While Legendary Pictures awaits a Frank Darabont polish on its "Godzilla" script, the studio continues to assemble its cast, entering talks with Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston to co-star.
Martha Marcy May Marlene
Some of the most dramatic, and revealing, movie moments of 2011 occur when songs do the talking.
Dialogue-free moments open door to aural effects
Three helmers who made distinctive indie dramas demonstrate range and tenacity
"Since I was defined for so long as daughter/sister/aunt of someone famous, I was very curious to see who this Lizzie Olson (sister of the Olson twins) was..."
"Sarah is the real thing in terms of being an actress. I see myself as one of those people who's played variations of myself. With her, she can do anything."
It's been a heady year for Borderline Films, the shingle launched by three ambitious NYU film students whose latest pic "Martha Marcy May Marlene" opened last weekend to a promising $137,000 from…
Reports of the death of New York independent filmmaking have been greatly exaggerated.
Last year, Jody Lee Lipes became a guinea pig for indie filmmakers everywhere when he jumped at the chance to lense fellow Lena Dunham's "Tiny Furniture" on a consumer-grade SLR camera.
Heralds the arrival of talented tyro Sean Durkin and promising new star Elizabeth Olsen.