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  • Tommy Lee Jones' 'The Homesman' Gets Awards Season Release Date from Saban Films

    Saban Films will partner with Roadside Attractions to handle the U.S. theatrical distribution of "The Homesman," setting a Nov. 7 release date and planning an aggressive awards campaign. The new label acquired U.S. distribution to the Western drama,...
  • EuropaCorp's Full-Year Results: Revenue Rise 14%, Net Profit Fall 19.4%

    PARIS- In a fiscal year marked by its expansion into the U.S. market, among numerous growth operations, Luc Besson and Christophe Lambert's EuropaCorp posted 211.8 million Euros ($288 million) in revenue, fueled by international sales and TV production....
  • Munich Film Festival Unspools Everything From 'Chef' to 'Qissa'

    Munich is not a place you'd expect to find surfers, but close to the city center on the River Isar, you'll see folks on boards riding artificial waves. The good vibrations that emanate from these surfers resonate with the film festival participants,...
  • Tommy Lee Jones, Wim Wenders Headed to Munich Film Festival

    The Munich Film Festival, which runs June 27-July 5, will kick off with the German premiere of Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet," and close with "I Origins" from U.S. helmer Mike Cahill. The festival features four sections --...
  • Batman’s milestone year: 75 enduring images of the Dark Knight

     
    Has it really been 75 years since Gotham first saw the Bat? Seventy-five years of vengeance, brooding detective work and […]...
  • James Spader, the odd man in, adds 'The Blacklist' to his roles

    James Spader, the odd man in, adds 'The Blacklist' to his roles
    James Spader pauses when asked the question anyone who's followed his long career has contemplated: Why does he so often play‎ inscrutable oddballs? "Maybe it's that I like reading something on the page that allows you to fill in the blanks as an...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'The Homesman'

    Apart from the surly old bandit referred to by the film's title, nearly all the characters of import in Tommy Lee Jones' "The Homesman" are women. Some, like the hardy pioneer embodied by Hilary Swank, demonstrate what fortitude it took to succeed on...
  • El lado oscuro de Hollywood y un 'western' hacia el este en Cannes

    El lado oscuro de Hollywood y un 'western' hacia el este en Cannes
    El canadiense David Cronenberg presentó en Cannes el domingo una cinta sobre un Hollywood infectado por el sexo prohibido, apuñalamientos por la espalda y varios fantasmas, mientras que Tommy Lee Jones dio un giro al western tradicional en una peligrosa...
  • Cannes 2014: Opposites attract as the curtain rises on film festival

    The Festival de Cannes, a wise man once said, is not just impossible to describe to someone who hasn't been there, it's nearly impossible to describe to someone who has. And that's especially the case this year. Opening Wednesday night with the...
  • CANNES: Will 'Leviathan' Win the Palme d'Or?

    Before the first competition title had even unspooled at this year's Cannes Film Festival, more than one oddsmaker suggested that there was already a serious frontrunner for the Palme d'Or, and it was clearly Naomi Kawase. A Cannes competition regular...
  • At Cannes, revelatory filmmaking trumps star power

    At Cannes, revelatory filmmaking trumps star power
    CANNES, France — A comedy black enough to pass for India ink and, unlike so many grotesque comedies of modern manners, a film with just enough moral seriousness to make it stick, director David Cronenberg's “Maps to the Stars” defies...
  • Cannes 2014 reviews: 'Foxcatcher' applauded, 'The Captive' panned

    Reviews out of the Cannes Film Festival cut both ways. On the one hand, they can serve as an early indicator of films destined for award gold and box-office success. On the other hand, they should be taken with a grain of salt, because they largely...