Venice Film Review: ‘The Postman’s White Nights’
An isolated village in Russia’s far north is the setting for Andrei Konchalovsky’s “The Postman’s White Nights,” a fiction feature informed by reality with a cast largely composed of non-pro...
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Joe Scarborough Named 'Meet the Press' Contributor, NBC News Senior Political Analyst
The 'Morning Joe' host was known to have been lobbying for the 'Meet the Press' host jobread more
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Martin Scorsese's 'The 50 Year Argument' Trailer Puts New York Review of Books Next to Playboy
"We were not seeking to be part of an establishment, we were seeking to examine establishments"read more
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Oscars: Japan Nominates 'The Light Shines Only There' in Foreign-Language Category
Mipo Oh won the best director honor for the film in Montreal earlier this weekread more
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Garth Brooks Creates Digital Music Partnership
The country star is one of the last holdouts refusing to put his music on iTunesread more
Toronto: ‘By Way of Helena’ Casts William Hurt and Alice Braga, Gets Intl. Sales Agent (EXCLUSIVE)
William Hurt and Alice Braga have joined the cast of revenge thriller “By Way of Helena,” which also stars Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson. WestEnd Films has boarded the film as international s...
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Toronto: First Controversial Drone Movie Strikes, Questions U.S. Policy
'Good Kill' is making its world premiere at Venice Film Festival before heading for Torontoread more
‘The Identical’ Review: Twin Elvises + Judeo-Christian Messaging = ‘Oogieloves’ For Adults
“The Identical” gives us a premise so bonkers that one can only wish John Waters had gotten a crack at it: identical-twin Elvises, one spiritual and one profane, as though the “How G...
Jimmy Kimmel and Sarah Silverman Insult Each Other In Honor of Joan Rivers (Video)
After giving an honest and heartfelt tribute to Joan Rivers at the top of his show, Jimmy Kimmel gave her the sort of sendoff that she really would have appreciated. The “Live!” host broug...
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'Horrible Bosses 2': Jennifer Aniston Simultaneously Seduces the Trio in New Trailer
"You three are the craziest criminals I've ever seen in my life — you gotta act like it!"read more
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Toronto: Tom Hanks' 'A Hologram For The King' Sells Internationally
Tom Tykwer directs the big-screen adaptation of Dave Eggers' novelread more
Chastain, Banderas, Mortensen, Coster-Waldau, Almodovar Join Washington, Del Toro at San Sebastian
MADRID – A bullish star quotient – Denzel Washington, Benicio del Toro, Antonio Banderas, John Malkovich, Pedro Almodovar, Viggo Mortensen, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jessica Chastain, Josh Hutcher...
WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman Pay Tribute to Joan Rivers
Jimmy Kimmel delivered an extended tribute to Joan Rivers on Thursday’s edition of “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” The host saluted the comedy legend, who died Thursday at the age of 81, for be...
‘Boardwalk Empire’ Review: Goodbye to a Show With No Sentimentality
Elegant, self-assured and gloomily quiet for long stretches at a time, “Boardwalk Empire” is one of the most understated and underrated shows in television history. It lulls us into believ...
Indian PM Narendra Modi to Tout Entertainment Business in LA
US media and Hollywood may have wrongly overlooked opportunities in world's largest English-speaking market
Simon Cowell’s ‘Got Talent’ Format Extends to Asia
Syco Entertainment and FremantleMedia’s hit “Got Talent” show is set for its biggest expansion yet.
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Oscars: Georgia Nominates 'Corn Island' in Foreign-Language Category
The almost wordless fable won the top prize at the Karlovy Vary festival this summerread more
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Helen Mirren Wanted to Do ‘Hundred-Foot Journey’ in French
The actress shot scenes in English and French, but says most Americans "will not accept films with subtitles"read more
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Soviet-Era Actor Who Inspired Vladimir Putin Dies at 90
Donatas Banionis' James Bond-style character in a 1968 film motivated Russia's president to work for the intelligence serviceread more
Japan Switches on to ‘Light’ as Foreign-Language Oscar Contender
Japan has selected “The Light Shines Only There” as its national contender for the foreign-language Academy Awards race. Directed by woman director Oh Mipo, the film is a drama about an unemployed...