President Barack Obama provided plenty of laughs Saturday night at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, including this Steven Spielberg-Daniel Day-Lewis bit.
If Day-Lewis could win an Oscar for his portrayal of a corrupt oil man in "There Will Be Blood," consider how much stronger his chances are this time.
A present-day reimagining of the legend of Zorro is swashbuckling its way to USA Network.
Daniel Day-Lewis routinely disappears into his roles, but as Abraham Lincoln in "Lincoln," director Steven Spielberg says the actor reaches a new level of absorption.
It's the supreme task of any actor to get people to see beyond the body, the clothes, the movements and the voice, to the person inside.
Daniel Day-Lewis delivers an unimpeachable performance in Steven Spielberg's shrewd, stately and somewhat stuffy drama focused on a narrow yet defining chapter of Abraham Lincoln's life: abolishing…
"It was digging holes in the ground. It was irresistible."
The Berlin Film Festival got a much-needed dose of star power Tuesday as Daniel Day-Lewis was honored for his work with the special Berlinale Camera prize. Day-Lewis, sporting a bushy beard, was in…
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