supporting actors also in the mix for possible Oscar notice include Vincent Cassel, Ed Harris and Dustin Hoffman.
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