"If you can be disgusted and scared and laugh at the same time," says filmmaker Tommy Wirkola, "that's the ultimate mix for me."
Sergio Sa Leitao and Andrien Muselet bring buzz to the biz.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was back, and sticking around a freezing Leicester Square in London for the European preem of Lionsgate's "The Last Stand" on Jan. 22.
As the wife of a hit-and-run victim in Catherine Corsini's "Three Worlds," Dobroshi delivered in full on the striking promise she displayed four years ago in the Dardenne brothers' "Lorna's Silence."
Costumes recall suffering and wartime in two Oscar nominees
Having already become Quentin Tarantino's highest-grossing Stateside release (surpassing 2009's "Inglourious Basterds"), "Django Unchained" broke loose internationally, scoring a chart-topping $49.1…
Boe Folsgaard was still at Denmark's National School of Theater and Contemporary Dance when he won the role of the cuckolded King Christian VII in Nicolaj Arcel's "A Royal Affair," playing opposite…
Not many films have faced as many makeup challenges as Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". . .
It seems the idea of forecasting boffo B.O. for horror films has frightened studios lately.
As one of three best friends on a road trip before they face the responsibilities of adulthood, Henigman was the standout in Nejc Gazvoda's "A Trip," playing a soldier departing for war in…
By an uncanny coincidence, two films based on the 'Snow White' fairy tale landed noms in the Oscar race for achievement in costume design.