Good news for George Clooney, bad news for Scott Rudin, and more
Charlize Theron plays a rare Hollywood character: the unlikable person who stays unlikable
An interview with Tomas Alfredson about his adaptation of John le Carré's best-selling novel
An interview with Steve McQueen about his new, critically acclaimed NC-17 film
David Cronenberg's depiction of a Freud-Jung romantic rivalry comes off as disappointingly listless
This joyful, raved-about work shows that old movie mediums can live on
Looking beyond the high-profile snubs to see which films actually have a chance
The children's flick comes with an environmental subtext, plus dancing penguins
This year's race for Best Animated Feature prize is among the most competitive ever
Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy star in this surprisingly effective blue-collar revenge flick
John Orloff's screenplay has angered scholars, film critics, and Judi Dench. Here, he responds.
Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová fell in love filming the Oscar-winning 'Once,' and fell out of it while filming a new documentary
Judging by the film's festival debut last night: Yes.
Four themes from films including 'George Harrison: Living in the Material World,' which airs on HBO tonight
The spooky-home trope lives on in Daniel Craig's 'Dream House.' Why?
He's extraordinary in both films, but 'Moneyball' may be the one to land him the Academy Award
The director of 'Milk' and 'Good Will Hunting' talks about his latest film
The director of 'The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975' talks about how he unearthed unseen video of activists and enlisted the input of Questlove,Talib Kweli, and others
Director John Madden chats about his new film
Riffing with the star about his new film, 'Seven Days in Utopia'