Even as the movie piles on melodramatic tragedies, Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts give eminently watchable, painfully believable performances as the physically and emotionally damaged leads.
If "Hitchcock" relies too much on famous people impersonating other famous people, there's nonetheless a redeeming core of cinephilia at work.
"Life of Pi" actor Irrfan Khan shares his tale of auditioning for "Silver Linings Playbook" and discusses Hollywood vs. Bollywood.
A fantasy film balancing gorgeous visuals with a dark-edged fable about the mysteries of life, death and God, “Pi” is a showcase for Suraj Sharma’s remarkable film debut.
There is no comforting narrative in “The Central Park Five,” a new documentary from Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon about infamous 1989 rape case, because what happened is as senseless as the original crime seemed at the time.
Organizers of the upcoming Screen Actors Guild Awards are encouraging members to vote electronically for the nominees and winners.
Edward Burns chats about his new movie "The Fitzgerald Family Christmas," his writing process, and returning to his roots.
Awards contenders Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Naomi Watts, Helen Hunt, Rachel Weisz, Marion Cotillard, and Sally Field talk to The Hollywood Reporter about fame, fear, and fighting for roles.
Keira Knightley, currently starring in "Anna Karenina," talks about her work with Joe Wright, including a PSA where he almost cast her "Pride and Prejudice" love interest as her abuser.
Casting director Heidi Levitt shares how actors and casting directors can work internationally.