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  • Today’s interviews: Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton

     
    Tom Hardy first gained widespread notice over here with his ferocious beast-in-prison bio-pic “Bronson.” He's the new Batman villain, he's the new Max Max, and he's pretty damned formidable in the mixed martial arts drama “Warrior,&#...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Tom Hardy talks ‘Mad Max,’ ‘Top Gear’ and cars

     
    Tom Hardy was on his way to Camp Pendleton, the Marine Base in California, to show his terrific new MMA drama, “Warrior,” when I got him on the phone. He had a Comic-Con appearance under his belt (He's the villain Bane in the next Batman...
  • ‘Dark Knight Rises’ to feature Modine, Conti and a ‘Mad Max’ character

     
    This is a shot of Tom Hardy in character as “Bane” in the next “Dark Knight” film, which just added Matthew Modine playing a character named “Nixon,” and veteran British character actor Tom Conti. Child actress Joey...
  • The films of 2011 — a pretty complete list

     
    Dates are changing, studios are firming up release plans, figuring out what will actually be finished in time for this or that target date, in some cases. Films will be picked up at Sundance and find their way into theaters. Documentaries will find a...
  • Q&A: Seann William Scott of 'Goon'

    Q&A: Seann William Scott of 'Goon'
     After a career spent playing what he calls “jackasses,” Seann William Scott has no idea why he was the filmmakers' choice to star as a nice guy in “Goon.” Even if that nice guy, based on real-life minor league hockey player Doug...
  • Bullhead

    Bullhead
    I love the fact that you can catch some interesting indie and foreign films at the Gaslamp Reading and not just at the Landmark Theatres. The last time I saw a foreign film that disturbed me was at the Gaslamp. It was Dogtooth. The movie I saw there the...
  • Movie review: 'Warrior'

    Movie review: 'Warrior'
    "Warrior" is too much of a good thing. A family drama set in the ultraviolent world of mixed martial arts, it shows promise but finally hits things so hard, both literally and metaphorically, that it's hard not to feel pummeled yourself by the time it's...
  • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
    This week had the release of some of my favorite movies of the year and some of the worst. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is not only a bad movie title, it’s a bad movie. Don’t let the critics fool you into seeing this boring mess. Gary Oldman...
  • This Means War

    This Means War
    This means war with Tom Hardy. He impressed me so much in Bronson and has had great turns in Warrior and Inception, only to take a paycheck doing this silly movie. Now that being said, the movie was a little better than I thought it would be (but far from...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman at the Goodman: 'Long Red Road' is a LAByrinth export

     
    Since its founding in 1992, the 100-strong collective that is New York's LAByrinth Theater Company has fully produced more than 100 new American plays and, at its famous summer retreats, read and workshopped several thousand scripts. Many of these works.....
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Up in the Air' wins with D.C. critics | Kennedy Center kudos | 'Race' results poor, say critics

     
    • "Up in the Air" won best picture from the D.C. area film critics, and George Clooney was named best actor on Sunday. Best actress went to Carey Mulligan ("An Education"), while Christoph Waltz ("Inglourious Basterds") and Mo'nigue ("Precious") took...
  • Review: 'Wuthering Heights'

    Review: 'Wuthering Heights'
    "Wuthering Heights": A Victorian novel with a name (and plot points) fit for a 1980s prime-time soap. It's one of those titles that rattles around in your head even before you've ever read the book or the Cliffs Notes, or seen it adapted for TV or the...