For the stars of Relativity’s latest big screen adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," the trick to tackling an iconic literary figure is not regarding him/her as such. Star-crossed…
Cate Blanchett plays a neurotic Woody Allen heroine for the ages in this serious-minded but ruefully funny work.
A tribute to the late pioneering casting director Marion Dougherty and, in the bargain, a full-throated appeal for the Acad to finally recognize casting as an official Oscar category, "Casting By"…
Frisky and frivolous, Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love" serves up four comical vignettes in the latest stop on the director's breezy tour of romantic Euro locales.
Casting director Marion Dougherty, who helped define the contemporary role of those in her profession, died Dec. 4 in Manhattan of natural causes. She was 88 and had been ailing from heart disease.
A glance at the folks behind brilliant casting.
There's an undeniably populist appeal, light as meringue and twice as sweet, in the pic's arm's-reach sophistication.
Fitfully amusing and nearly saved by its distinguished cast.
Though stuffed with witty one-liners and wondrously convoluted tirades, pic often loses itself in excess verbiage.
In theater, as Rebecca Hall fully understands, you stick to the script. In film, not so much.
Woody Allen's London-set black comedy sends out more mixed signals than an inebriated telegraphist.