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  • Key scenes: 'Moneyball,' 'The Descendants,' 'Coriolanus,' 'The Ides of March,' 'The Artist'

    Key scenes: 'Moneyball,' 'The Descendants,' 'Coriolanus,' 'The Ides of March,' 'The Artist'
  • The scent of a man

    The scent of a man
    What should a man smell like? This is not an inquiry to be undertaken lightly — particularly at this time of the year when the gantlet of parties, events and mixers that stretches from Thanksgiving into the new year is destined to put the fragrance...
  • Predicting the Golden Globes: Motion picture drama races

     
    How do you forecast what nutty notions might be floating around in the heads of the 83 full- and part-time entertainment journalists who comprise the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., a group that, for last year’s Golden Globes, labeled “The...
  • Martin Scorsese: Doing just one shot makes a fine 'first half-day'

     
    Even big-time directors aren't immune to first-day jitters. At The Times' recent Directors Roundtable, filmmakers Alexander Payne, Michel Hazanavicius, George Clooney, Stephen Daldry and Martin Scorsese talked about how nerve-wracking it can be to start a...
  • VOD Spotlight: Don’t beware George Clooney’s “The Ides of March”

     
    “I don’t want to go show this to Washington. I don’t want them to be taking notes,” says George Clooney of his film The Ides of March. His film, indeed. Clooney cowrote, coproduced, directed and stars in a political thriller...
  • 'The Artist' dominates BAFTA nominations

     
    BAFTA nominations: "The Artist," which won three Golden Globes Sunday evening, earned the most nominations for the Orange British Academy Awards with 12....
  • Stephen Daldry: Young Thomas Horn is 'a proper leading man'

     
    Never work with children or animals, says the old show-business adage — advice largely ignored by five of this year's top directors. Filmmakers Stephen Daldry, Martin Scorsese, Alexander Payne, Michel Hazanavicius and George Clooney recently spoke...
  • 'The Help,' 'Tower Heist,' 'Pariah' among Image Award nominees

     
    The NAACP announced its nominees for the 43rd Image Awards Thursday morning at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly HIlls. The awards celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in TV, music, literature and films. The winners will be annnounced...
  • A Newt seduced South Carolina's Christian electorate

     
    The lesson of South Carolina's primary? Values are good, but the chance to beat President Obama in November is much more enticing....
  • Alexander Payne on directing: casting is 'first among equals'

     
    Alexander Payne, George Clooney, Stephen Daldry, Michel Hazanavicius and Martin Scorsese talked about the importance and challenges of assembling a good cast at the Envelope Directors Roundtable....
  • George Clooney on directing: 'Forward momentum' is important

     
    Whether a director is trying to coax a nuanced emotional performance or a death-defying stunt from an actor, earning their trust is important. George Clooney, Stephen Daldry, Martin Scorsese, Alexander Payne and Michel Hazanavicius visited the Envelope...
  • Oscars 2012: 'Hugo' editor Thelma Schoonmaker on kids, dogs and 3-D

     
    Martin Scorsese's long-running editor partner Thelma Schoomaker talks about their collaboration on "Hugo" and being nominated for her seventh Oscar...