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  • Belafonte, Miyazaki to receive Academy's Governors Awards

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - American singer and actor Harry Belafonte, French screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere, Japanese animated film director Hayao Miyazaki and Irish actress Maureen O'Hara will be honored with Governors Awards, the Academy of Motion...
  • Quietly, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie say, 'I do'

    (Reuters) - Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Hollywood's first couple, married in France over the weekend following a two-year engagement, ending nearly a decade of fevered tabloid speculation over whether "Brangelina" would ever tie the knot. Pitt, 50, and...
  • Universal to Demolish 'Phantom of the Opera' Soundstage, But Preserve Silent Film's Set

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - As it upgrades its production facilities and expands its theme park, Universal Studios is planning to demolish Stage 28, one of the oldest on the lot, while preserving a 90-year-old set housed in the space and used in the...
  • Horror thriller 'The Damned' an exercise in dumb moves

     Horror thriller 'The Damned' an exercise in dumb moves
    The horror thriller "The Damned" reconfirms one cardinal rule: When the grizzled proprietor of a crumbling inn in the middle of nowhere tells you that the joint is closed, take a hike. Though that may seem like pretty basic advice, it conveniently...
  • 'The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears' is a murky mystery

    'The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears' is a murky mystery
    Writers-directors Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani first garnered attention in 2010 with "Amer," a film that paid homage to giallo, the Italian horror of the 1960s and '70s. They revisit the subgenre with "The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears," and...
  • Yekra's embeddable movie player gains blockbuster titles

    Yekra's embeddable movie player gains blockbuster titles
    Like many aspiring producers, Lee Waterworth learned quickly that getting movies into theaters and then getting people to go to screenings is tough. His idea to make it easier: A digital theater that can be embedded onto any website. On Thursday,...
  • 'Love Is Strange' MPAA rating controversy

    'Love Is Strange' MPAA rating controversy
    Funded by the studios and lousy with hypocrisy, the Motion Picture Association of America's rating system routinely leads to head-scratchers that defy logic and, in their small way, promulgate our image as a bloodthirsty yet prudish nation — crazy...
  • 'May in the Summer' an engaging look at a wedding quandary

    'May in the Summer' an engaging look at a wedding quandary
    A diverting slice of romantic confusion and family pressures set in Amman, Jordan, writer-director-star Cherien Dabis' "May in the Summer" tells of a New York-based Palestinian American author (Dabis), whose trip to her childhood home to plan a wedding...
  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie married in France

    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie married in France
    Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Hollywood's first couple, married in France over the weekend following a two-year engagement, ending nearly a decade of fevered tabloid speculation over whether "Brangelina" would ever tie the knot. Pitt, 50, and Jolie, 39,...
  • 'Kundo: Age of the Rampant' follows band fighting for the weak

    'Kundo: Age of the Rampant' follows band fighting for the weak
    Part political treatise, part spaghetti western, with kicky audio-visual touches that evoke a Sergio Leone-Quentin Tarantino mashup, "Kundo: Age of the Rampant" is an often entertaining if overlong look at the last days of Korea's Joseon Dynasty. Set in...
  • INTERVIEW-Indonesia massacre filmmaker has no time for feelgood films

    By Mike Davidson VENICE, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Joshua Oppenheimer, whose film about a 1960s massacre in Indonesia has caused a sensation at the Venice Film Festival, says he has no time for human rights documentaries that suggest everything will turn out...