After "X-Men," James McAvoy sheds his inhibitions -- and most of his clothes -- in "Filth," which Magnolia releases May 30, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh, about a misanthropic cop with a secret…
Jon S. Baird's needfully messy adaptation of "Trainspotting" author Irvine Welsh's 1998 bestseller is a bracingly abrasive trip that will leave audiences craving a hot shower afterward.
The Zurich Film Festival has announced their 2013 lineup, which features 122 films from 27 countries, 22 debut films and 16 world premieres. "We want to grow at a healthy and moderate pace," said…
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Guardians of the Galaxy
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Dolphin Tale 2
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James McAvoy is going crazy in Sierra/Affinity's new international trailer for the comic thriller “Filth,” portraying a sex-obsessed drug-addicted police officer in Edinburgh. “When you enforce the…
CBS announced via Twitter today that it has renewed Chuck Lorre comedy “Two and a Half Men” for an 11th season with Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher set to return. #TwoAndAHalfMen renewed for 2013-2014…
A trippy variation on the dream-within-a-dream movie, Danny Boyle's return-to-form crimer constantly challenges what auds think they know.
This simplistic urban morality tale miscasts the appealing James McAvoy as one good cop whose dogged pursuit of Mark Strong's alpha criminal only uncovers the rot within police ranks.
For those who can't imagine growing tired of Beyonce Knowles' flawless face (or the rest of her), try going 90 wearisome minutes with "Life Is But a Dream," a vanity project that puts tolerance for…
"Two and a Half Men" thesp Angus T. Jones issued a lengthy mea culpa on Tuesday, a day after causing a stir with an Internet vid in which he called the CBS laffer "filth" and urged viewers to stop…
"Two and a Half Men" trouper Angus T. Jones had a post-Thanksgiving surprise for Warner Bros. and CBS when he likened the laffer to "filth" and urged viewers to stop watching.