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  • Titanic Studios, Home to 'Game of Thrones,' to Add Two Stages

    LONDON -- Titanic Studios, the production facilities in Northern Ireland where "Game of Thrones" is shot, is to add two stages as part of a £14 million ($23.5 million) upgrade. The facilities, which sit on an eight-acre site in Belfast, received the...
  • Steven Soderbergh, David Gordon Green team for Amazon comedy pilot

    Steven Soderbergh, David Gordon Green team for Amazon comedy pilot
    Retired moviemaker Steven Soderbergh continues his quest to take over the small screen. Amazon announced Monday that it has added a comedy pilot, "Red Oaks," executive produced by Soderbergh and directed by fellow indie auteur David Gordon Green, to its...
  • 'The Lego Movie' is awesome

    'The Lego Movie' is awesome
    The Lego Movie Warner Bros., $28.98; Blu-ray, $35.99/$59.98 Available on VOD June 17. It seemed like a cynical cash grab when it was announced, but it turned out to be one of 2014's best films. Writer-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller make the...
  • New releases: Coens' 'Inside Llewyn Davis' a rich look at folk scene

    New releases: Coens' 'Inside Llewyn Davis' a rich look at folk scene
    Inside Llewyn Davis Sony, $30.99; Blu-ray, $35.99 Available on VOD beginning Tuesday Joel and Ethan Coen use the pre-Bob Dylan Greenwich Village folk scene as a jumping-off point for a black comedy about obsolescence, but unlike earlier, similar...
  • 'Joe' review: Ugly behavior in sometimes-pretty scenery

    'Joe' review: Ugly behavior in sometimes-pretty scenery
    *** (out of four) At a certain point, the backcountry stories become a blur. Even when they're well executed, and they usually are, movies like "Winter's Bone" and "Mud" and "Out of the Furnace" and now "Joe" all exist in comparable, dangerous worlds....
  • Review: Oh, the meta-horror of 'Knights of Badassdom'

    Review: Oh, the meta-horror of 'Knights of Badassdom'
    A monster flick set amid a medieval festival, "Knights of Badassdom" appears to pay homage to the Troma brand of comedic horror. When stuck-up Beth (Margarita Levieva) dumps ne'er-do-well Joe (Ryan Kwanten), his roommates Hung (Peter Dinklage) and...
  • James Wan recalculates his career GPS and roars ahead

    James Wan recalculates his career GPS and roars ahead
    Although he may not be a household name, director James Wan is suddenly among the hottest filmmakers in town. His $20-million thriller "The Conjuring," released in July, grossed $260 million worldwide, and on Friday his "Insidious: Chapter 2" hits...
  • Nicolas Cage more than an average 'Joe' in Venice

    Nicolas Cage more than an average 'Joe' in Venice
    Filmmaker David Gordon Green saw his "Prince Avalanche" premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and hit theaters in early August. So it may seem sudden for him to also being unveiling "Joe" with star Nicolas Cage at the Venice Film...
  • Melancholy 'Prince Avalanche' comes out of nowhere

    Melancholy 'Prince Avalanche' comes out of nowhere
    Before "Prince Avalanche" was selected for the Sundance Film Festival this year, few people even knew of its existence. This wouldn't be surprising for a debut indie or foreign language import, but the film is written and directed by well-known...
  • Q&A: 'Prince Avalanche' director David Gordon Green plays 'Seth, James or Jonah?'

    Q&A: 'Prince Avalanche' director David Gordon Green plays 'Seth, James or Jonah?'
    In "Prince Avalanche," an artsy loner (Paul Rudd) and an immature doofus (Emile Hirsch) work together to repair roads in the middle of nowhere. Adapted from an Icelandic film, it's a slow and funny drama that director David Gordon Green says splits the...
  • 'This is the End' is rude, crude -- and funny ★★★ 1/2

    'This is the End' is rude, crude -- and funny ★★★ 1/2
    The "Hangover" movies, even the third one no one defends, barely qualify as comedies in the traditional sense. They're more like grimy action pictures with a joke or two tossed in to avoid the charge of false labeling. Their ugliness of spirit compounds a...
  • Natalie Portman has Oscar — and a baby — on her mind

    Natalie Portman has Oscar — and a baby — on her mind
    You'd think this much would have been enough to make 2011 a banner year for Natalie Portman: So far this year, she's won a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Golden Globe, earned an Oscar nomination and watched as her art-house film "Black Swan" has taken in...