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  • Clint Eastwood Offers History Lesson as 'Jersey Boys' Closes L.A. Film Festival

    Clint Eastwood, in a slick red suit, opted for a bit of a history lesson from 50 years ago Thursday night as he introduced Warner Bros.' "Jersey Boys" as the final film of the 20th Los Angeles Film Festival. "I guess 'A Fistful Of Dollars' closed the...
  • Lisandro Alonso Named Lincoln Center Filmmaker in Residence

    Argentine director Lisandro Alonso will be the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Jaeger-LeCoultre's 2014 Filmmaker in Residence. A minimalist filmmaker whose narrative work has a documentary-like aesthetic, Alonso's most recent film was "Jauja" with...
  • DreamWorks Taps 'American Pie's' Weitz Brothers for 'Like Father, Like Son' Remake (EXCLUSIVE)

    DreamWorks is moving ahead with its remake of Japanese child-swap drama "Like Father, Like Son," bringing on the writing team of Paul and Christopher Weitz. DreamWorks acquired English-language remake rights to "Like Father, Like Son" last year following...
  • Music Box Acquires North American Rights To Cannes' Directors' Fortnight Standout 'Alleluia' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS - Chicago-based arthouse distributor Music Box has acquired all North American rights to Belgian genre filmmaker Fabrice du Welz's gritty horror movie "Alleluia," a Cannes' Directors' Fortnight standout repped by SND. "Alleluia" stars Lola Duenas...
  • Watch: Two Love Stories in First 'Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby' Trailer

    The first official trailer for "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" will transport you to "someplace good," as star Jessica Chastain puts it simply, before taking a turn for the worst. This groundbreaking take on an age-old love story, which marks Ned...
  • Cannes Winner Jean-Luc Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' Gets U.S. Distribution

    Kino Lorber has acquired all North American rights to Jean-Luc Godard's 3D drama "Goodbye to Language," six weeks after its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. "Goodbye to Language" was the co-winner of Cannes' Jury Prize with Xavier Dolan's "Mommy"...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films'

    Both an affectionate tribute and a cautionary tale, "The Go-Go Boys" is a solid documentary that offers, as its subtitle promises, one version of the "inside story of Cannon Films." Israeli helmer Hilla Medalia ("Dancing in Jaffa") offers, as its subtitle...
  • Brad Pitt attacker to be charged with battery, assault

    Brad Pitt attacker to be charged with battery, assault
    LOS ANGELES - The Ukrainian prankster who struck actor Brad Pitt in the face at the Los Angeles premiere of the movie "Maleficent" will be charged with battery and assault, officials said on Friday. Vitalii Sediuk, a 25-year-old Ukrainian TV reporter...
  • Cannes 2014 departs, leaving strong emotions in its wake

    The Festival de Cannes can be a cold and unforgiving place, where films are sliced, diced and left for dead. But, paradoxically, it can also be an occasion where sincere and unaffected emotions are put on display, and this was very much the case when this...
  • Jane Campion Near Deal to Direct Adaptation of 'The Flamethrowers'

    Jane Campion is nearing a deal to direct an adaptation of Rachel Kushner's New York Times bestseller "The Flamethrowers," according to The Guardian. The legendary filmmaker told the newspaper that Scott Rudin is on board to produce the film about the...
  • Marion Cotillard on Her 'Two Days, One Night' Role: 'I Had Written Her Whole Life Before We Meet Her'

    It is the voice -- lilting, lightly French-accented -- that one notices first, even before fully registering the famous face. You notice it because, in the movies, Marion Cotillard so rarely sounds like herself, whether affecting Edith Piaf's nasal warble...