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  • 'Gone Girl' on disc, more home video releases

    As we sit in the depths of winter (and what looks like deepening snow), it's a good time to watch movies at home. And there's a big one coming to DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday.
  • As 'Interview' takes streaming plunge, Hollywood tests waters

    Consumers paid $15 millionin just four days to watch "The Interview" from the comfort oftheir couches, building expectations that other hot, new filmsmight also make their debut online. But Hollywood is not quite ready to give that to viewers,experts...

    'A Most Violent Year' year director J.C. Chandor follows the money

    'A Most Violent Year' year director J.C. Chandor follows the money
    The director J.C. Chandor took a rare pause from speaking as he recalled a time, before his recent burst of filmmaking, when his life was beset by uncertainty. Chandor was in his 30s, had no career to speak of and a baby on the way. "I kind of stared it...

    The stakes are high in J.C. Chandor's gripping 'A Most Violent Year'

    "A Most Violent Year" is the most welcome kind of throwback. It brings to mind the fierce New York-based productions of Sidney Lumet in particular but also the whole notion of character-driven, the-clock-is-ticking melodramas in general. A vibrant crime...

    J.C. Chandor, Oscar Isaac fill a big canvas with 'A Most Violent Year'

    J.C. Chandor, Oscar Isaac fill a big canvas with 'A Most Violent Year'
    Meeting up after a triumphant opening-night premiere of "A Most Violent Year" at Los Angeles' recent AFI Fest, actor Oscar Isaac and director J.C. Chandor didn't look like the creative team behind one of the most complex, rewarding American films of the...