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  • Sundance: Bill Hader-Kristen Wiig's 'The Skeleton Twins' Sells

    Lionsgate, Roadside Attractions and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions have acquired rights in all territories to Craig Johnson's drama "The Skeleton Twins," starring Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig. Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have jointly acquired...
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger, Stephen Colbert, More Celebs Take Over Super Bowl Ads

    It sounds as if the screeches heard from last year's Doritos goat have been silenced. After successful pop culture-tinted campaigns -- remember Volkswagen's young Darth Vader spot from 2011? -- and the influence of short YouTube videos that have...
  • The Muppets Catch a Cheaper Ride to the Super Bowl with Toyota

    The Muppets have hitched a ride to the Super Bowl in a Toyota. In a partnership that shows that studios don't always have to spend $4 million on a 30-second ad during the Big Game to promote a movie, Disney has offered Kermit the Frog and his felt...
  • Which Movies Are Heading to the Super Bowl?

    Super heroes Spider-Man and Captain America are headed to the Super Bowl. So are the Muppets. What about Godzilla or the Guardians of the Galaxy? Their studios have opted to sit them on the sidelines during the Big Game, with plans to hype those tentpoles...
  • Martin Scorsese on 'Wolf of Wall Street': 'I Wanted to Make a Ferocious Film'

    Martin Scorsese says the 2008 collapse of the financial industry drove him to make "The Wolf of Wall Street." "The film came out of frustration over the unregulated financial world," the director said at Saturday's "Meet the Nominees" panel at the DGA...
  • Sundance 2014: Strong films, but no 'wows!'

    For the first time in a long time, it didn't snow in Park City, Utah, during the Sundance Film Festival, not even a flurry. The barren hills surrounding the town provided a physical echo of a festival that was not overflowing with greatness either. But,...
  • Formosa Group Launches Music Editorial Division (EXCLUSIVE)

    Post-production sound company Formosa Group is branching out into music editorial services for film and television. Director of music editorial services Leigh Kotkin oversees the Formosa Music Group, with veteran music editors Bill Abbott and Kenneth...
  • L.A. is a key destination for shooting Super Bowl ads

    L.A. is a key destination for shooting Super Bowl ads
    The project took five months of planning, 11 days to film and a specially rigged SUV to conceal six puppeteers. A crew of 100 people shot some scenes in Malibu, Pico Canyon, Stevenson Ranch, Playa del Rey and Universal City. This wasn't for a movie or...
  • Film Review: 'Jai Ho'

    One wasn't expecting much more than headbanging cheap thrills from the new Bollywood action movie "Jai Ho," in which Salman Khan, a.k.a. The Muscles from Mumbai (that sobriquet is our own invention), carries to a new level of slapdash vulgarity the blunt-...
  • Iram Hak on 'I Am Yours:' 'I Wanted To Tell A True and Unvarnished Story'

    A Pakistani-Norwegian beauty who started as an actress, Iram Haq made a bold and personal feature debut with "I Am Yours." A heart-wrenching drama turning on a lonely single mother struggling to find love and face her judgmental mother, the film world-...
  • Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner Talk Football in 'Draft Day' Super Bowl Spot

    It's only fitting that Ivan Reitman's football-themed "Draft Day" has joined the extensive roster of movie ads airing on Super Bowl Sunday. After all, the film fits with the day's main topic of conversation. "Can we talk football?," Kevin Costner's...
  • Eliot Ness: Man wasn't as untouchable as the Hollywood legend

    Eliot Ness: Man wasn't as untouchable as the Hollywood legend
    When I think of General George Armstrong Custer, which admittedly I rarely do, I think Errol Flynn. Lou Gehrig? Why that would be Gary Cooper's face that comes to mind. Abe Lincoln? Daniel Day-Lewis. Mary Todd Lincoln? Sally Field. Malcolm X?...