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Midnight in Paris (movie)

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  • Cannes 2014: Nicole Kidman's 'Grace of Monaco' to open festival

    Nicole Kidman's "Grace of Monaco," a biopic about the galvanizing actor-turned-royal originally scheduled for 2013, will open the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It marks the second straight year that a high-profile, star-studded film originally set for an...
  • 'Newsroom's' Alison Pill to star in 'Wait Until Dark' at the Geffen

    'Newsroom's' Alison Pill to star in 'Wait Until Dark' at the Geffen
    Alison Pill is finding herself in the dark these days -- for play rehearsals, anyway. Pill, who plays eager TV news staffer Maggie Jordan on HBO’s “The Newsroom,” is to star in a new adaptation of Frederick Knott’s thriller...
  • Woody Allen to receive Cecil B. DeMille Award at Golden Globes

    Woody Allen to receive Cecil B. DeMille Award at Golden Globes
    Though he is famously averse to attending awards shows, Woody Allen will be honored at the 2014 Golden Globes with the Cecil B. DeMille Award. The ceremony will take place Jan. 12, 2014. “There is no one more worthy of this award than Woody Allen,...
  • Review: 'I Always Loved You' by Robin Oliveira

    Review: 'I Always Loved You' by Robin Oliveira
    In "My Name Is is Mary Sutter," Robin Oliveira pulled readers into the life of a daring Civil War-era woman who dreamed of becoming a surgeon. Oliveira's "I Always Loved You" is the story of another extraordinary Mary — the painter Mary Cassatt....
  • Oscars 2014: Cate Blanchett wins despite Woody Allen's troubles

    Oscars 2014: Cate Blanchett wins despite Woody Allen's troubles
    Would she or wouldn't she? If she won the Oscar for lead actress, would Cate Blanchett utter the "W" word? Fairly or not, that was a question surrounding the star of "Blue Jasmine," who took the trophy for her portrayal of a fallen New York socialite in...
  • Ah, Paris of the 1920s

    Ah, Paris of the 1920s
    "The Golden Moments of Paris: A Guide to the Paris of the 1920s" Museyon Guides, $19.95 Paris, especially the Paris between the two world wars, continues to resonate with many people around the globe. The city has had many golden ages but probably...
  • MIPCOM BRIEFS: SPT Inks Pair of 'Dragon's Den' Deals

    Sony Pictures Television has sold rights to biz competition format "Dragon's Den," known in the U.S. as "Shark Tank," for versions that will air in Germany and Spain. In Germany, SPT's local unit will produce the local version of the show for private...
  • Publishers are wild for Zelda Fitzgerald

    Publishers are wild for Zelda Fitzgerald
    Who didn't write about Zelda Fitzgerald? -------------------- This piece first ran in Printers Row Journal, delivered to Printers Row members with the Sunday Chicago Tribune and by digital edition via email. Click here to learn about joining Printers...
  • Are older directors still making vital movies?

    Do movie directors, like fine wines, get better with age? That may sound like a frivolous question, but it has long been debated by critics as they weigh the relative merits of fiery young upstarts versus wise old veterans. The question takes on renewed...
  • Cannes 2013: Opening night welcomes 'Great Gatsby,' Euro-style

    CANNES, France -- The movie world feted an old friend Wednesday night, or at least an old sport. Two weeks after celebrating Baz Luhrmann's big-budget adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel with a throwback party at the Plaza Hotel in New York,...
  • "Tea with Edie and Fitz" by Dead Writers Theatre Collective at Greenhouse ★★½

     "Tea with Edie and Fitz" by Dead Writers Theatre Collective at Greenhouse  ★★½
    The legend of Zelda has formed the basis for numerous Jazz Age sojourns. Some dabble in shopworn tales of Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott Fitzgerald's drunken wild-child antics, as Woody Allen did in "Midnight in Paris," while feminist literary critics have usually...