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The critics and reporters assembled to watch the new “Life of Pi” a few weeks ago weren't expecting a filmmaker introduction, but in stepped the ever-soft-spoken Ang Lee to inform them that this had been his hardest film to make and that...
24 FramesNoomi Rapace, the 32-year-old Swedish actress who played Lisbeth Salander in the three original “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” films, is the star of the new Ridley Scott film "Prometheus." Casting her as the lead character Elizabeth Shaw...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe director of Amelie, A Very Long Engagement and Delicatessen serves up another darkly comic French fable and an unseen world of freaks and geeks with Micmacs, an intricate and daft tale of love, family and revenge. If opens this weekend at The Enzian....
Brand XFamiliar brands and titles dot the summer movie landscape, but there also will be fresher alternatives to the blockbuster hopefuls, if you just look for them. Let's face it: The pattern for Hollywood's summer release schedule became set in stone more than...
Gold DerbyOur forum posters are not content merely to bestow annual awards for the best film and TV. Now they look back over many years to declare the best of 2000-09. Yesterday they unveiled the winners of their Gold Derby Film Decade Awards. See reactions in this...
Company TownIn the battle of the sexes at the box office over Memorial Day weekend, both lost out to a big green ogre. "Sex and the City 2," which had been expected to draw big crowds of women this weekend, ended......
Brand XâAlien: Resurrectionâ from 1997 is probably the most famous film on Jean-Pierre Jeunet's rÃ©sumÃ©. But as no one remembers that he directed it, he is far more famous for his utterly winning 2001 release âAmÃ©lieâ (who...
With awards season in full swing, two Oscar hopefuls -- director Robert Zemeckis ("Flight") and actor Richard Gere ("Arbitrage") -- are being feted with retrospectives at the American Cinematheque. "Who Framed Smart Entertainment: An In-Person Tribute...
Many people in Hollywood considered "Life of Pi" to be unfilmable. Now that it's about to hit theaters Wednesday, there's a new question: Can it be profitable? Director Ang Lee's $120-million adaptation of Yann Martel's 2001 book, which has sold 9...
La Cite du Cinema bows with 'Smurfs 2' shoot: Besson's 'Malavita' to shoot at Paris Studios in AugustVarietyPARIS -- La Cite du Cinema, the E160 million ($195 million) film hub masterminded by French helmer-producer Luc Besson, officially opens its doors in September but it is already up and running. Sony Pictures Animation's live-action/CG hybrid "Smurfs 2"...
When he's not busy running his production company, Cool Hand Pictures, Justin Morales heads the Silk City Flick Fest, which is running for its third year starting Thursday, October 13 until Sunday, the 16th. Morales' goal for his festival is to bring...
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