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  • Play the Toronto film festival? It's an exacting calculation

    Play the Toronto film festival? It's an exacting calculation
    TORONTO--To most movie fans, the Toronto International Film Festival that kicks off Thursday is simply a showcase for many of the fall's most anticipated titles. But to the studios and filmmakers exhibiting these films, it represents something more...
  • Film Review: No absolution in 'Afternoon Delight'

    Film Review: No absolution in 'Afternoon Delight'
    The worst thing about “Afternoon Delight,” Jill Soloway's feature directorial debut, is its title: Does anyone want, or need, to be reminded of the Starland Vocal Band's one-shot 1976 hit? Once you get past that easily surmountable bump,...
  • Reel Critics: 'G.I. Joe' not for older Janes

    Reel Critics: 'G.I. Joe' not for older Janes
    "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" provides the expected heavy dose of testosterone-fueled action. Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis and Channing Tatum play the hard-charging hunks with comic book style. They are joined by hot babes Adrianne Palicki and Elodie Yung,...
  • Lily James picked to star in 'Cinderella'

    Lily James, who plays Lady Rose MacClare in "Downton Abbey," will take the lead role once rumored for Emma Watson in "Cinderella," the Walt Disney Co., announced Tuesday. The 24-year-old English actress, whose film credits include "Wrath of the Titans"...
  • British director Joe Wright to direct 'Fifty Shades'?

    British director Joe Wright to direct 'Fifty Shades'?
    British director Joe Wright has become a known commodity in Hollywood for coaxing stylish yet substantive literary adaptations such as “Atonement,” “Pride & Prejudice” and “Anna Karenina” onto the screen. His next...
  • Ryan Gosling is an open, relaxed director, Saoirse Ronan says

    Ryan Gosling is an open, relaxed director, Saoirse Ronan says
    At the Cannes Film Festival this week, Ryan Gosling's new film "Only God Forgives" inspired a divisive reaction among critics. Some audience members even booed the violent movie, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. But Gosling, who is busy filming his...
  • FilmDistrict's Schlessel to head Focus Features as Schamus departs

    FilmDistrict's Schlessel to head Focus Features as Schamus departs
    In an overhaul of its Focus Features imprint, Universal Pictures is installing FilmDistrict founder Peter Schlessel as the new head of the specialty movie label. James Schamus, Focus' current chief executive, will leave the company. Schlessel,...
  • Focus Features co-CEO Andrew Karpen departing amid executive changes

    Focus Features co-CEO Andrew Karpen departing amid executive changes
    As part of its ongoing makeover, Focus Features announced a slew of executive changes Tuesday afternoon, including the departure of co-Chief Executive Andrew Karpen. Earlier this month, parent Universal Pictures set into motion an overhaul of the...
  • Focus Features employees notified of layoffs amid overhaul

    Focus Features employees notified of layoffs amid overhaul
    Layoffs have begun at Focus Features. Employees in the specialty label's New York and Los Angeles locations were told Monday whether they would lose their positions, though it is not known how many jobs will be cut. Focus, an imprint of Universal...
  • Movie review: 'Violet & Daisy' loses its nerve

    Of all the things I imagined Oscar-winner Geoffrey Fletcher might choose for his directing debut, "Violet & Daisy," the story of two teenage assassins on the loose in New York City, was not on the list. Fletcher, who won the Oscar for his screenplay...
  • Review: Dystopian 'How I Live Now' suffers from a clash of material

    Review: Dystopian 'How I Live Now' suffers from a clash of material
    Imagine a Judy Blume rewrite of Cormac McCarthy's "The Road," and you'll end up somewhere in the ashen yet uplifting vicinity of "How I Live Now." Taken from the 2004 young-adult novel by Meg Rosoff, this is a dystopian vision of a near future in the...