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  • Directors & Their Troops: Morten Tyldum on His 'Imitation Game' Team

    Morten Tyldum makes his English-language directing debut with "The Imitation Game," about British genius Alan Turing breaking the Nazis' Enigma code. He and his production team worked under difficult circumstances because of the subject matter. Tyldum said, "Iwanted to shoot some of it where it happened, with the real locations, real props. We were always reminded of the importance of what we were doing: Both in front of and behind the camera, everybody wanted to do justice to Alan Turing. We didn't have craft service, didn't have proper heating. But it was a tremendous experience because we became like a family on a mission."
  • Oscars: 10 Things Voters Need to Know

    Voting for Oscar nominations runs Dec. 29-Jan. 8, and some folks may think it's simply a matter of filling out a ballot. It is and it isn't. There are 17 branches in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, where voters submit nominations in...

    Dr. Evil takes over 'SNL' to talk Sony and North Korea

    Dr. Evil takes over 'SNL' to talk Sony and North Korea
    "SNL" veteranMike Myers returned to the show on Saturday as Dr. Evil to mock North Korea's cyber war with Sony Pictures. The Austin Powers nemesis, appearing in the show's opening sketch, ripped everyone from the hackers ("There's already a GOP and they'...

    'Into the Woods' goes darkly beyond happy ever after

    Wishes are granted, dreams cometrue and Cinderella is rescued by her prince, but it is not allhappily ever after in "Into the Woods," the film adaptation ofthe Tony-winning Broadway musical that puts a modern spin onfairly tales. Director Rob Marshall...

    'SNL' slams North Korea, Sony

    Fear is the enemy of satire, a point all too well illustrated this weekend by “Saturday Night Live.” The NBC series started promisingly by having Dr. Evil (Mike Myers) slam North Korea and Sony for giving evil organizations a bad name over...