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  • Toronto Film Review: 'Labyrinth of Lies'

    A principled young prosecutor in post-WWII Germany uncovers inconvenient truths about his country's recent past in "Labyrinth of Lies," an intelligent and arresting fact-based drama that plays like a more streamlined version of the high-minded, blunt-...
  • '47 Ronin': The Inside Story of Universal's Samurai Disaster

    "47 Ronin," an old Japanese fable about a group of rogue samurai, ends in a horrible bloodbath. It's a fitting conclusion for a big-budget adaptation that has left Universal deeply in the red, having suffered one of the costliest box office flops of 2013....
  • Tarantino Titles Next Film 'The Hateful Eight'

    Quentin Tarantino has selected "The Hateful Eight" as the title for his next film, a Western that's not a sequel to "Django Unchained." The project has not been cast yet, but insiders say Tarantino's script includes a part for Christoph Waltz, who won...
  • Schamus to Head Jury at Berlin Film Festival

    LONDON -- American screenwriter, producer and former Focus Features chief James Schamus will serve as prexy of the international jury at the Berlin Film Festival. The other members of the jury, which will pick the winners of the Golden Bear and Silver...
  • 'Gravity,' '12 Years,' 'Hustle': Three's a crowd in Oscar race

    'Gravity,' '12 Years,' 'Hustle': Three's a crowd in Oscar race
    As the Academy Awards approach, the various guild awards and critics groups' honors often provide insight into prevailing Oscar sentiments. In this year's race for Oscar gold, however, momentum has repeatedly swung back and forth among what might be...
  • The next literary superstar might just be actor B.J. Novak

    A two-book deal for B.J. Novak was announced this week: He'll publish a book for children this fall, "A Book With No Pictures," and follow it up with another to be announced. Both are coming from Penguin Young Readers Group. The news comes just weeks...
  • Angelina Jolie breaks the curse of 'Unbroken'

    OXENFORD, Australia — Angelina Jolie was ready to step behind the cameras again. Her directing debut, "In the Land of Blood and Honey," hadn't been a box-office or critical hit, but making the 2011 Bosnian war drama had fueled her desire to become a...
  • Why U.S. Audiences Are More Comfortable With Subtitles Than Ever

    Attendees at next month's Cannes Film Festival will hear plenty of French being spoken -- except, that is, by the characters onscreen. Of the French films recently announced as part of this year's official selection, two (Olivier Dahan's opening-nighter...
  • NBC Nabs EuropaCorp's 'Taxi Brooklyn'

    PARIS- NBC has acquired U.S. broadcast rights to the first season of "Taxi Brooklyn," the New York-set action/comedy skein produced by Europacorp Television, the TV arm of Luc Besson's outfit. The English-language show - which comprises 12 episodes -- is...
  • Brad Pitt Enlists in WWII Romantic Thriller

    Brad Pitt is in early talks to star in an untitled World War II romantic thriller penned by Steven Knight. No director or distributor are attached to the project and plot details are unknown but Pitt is obviously interested in that period in history ("...
  • REVIEW: 'Enemy' ★★★

    REVIEW: 'Enemy' ★★&#9733
    Based on "The Double" by novelist Jose Saramago, "Enemy" stars Jake Gyllenhaal in what the old studio publicity departments used to call "a demanding dual role." We're in a city — Toronto, clouded over with haze and a peculiar, sickly light...