When Paramount's "Nebraska" bowed in Cannes, the reaction was positive, but a little muted; most of the attention was on the performance of Bruce Dern (who went on to win the prize for best actor).
“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,”…
Public conversations with Helena Bonham Carter and Bruce Dern plus a feature film award for Steven Bernstein's Helen Hunt and Samantha Morton starrer "Decoding Annie Parker" are among the additions…
Paramount has released the first official trailer for Alexander Payne’s “Nebraska,” two months ahead of its U.S. release on Nov. 15. The comedy, shot in black-and-white, debuted at Cannes, where…
Paramount looks to get a jump start on a crowded 2015 Fourth of July weekend, launching its “Terminator” reboot on Wednesday, July 1. The studio also officially announced on Monday the rumored title…
The 21st annual Hamptons Intl. Film Festival has tapped a trio of fest-circuit buzzmagnets for its prime screening slots, setting “Kill Your Darling” as the opening night screening with “Nebraska”…
Time Warner Cable settled its grudge match with CBS — ending the month-long blackout of CBS-owned stations in New York, L.A., Dallas and other cities — but more than 600,000 of the cable operator's…
YouTube is under fire from two state attorneys general who allege the Google-owned site has reaped advertising dollars from numerous videos linking to "rogue" prescription drugs sellers and depicting…
In this modern era of 3D, effects-laden movie spectacles, some of Hollywood's most prolific indie directors are making a colorful splash into black-and-white.
Alexander Payne's sixth feature is another low-concept, finely etched study of flawed characters stuck in life's well-worn grooves.
The Croisette will get a taste of Midwestern American sensibilities this year when Omaha native Alexander Payne screens his latest pic, Nebraska, in competition.