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  • 'The Butler' serves up melodrama, fine performances, reviews say

    'The Butler' serves up melodrama, fine performances, reviews say
    The year's first serving of Oscar bait has arrived on a silver platter in the form of "Lee Daniels' The Butler," a star-studded historical drama starring Forest Whitaker as an African American butler working at the White House through multiple...
  • Lee Daniels begs Warner Brothers to not contest 'Butler' title

    Lee Daniels begs Warner Brothers to not contest 'Butler' title
    In a heartfelt letter, director Lee Daniels pleaded with Warner Bros. Entertainment chief executive Kevin Tsujihara not to force a change in the title of the upcoming Weinstein Co. film "The Butler." News broke this week that the Motion Picture Assn. of...
  • SAG Awards 2013: The complete winners and nominees list

    SAG Awards 2013: The complete winners and nominees list
    Ben Affleck's "Argo," a drama about the Iranian hostage crisis, won the highest acting honor Sunday night at the 19th Screen Actors Guild Awards. The CIA thriller, which won best ensemble cast, also won the directing honor at the Golden Globe Awards two...
  • 'Les Miz,' 'Silver Linings,' 'Lincoln' Top SAG Nominees

    'Les Miz,' 'Silver Linings,' 'Lincoln' Top SAG Nominees
    LOS ANGELES -- Steven Spielberg's historical biography "Lincoln," the musical epic "Les Miserables" and the quirky romantic comedy "Silver Linings Playbook" dominated the Screen Actors Guild Award nominations Wednesday morning, receiving four...
  • Spielberg's 'Lincoln' leads Golden Globe nominations with seven

    Spielberg's 'Lincoln' leads Golden Globe nominations with seven
    The nominees for the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday by Jessica Alba, Megan Fox and Ed Helms. Steven Spielberg's epic on the 16th president, "Lincoln," stood out in the film categories with seven Golden Globe nominations, followed...
  • 'The Paperboy' review: Just embarrassing

    'The Paperboy' review: Just embarrassing
    *1/2 (out of four) What an odd title “The Paperboy” is for a movie with so little story. Technically there's a plot, in which Jack (Zac Efron) helps his older brother Ward (Matthew McConaughey), a reporter for the Miami Times, investigate...
  • Director Daniels serves up a heap of Southern-fried scandal in 'Paperboy' ★★

    Director Daniels serves up a heap of Southern-fried scandal in 'Paperboy' ★★
    Talk about your beasts of the Southern wild! In director Lee Daniels' jacked-up bayou melodrama "The Paperboy," taken from the comparatively sane 1995 potboiler by Pete Dexter, a screen full of charismatic actors do their damnedest not to turn into a...
  • Reel Critics: No gain from watching this 'Pain'

    Reel Critics: No gain from watching this 'Pain'
    "Pain & Gain" is loosely based on a true story of bodybuilders gone wild on steroids and cocaine. Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Anthony Mackie play the buffed anti-heroes who embark on a bizarre plot of kidnapping for ransom. Operating in the dark...
  • 'The Paperboy'

    An impressive cast gives life to a sinister story, as director Lee Daniels ("Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire") brings novelist Pete Dexter's backwoods Florida 1960s crime tale to film. Matthew McConaughey and David Oyewolo play reporters...
  • Nicole Kidman pees on Zac Efron in 'The Paperboy'

     
    In "The Paperboy," which just screened at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, Nicole Kidman comes to the aid of a jellyfish-stung Zac Efron the only way she knows how: with her bladder....
  • Navigating Cannes screenings a tricky task

    Navigating Cannes screenings a tricky task
    CANNES, France — Here’s why the world’s greatest film festival, the one on the Cote d’Azur, means something, and to some filmmakers means everything — even if a lot of the surrounding movies are lame. The other evening at...