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VarietyEmirati helmer Ali F. Mostafa ("City of Life") will shoot "A to B," a road movie about three Western-educated Arab youths who travel 1,500 miles from Abu Dhabi to Beirut in memory of their deceased best friend whose presence is felt throughout. A rare...
ReutersMay 13 (TheWrap.com) - Leonardo DiCaprio, Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese are just a few of the Hollywood luminaries to descend upon Cannes this week for the world's most famous film festival. What no one seems to know is whether this will be a good...
ReutersApr 24 (TheWrap.com) - Brit Marling is in final negotiations to star in an untitled dramatic thriller formerly known as "The Keeping Room" that Daniel Barber is directing from a script by up-and-coming screenwriter Julia Hart. Wind Dancer Films,...
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In "Broken City," a Manhattan-set drama likely to appeal to those who enjoyed the more elegantly plotted machinations of "Arbitrage," the scenes between Russell Crowe as a powerful New York City mayor and Jeffrey Wright as the equally powerful police...
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Not that long ago, premiering a star-driven Sundance Film Festival movie on a video-on-demand channel was an admission of failure. But last year's festival produced two huge on-demand hits, Richard Gere's crime drama "Arbitrage" and Kirsten Dunst's...
Oscar nominations were rife with snubs Thursday morning, particularly in the director category, where several favorites were absent from the list. Ben Affleck and Kathryn Bigelow, considered virtual locks for their work on their fact-based thrillers...
It's my final column of the year and, for that matter, the new millennium — not to mention of all time. Unless it isn't. I'm so confused. Anyhow, let's look at the highs and lows of 2012 — not that you have much choice if you're going to...
Richard Gere, who earned a Golden Globe nomination last week for "Arbitrage," will receive the Chairman's Award at the 24th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival awards gala at the Palm Springs Convention Center on Jan. 5. "Throughout his...
"Zero Dark Thirty," Kathryn Bigelow's chronicle of the search for terrorist Osama bin-Laden, continued its winning ways Sunday evening when it was named best film of 2012 by the African-American Film Critics Association. The film, which opens Wednesday,...
Spreading its praise between accessible, star-driven movies and a handful of challenging films, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. bestowed a leading seven Golden Globe nominations on Steven Spielberg's biography "Lincoln" while handing five nods apiece to...
Hollywood Foreign Press voters didn't go for Johnny Depp or Brad Pitt this year, saving their lead actor surprises for men who headlined smaller, more intimate films. In the comedy-musical category, lead honors went to Jack Black for the dark indie...
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