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  • Jason Bateman On Board Lego Documentary

    Jason Bateman has signed on to narrate "Beyond the Brick: A Lego Brickumentary," which will have its world premiere April 20 at the Tribeca Film Festival. Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson directed the film, which explores the impact of the Lego brick and...
  • Fox's Batman Prequel Finds Its Future Riddler

    Fox's "Gotham" has found another villain. Cory Michael Smith will play Edward Nygma (also known as the man who would become the Riddler) in the drama that explores the origin story of eventual Gotham police commissioner James Gordon (Ben McKenzie)....
  • Broadcasting the big strides in TV diversity

    Broadcasting the big strides in TV diversity
    When Fox's "Sleepy Hollow" became a hit this season, critics and viewers were so bowled over by its crazy-great premise — Ichabod Crane as a colonial war hero! Back to fight the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse! — that another revolutionary...
  • 'The Raid 2' director Gareth Evans on why it isn't a martial arts film

    'The Raid 2' director Gareth Evans on why it isn't a martial arts film
    The history of action cinema has a long tradition of international cross-cultural pollination, as films from one country inspire filmmakers from another. Directors such as Sam Peckinpah, Akira Kurosawa, Sergio Leone, John Woo and Quentin Tarantino learned...
  • New on DVD: 'Anchorman 2,' 'Power Rangers'

    This is no joke. The selection of new DVD releases on Tuesday is thin. "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," Grade D: There's not a lot of good news for "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues." Like the proverbial pony supposedly buried under a mountain of...
  • Tribeca 2014: Courtney Cox, Joss Whedon to unveil new films at festival

    Tribeca 2014: Courtney Cox, Joss Whedon to unveil new films at festival
    The Tribeca Film Festival will feature a number of celebrities in front of and behind the camera when it kicks off its 13th edition next month. Chris Messina directs “Alex of Venice,” a marital drama that stars the filmmaker and Mary...
  • Kurt Russell's life as an actor plays out by his own rules

     Kurt Russell's life as an actor plays out by his own rules
    Someone once told Kurt Russell that his acting career "looks like it was handled by a drunk driver." And Russell's reply? "I said I can't deny that," he said, laughing. But the boyishly handsome 63-year-old Russell, whom most baby boomers first...
  • Miami Film Review: 'Rob the Mob'

    Two decades after serving as semi-light relief for Big Apple newspaper editors in the heady days of the John Gotti trial, the richly improbable story of Tommy and Rosemarie Uva gets lively, compassionate treatment in the latest likable effort from...
  • The jerk returns to the screen with mean mouth blazing

     The jerk returns to the screen with mean mouth blazing
    In his new rapid-fire spelling-bee comedy, "Bad Words," Jason Bateman opens his mouth in more ways than one. When a young Indian boy is talking too much, his 40-year-old spelling-bee contestant, Guy Trilby, tells the boy to "point his curry hole" in...
  • 'A Wolf at the Door,' 'Aurora' Top Miami Festival

    MIAMI - Sold by Mundial, a joint venture of IM Global and Mexico's Canana, Brazilian Fernando Coimbra's "A Wolf at the Door" topped the 31st Miami Film Festival Saturday, along with Chilean Rodrigo Sepulveda's "Aurora." Adding to major kudos at the San...
  • Top actors sign on to 'Billboard Sitting' film

    Three prominent actors have been signed to play supporting roles in "The Great WTYT 960 Billboard Sitting Contest," the film at the center of a multimedia event by Zeke Zelker of Forks Township. The actors, the first of more than 60 who will be cast,...
  • Film Reviews: Opening This Week (March 24-28, 2014)

    Noah (Paramount) Having made movies about obsessive characters looking for God -- or something like Him -- in the numerology of the Kabbalah ("Pi"), at the end of a heroin needle ("Requiem for a Dream"), and in the outer reaches of the galaxy ("The...