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At a screening in Columbia, a 16-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl emerged from "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" blissed-out but also fighting because he wouldn't kiss her during the movie — he didn't want to miss a single second...
Sentinel Film CriticPaul Haggis is back to his tricky script tricks with the thoroughly engrossing prison break thriller "The Next Three Days." He foreshadows, hides details, delays his "reveals" and does a pretty good job of keeping us guessing, even if we remember the 2003...
Sun Movie CriticCrash, a film that suggests America has far to go to become a true racial melting pot, upset heavily favored Brokeback Mountain in being named the best picture of 2005 at last night's 78th annual Academy Awards ceremonies. The film, whose characters...
ReutersMay 25 (TheWrap.com) - Despite the miserable weather, film financiers reported a strong market at the Cannes Film Festival, with Lionsgate and the Weinstein Co. making the biggest splashes with their acquisitions of Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties" and...
ReutersMay 21 (TheWrap.com) - Nobody sleeps in Cannes. At 1 a.m. in the bar at the Majestic Hotel, just across from the Palais de Festival, it's not that hard to distinguish the Russian teenaged models from the actresses and toned wives of producers by the...
VarietyPaul Haggis' new pic, "Third Person" is scoring brisk biz for Belgian production and sales company Corsan, which has announced sales to 23 markets of the triple-tiered relationship drama with an ensemble cast comprising Mila Kunis, Liam Neeson, Adrien...
Tags: Mila Kunis, Rome (Italy), Olivia Wilde, Italy, James Franco
ReutersMay 17 (TheWrap.com) - With Michael Mann gearing up to start production on an untitled thriller involving cyber crime, Spike Lee has come on to direct the rags-to-riches tale "Gold," which Teddy Schwarzman's Black Bear Pictures will finance and produce...
VarietyOlivia Wilde and Mark Duplass are set to star in Lionsgate medical thriller "Reawakening" with Jason Blum producing. "Jiro Dreams of Suishi" helmer David Gelb will helm with Luke Dawson and Jeremy Slater penning the script. The story follows a team of...
NEW YORK -- A scripted feature about life in Laos and documentaries about U.S. war crimes and a town in the grip of a debilitating drug addiction were among the big winners at the Tribeca Film Festival's jury prizes Thursday night. "The Rocket," the...
ReutersApr 25 (TheWrap.com) - The narrative feature "The Rocket" and the documentary "The Kill Team" won the top awards at the Tribeca Film Festival, which handed out prizes on Thursday evening in a ceremony in New York City. Other films that were honored by...
Tags: Autism, Rachel Dratch, Tribeca, Awards and Prizes, New York City
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