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  • Colin Farrell turns romantic in the fantasy film 'Winter's Tale'

    Colin Farrell turns romantic in the fantasy film 'Winter's Tale'
    Colin Farrell wanted a cigarette, but he didn't have one on him. He was sitting poolside at the Roosevelt Hotel, which seemed like the kind of place where one smokes. So he asked a pretty hostess if she had a pack; she did not.
  • Does 'Saving Mr. Banks' contain a hidden agenda?

    Does 'Saving Mr. Banks' contain a hidden agenda?
    Every award season brings the movie that everyone loves, the film that's so likable it's impossible not to like. Which always makes some people not like it. Quickly filling that role this year is John Lee Hancock's "Saving Mr. Banks," the P.L. Travers...

    Directors Round Table: Spike Jonze wants to hear from critics' heart

    Directors Round Table: Spike Jonze wants to hear from critics' heart
    Want to know how to quiet down a room full of top Hollywood directors? Try asking whether they read their own reviews. At the recent Envelope Directors Round Table, filmmakers Paul Greengrass ("Captain Phillips") Nicole Holofcener ("Enough Said"),...

    Directors Round Table: Paul Greengrass on embracing 'blind panic'

    Directors Round Table: Paul Greengrass on embracing 'blind panic'
    What's a filmmaker to do when his climactic final scene just isn't working? For Paul Greengrass, director of the hijacking thriller "Captain Phillips," the answer was to pull a 180 -- to head to the other side of the ship and improvise an entirely new...

    Directors Round Table: J.C. Chandor on his 'years of mediocrity'

    Directors Round Table: J.C. Chandor on his 'years of mediocrity'
    Henry Ford said that "failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently." That's a sentiment shared by some of Hollywood's top directors, including Paul Greengrass ("Captain Phillips"), J.C. Chandor ("All Is Lost") and...