A transcendent glimpse at how aging Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir passed his creative muse to his filmmaker son Jean Renoir presents masterly examples of character-based acting.
P.J. Hogan’s raunchy comedy is as much a welcome reminder of Toni Collette’s talent as it is a call to arms for weirdoes.
The lovely Eva Mendes graces our March 28 cover! Here's a little sneak peek of the cover story, where Mendes talks about her latest film, "The Place Beyond the Pines."
A legal victory for the major movie studios last week could translate into larger residual checks for performers.
Saoirse Ronan shares tips on how she tackled two characters for "The Host."
Niccol’s star is likely to rise even more when “The Host” hits theaters this Friday, Mar. 29. Set after a peaceful alien race takes over Earth, Saorise Ronan plays Melanie, a young woman whose body is taken over by an alien soul.
Hawk, who will be seen in the upcoming “Peeples,” talks about her early training at State University of New York at Purchase and the Groundlings.
Most recently in Lynn Shelton’s “Touchy Feely,” Delmore discusses her training at Western Washington University.
Karen Croner’s script for “One True Thing” helped Meryl Streep earn an Oscar nomination, but Croner is switching gears with the comedy “Admission,” in which Tina Fey plays an admissions officer who connects with a teen who might be the child she gave up for adoption. You began you ...
This comedy about a former sperm donor—set to be remade starring Vince Vaughn—who meets all the children he produced is sweet and likeable to a fault.