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  • Miles Beyond the Biopic: Don Cheadle Riffs on a Jazz Legend

    Don Cheadle has managed to accomplish something no one has been able to pull off in two decades: serve up a bigscreen tale of jazz great Miles Davis. "Miles Ahead," in which the versatile actor portrays the legendary trumpeter, marks the directorial...
  • Martin Starr embraces the zombie-killing fantasy of 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'

    Martin Starr embraces the zombie-killing fantasy of 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'
    Martin Starr underplays his heroism in “Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead,” saying during an interview with RedEye at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival that he’s “not an action hero in any traditional sense.” That may be true, but...
  • Jocelyn DeBoer and Ingrid Haas are ready for action in 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'

    Jocelyn DeBoer and Ingrid Haas are ready for action in 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'
    Before our interview can begin, “Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead” costars Jocelyn DeBoer and Ingrid Haas press their heads together and grin. It’s the sort of bond that can be forged only while fighting Nazi zombies in Iceland. DeBoer (a...
  • The stars open up in Jeff Vespa's 'The Art of Discovery'

     The stars open up in Jeff Vespa's 'The Art of Discovery'
    Celebrity photography is all about access, and few people have more than Jeff Vespa. Vespa co-founded the photo agency website WireImage.com in 2001. He also is the official photographer of the Sundance and Toronto International film festivals....
  • Robert Redford to Receive Film Society of Lincoln Center's Chaplin Award

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center, the Gotham nonprofit that presents the New York Film Festival, has tapped Robert Redford to receive its 42nd annual Chaplin Award. The laurel, which honors the film industry's most notable talents, will lionize Redford...
  • Jazz drumming is spotlighted in 'Whiplash'

    Jazz drumming is spotlighted in 'Whiplash'
    Miles Teller is a star on a rapid rise, while veteran actor J.K. Simmons has featured in many varied theater, movie and television roles. Together they are kinetic in the new film “Whiplash,” where Teller plays aspiring jazz drummer Andrew...
  • Muhammad Ali documentary 'I Am Ali' has its charms

    If anybody's story benefits from the occasional spirited retelling, it's that of boxer Muhammad Ali, perhaps the most sublimely fascinating and stirring athlete America has ever produced, already lionized in a number of movies. Brit Clare Lewins'...
  • ALS drama 'You're Not You' pulls its emotional punch

     ALS drama 'You're Not You' pulls its emotional punch
    As another way — that is, post-Ice Bucket Challenge — to bring attention to the neurodegenerative disorder called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the ALS-themed drama "You're Not You" is certainly a valuable film. It's unfortunate, then, that...
  • Netflix Acquires 'Honorable Woman' Miniseries for U.S. from BBC Worldwide

    Netflix has picked up U.S. rights to Middle East political thriller "The Honorable Woman," starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, via a pact with BBC Worldwide. Written, directed and produced by Hugo Blick ("The Shadow Line"), the eight-part minseries focuses on...
  • French TV Dramas Gain Popularity Around the World

    In the global game of TV program distribution, France is a rising player. The land where only a few years ago U.S. series monopolized the primetime airwaves is now becoming one of Europe's top creators of international drama skeins. Not long ago...
  • When Josh and Benny Safdie Met Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne

    From the brothers Warner to the brothers Weinstein, the movie business has long been a fraternal affair, though sibling director teams (Coen, Hughes, Wachowski) are a relatively new concept, and one that always inspired a raft of predictable questions:...