PGA Awards: 'Birdman' Wins Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures
The 26th annual Producers Guild Awards were held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza hotel in Los Angeles on Saturday evening.read more
Sundance: Ethan Hawke, Emile Hirsch Describe the Lure of ‘Ten Thousand Saints’ (Video)
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Sundance Shortcuts: 'Nasty Baby's' Kristen Wiig, Co-Stars on Their Strangest Castmember (Video)
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Sundance: ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Actor Michael Shannon Airs His Beef With Video on Demand
Same-day video-on-demand releases undermine theatrical sales, actor Michael Shannon told TheWrap Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman on Saturday during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. “...
Sundance: James Franco on ‘The Interview’s’ VOD Release, Superhero Films
James Franco isn’t ruling out a return to the superhero genre that helped make his name with Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” films, although he doesn’t sound that enthusiastic a...
PGA Awards: 'Birdman' Upsets 'Boyhood,' Creating a Real Oscar Race (Analysis)
THR's awards analyst notes that 18 of the last 25 best picture Oscar winners, including each of the last seven, won the PGA Award en route to the big night.read more
PGA Awards: 'Breaking Bad' Wins Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama
The 26th annual Producers Guild Awards were held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza hotel in Los Angeles on Saturday evening.read more
Sundance Film Review: ‘The Diary of a Teenage Girl’
Translating tricky source material to the screen with flying colors, thesp Marielle Heller's feature directorial debut manages to plunge into the busy sex life of a 15-year-old girl without growing ex...
PGA Awards: Hollywood Reporter's Live Blog
THR gives real-time commentary on the awards, including who won and who lost and up-to-the minute analysis of the show.
'The Diary of a Teenage Girl': Sundance Review
Bel Powley, Alexander Skarsgard and Kristen Wiig star in this story of a teenager who sleeps with her mom's boyfriend.read more
Sundance Film Review: ‘I Am Michael’
James Franco’s ongoing game of sexual-identity peekaboo gets its most provocative jolt yet from “I Am Michael,” a remarkably even-handed account of outspoken gay-rights journalist Michael Glatze...
Sundance: ’99 Homes’ Director Calls Hollywood’s Lack of Diversity ‘Horrific’
Hollywood’s lack of diversity is an open secret, “99 Homes” writer-director Ramin Bahrani said on Saturday during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. “Listen, ever...
Watch: Keanu Reeves Opens Door to Trouble in ‘Knock Knock’ Teaser
Eli Roth released a short teaser for his upcoming film “Knock Knock” Friday night on Facebook leading up to its Sundance Film Festival debut. Keanu Reeves’ sexual fantasy turns into ...
Critic's Notebook: At Sundance 2015, Ladies First
Nicole Kidman in the Outback, a mean gymnast's redemption, a teen girl's sexual awakening, Lithuanian lesbians and more — the opening days of Sundance 2015 provided an unusually expansive showcase f...
Dennis Rodman Opens Up About 'The Interview,' Invites Seth Rogen to North Korea (Exclusive)
"North Korea is going to hack a comedy, a movie that is really nothing? I can’t see that happening," the former NBA player says on the eve of his own movie premiering at the Slamdance Film Festival....
Sundance: ‘How to Change the World,’ ‘(T)error’ Win Candescent Awards (EXCLUSIVE)
Documentaries “How to Change the World” and “(T)error” have won this year’s Candescent Award at the Sundance Film Festival. The grant is awarded by Candescent Films in pa...
PopPolitics: Why Hitchcock Holocaust Project Was Shelved for Decades (Listen)
Andre Singer’s “Night Will Fall,” debuting on HBO on Monday, tells the story of what happened to producer Sidney Bernstein and director Alfred Hitchcock’s hundreds of thousands...
Sundance Film Review: ‘Entertainment’
Not everyone will be entertained by Rick Alverson’s “Entertainment,” a dark, weird odyssey through a soulless American nowhere, with perhaps the world’s most abrasively unfunny insult comic as...
Sundance Review: 'Entertainment' Features Neil Hamburger, the Saddest Comedian in the World
Rick Alverson's surreal provocation "The Comedy" featured a bored, obnoxious Brooklyn hipster played by Tim Heidecker with such extreme discomfort that the entire project felt like a dare. T...
Clint Eastwood Talks ‘American Sniper’s’ ‘Antiwar Statement,’ Bradley Cooper’s Weight Loss
“American Sniper” director Clint Eastwood showed plenty of affection for Oscar-nominated star Bradley Cooper at Saturday’s Producers Guild of America’s nominees panel. “I...

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