Word-of-mouth often gives new life to forgotten movies
For independent film publicist Jeremy Walker, the final straw was seeing a movie star "hijack" one of his staffers for an entire afternoon at last year's Sundance Film Festival so he could score swag (i.e. freebies) at the various houses set up to lavish brand names upon celebrities. Walker also...
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Paul McCartney reaches the milestone he foretold in song when he was one of the Beatles
TORONTO - Film festival bidding wars can get heated, but distributors and others in the biz are shaking their heads at just how much smoke Thank You for Smoking has generated. Jason Reitman's sharply funny adaptation of Christopher Buckley's novel is about a charismatic, unapologetic tobacco lobbyist,...
Rachel Weisz's celebrity doesn't overshadow work
Life imitates art for Idle and Innes, who parodied Beatles' fighting
Ozzy, Tyler, Neil and Rose have a few nips and tucks