If "Hitchcock" relies too much on famous people impersonating other famous people, there's nonetheless a redeeming core of cinephilia at work.
Andrew Dominik’s last movie, 2007’s “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” was an elegiac deconstruction of the Western. His latest, “Killing Them Softly,” takes the same approach to the gangster film. There’s violence aplenty, but once again Dominik is fascinated by something far ...
The French actor, writer, and director of "Polisse" on working with children and nonprofessional actors, writing under pressure, and growing up on screen.
The non-profit has named Yoon to the newly created position of executive vice president, where he will help boost its marketing and advertising efforts.
We look back on our favorite Lindsay Lohan roles and the ones we wish never happened.
'Lincoln' leads with 10 nominations but Spielberg is left out
Dreamworks SKG founders Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen are supporting a $350 million fundraising campaign for the nonprofit Motion Picture & Television Fund.
Casting directors Mary Vernieu and Venus Kanani share how the cast of "The Giver" worked hard for their roles.
An adrenaline-pumped grindhouse comedy pits redneck outlaws against a comic book army of murderous ethnic groups. The smartly stylized filmmaking is undermined by questionable racial politics.
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.