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Woody Allen

Woody Allen
Woody Allen is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay for "Blue Jasmine."

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Woody Allen is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay for "Blue Jasmine."

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  • Review: 'Unbelievers' preaches to the skeptical choir

    Review: 'Unbelievers' preaches to the skeptical choir
    Movie review: 'Unbelievers' is a high-minded love fest between two deeply committed atheistic intellectuals and their rock star-like fan base. 'Unbelievers' is a high-minded love fest between two deeply committed atheistic intellectuals and their rock...
  • Christopher Evan Welch dies at 48; actor known for comic skills

    Christopher Evan Welch dies at 48; actor known for comic skills
    Christopher Evan Welch, a versatile actor whose work ranged from New York stage productions of Shakespeare to the role of the narrator in Woody Allen's 2008 film "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," died Dec. 2 in Santa Monica, his publicist said. He was 48 and...
  • White-hot debate follows 'Blue Is the Warmest Color'

    White-hot debate follows 'Blue Is the Warmest Color'
    — In "Blue Is the Warmest Color," Adèle Exarchopoulos plays a French student who has an intensely passionate, excruciatingly painful relationship with an older woman (Léa Seydoux). Making the film, she says, was much the same. "He changed my life,...
  • Has David O. Russell gone all soft and cuddly?

    Has David O. Russell gone all soft and cuddly?
    Toward the end of "American Hustle," the new film from comedy-drama laureate David O. Russell, a man describes his hard-won epiphany. "The art of survival," says the character, a con man played with toupee-ish shiftiness by Christian Bale, "is a story...
  • Marin Mazzie cast in Woody Allen's 'Bullets over Broadway' musical

    Marin Mazzie cast in Woody Allen's 'Bullets over Broadway' musical
    Don't speak: The highly coveted role of Helen Sinclair in Woody Allen's musical adaptation of his 1993 movie "Bullets over Broadway" has been cast. The role of the egomaniacal diva is going to stage veteran Marin Mazzie. The part was played in the movie...
  • Leighton Meester joining James Franco in 'Of Mice and Men'

    Leighton Meester joining James Franco in 'Of Mice and Men'
    Leighton Meester, who starred in the popular CW series "Gossip Girl," will play a flirtatious farm wife who arouses the passions of migrant workers in the upcoming Broadway production of John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men." Meester will co-star alongside...
  • Coen brothers' 'Llewyn Davis' off to strong start in limited release

    Coen brothers'  'Llewyn Davis' off to strong start in limited release
    "Inside Llewyn Davis" was in tune with moviegoers this weekend. The Coen brothers' new folk-music dramedy debuted in limited release this weekend to stellar results, grossing $402,000, according to an estimate from distributor CBS Films. Playing in four...
  • June Squibb knows her 'Nebraska' character well

    June Squibb knows her 'Nebraska' character well
    June Squibb was in a bit of shock when she first saw her performance as the tart-tongued wife of Bruce Dern's character in Alexander Payne's "Nebraska." Squibb had encountered women like the controlling, outspoken Kate growing up in a small town in...
  • Spirit Award nominees express varied reactions to the recognition

    Spirit Award nominees express varied reactions to the recognition
    When the nominations for the Spirit Awards came out Tuesday morning, nominees were mostly busy with other things. Shane Carruth, nominated for director and editing for “Upstream Color,” was in line at LAX. Michael B. Jordan, nominated for male...
  • A turn, a snap, a fall: Signatures of the stars

    A turn, a snap, a fall: Signatures of the stars
    Jack Nicholson called them "Dernsies." At least, he did when referring to Bruce Dern, the "Nebraska" star who appeared in the 1971 film "Drive, He Said," which Nicholson directed. So what are "Dernsies"? "It's not something I set out to do and not...
  • ‘Thor: The Dark World’: Tom Hiddleston disguised in Asgard, on stage

     
    Tom Hiddleston had just spent six weeks living inside the melancholy mind-set of a vampire for a new Jim Jarmusch […]...