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  • George Clooney on the Epic Battle to Make 'Monuments Men'

    The walls of his rustic chic home, tucked away on a quiet wooded street in Studio City, are graced with framed black-and-white photographs of gorgeous leading men from a bygone era: Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Gregory Peck and Paul Newman, among them. In his...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

    One of the more frequent accusations leveled at Wes Anderson -- that he's a filmmaker who favors style over substance -- will ring even hollower than usual after "The Grand Budapest Hotel," a captivating 1930s-set caper whose innumerable surface pleasures...
  • Among Bob Balaban's Hollywood stories are a few monuments

    Among Bob Balaban's Hollywood stories are a few monuments
    Bob Balaban was born, so to speak, into movie royalty. His father and uncles were founders of the Balaban and Katz theater chain of Chicago movie palaces. His uncle Barney Balaban was president of Paramount for three decades, and grandfather Sam Katz...
  • Berlin: Weinstein Company Is the Big Spender, But How Many Markets are Too Many?

    Berlin's 2014 European Film Market saw a late sales rally, one record claimed, a few hot sellers and even some surprises. But as one distributor put it, there were "not enough good screenplays nor good directors nor buyers." "It's not just that this...
  • Wes Anderson is off in a new world with 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Wes Anderson is off in a new world with 'Grand Budapest Hotel'
    More than just about any other major American filmmaker working today, writer-director Wes Anderson doesn't so much make movies as create worlds. Each of his films takes place in its own strange sovereignty, whether the Texas prep school of "Rushmore,"...
  • Best Harold Ramis Films

     
    “Groundhog Day” is one of my favorite movies ever, and I’ve made no secret here of my love for “Animal House” and “Caddyshack.” Harold Ramis had a big role in all those, so I’m an admirer. But since I was......
  • Box Office: '300′ Sequel Muscles Toward $40 Mil Opening Ahead of 'Peabody & Sherman'

    Warner Bros.-Legendary Pictures' swords-and-sandals epic "300: Rise of an Empire," tracking in the low-$40 millions, and Fox-DreamWorks Animation's "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," which should gross somewhere in the $30 millions, will keep the overall box office...
  • Wes Anderson: 12 Fun Facts About His Movies

    It's no secret that Wes Anderson jam packs his films with Easter eggs that make watching his pics akin to embarking on a scavenger hunt. Just like you can discover something new with each viewing, there's still much to learn about the enigmatic director...
  • Oscars 2014: Stars and stand-ins mingle during rehearsals

    Oscars 2014: Stars and stand-ins mingle during rehearsals
    When Angelina Jolie arrived at Oscar rehearsals Thursday morning, she had some wisdom to share with a group of film students clustered backstage at the Dolby Theatre. The actress and director spoke to the students not of the demands of a Hollywood career,...
  • Jennifer Lawrence too hot? What Oscar suspense?

    Jennifer Lawrence too hot? What Oscar suspense?
    Certainly one of the more unusual criticisms this Oscar season comes from the man portrayed by Christian Bale in "American Hustle." Mel Weinberg, 89, faults the casting of Jennifer Lawrence as his then-wife. "In the movie, the wife was hotter than the...
  • Harold Ramis dies: Five of his most memorable comedy movies

    Harold Ramis dies: Five of his most memorable comedy movies
    Whether in front of the camera, in the director's chair or on the page, the late comedy actor, director and writer Harold Ramis could be counted on to deliver antic humor under-girded by surprising intelligence. Following are five films exemplifying...
  • Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile

    Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile
    What I will remember most about Harold Ramis is his smile — always there in his work, ever playing across his face. Even when the writer/actor/director was trying to look serious, his eyes twinkled and a grin tugged at the corners of his mouth. As...