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  • Interview: Marion Cotillard of 'Rust and Bone'

    Interview: Marion Cotillard of 'Rust and Bone'
    Good news, Katy Perry fans: Though Marion Cotillard’s whale trainer character in “Rust and Bone” loses her legs in an accident  as Perry’s “Firework” plays, the actress says she’s not too traumatized by the empowerment tune.
  • Decent debuts for 'Hitchcock,' 'Rust and Bone' in limited release

    Moviegoers didn't exactly go psycho for "Hitchcock" at the box office this weekend, but the film didn't get slaughtered either. The movie starring Anthony Hopkins as legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock debuted in 17 theaters this weekend and...

    'Rust and Bone'

    'Rust and Bone'
    A winner of many awards (including an Oscar) for "La Vie en Rose," Marion Cotillard again delivers strong work in this French drama about an unlikely relationship. Her character, who trains marine life, initially rejects the interest of a bouncer...

    British Academy of Film and Television Awards complete nomination list

    British Academy of Film and Television Awards complete nomination list
    Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln"  earned 10 nominations for the EE British Academy Film Awards early -- including best film, actor for Daniel Day-Lewis, supporting actor for Tommy Lee Jones and supporting actress for Sally Field -- while Tom Hooper's musical ...

    Movie gangsters so bad they're good

    Movie gangsters so bad they're good
    One hundred and one years ago, D.W. Griffith gave us "The Musketeers of Pig Alley," often credited as the first gangster film, and once sound came in, nothing hooked movie audiences during the early 1930s more reliably than Edward G. Robinson or James...