Every year Variety asks playwrights, authors and songwriters to weigh in on screenplays and scripters in the Oscar race. Their insights are as fascinating as the pictures they write about.
Kill Your Darlings
Daniel Radcliffe, writer Austin Bunn, Dane DeHaan, and director John Krokidas discuss the Allen Ginsburg drama at the Variety Screenings Series.
"12 Years a Slave," "All Is Lost," "Carrie," "Escape Plan," "The Fifth Estate," "Kill Your Darlings" and other new releases reviewed.
It's little surprise that there are twice as many reality-based films currently vying for awards attention as last year, when one of those, "Argo," took home the best picture Oscar.
The number of films based on actual people or events that have stirred Oscar buzz this year has jumped to 17 from just eight last season.
No sooner had Dane DeHaan started acting onscreen than the industry dubbed him "the next Leonardo DiCaprio."
Over the past several years, Jack Huston has portrayed a disfigured WWI vet, a Depression-era vampire, a Hemingway character, an Oscar Wilde character, a young Jack Kerouac and a 1960s rocker.
Following the Southland preem of “Kill Your Darlings” at the Writer's Guild Theater on Oct. 3, Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, Michael C. Hall and others gathered at the Thompson Beverly Hills Hotel…
With the Hamptons International Film Festival around the corner, the festival has released its full slate of programming. Richard Curtis' "About Time" will be the Southampton opener on Oct. 11, while…
“August: Osage County” will play one of the two centerpiece slots at this year's Hamptons Intl. Film Festival, joining a lineup of buzzy festival-circuit alums including opener “Kill Your Darlings,”…
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