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  • Telefonica Studios Boards Alejandro Amenabar's 'Regression'

    In a major step-up in scale, Telefonica Studios, the production division of Spanish telco giant Telefonica, has boarded Academy Award winning Alejandro Amenabar's upcoming "Regression," starring Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke, which has just wrapped...
  • Spain's Telecinco Cinema Joins 'Monster,' 'Regression'

    Renewing relations with Spain's two most preeminent heavyweight auteurs, Spanish production and promotion powerhouse Telecinco Cinema has boarded both Juan Antonio Bayona's fantasy-actioner "A Monster Calls" and Alejandro Amenabar's thriller "Regression."...
  • 'The Impossible'

    'The Impossible'
    Naomi Watts gives a wrenching, appropriately Oscar-nominated performance in this fact-inspired drama about a vacationing family separated by the tsunami that devastated Thailand in 2004. Watts plays the mother fiercely trying to protect one of her...
  • Naomi Watts says she was 'terrified' to play Princess Diana

    Naomi Watts says she was 'terrified' to play Princess Diana
    Naomi Watts has played real women before: outed CIA agent Valerie Plame in "Fair Game," the mother Maria from the tsunami tragedy film "The Impossible." But none have been more visible than her role as Princess Diana in the upcoming movie "Diana" from...
  • Naomi Watts' 'Diana' trailer long on looks, short on words

    Naomi Watts' 'Diana' trailer long on looks, short on words
      Video: Diana - exclusive trailer “The Legend Is Never...
  • James Gandolfini: Celebrities react to 'Sopranos' star's death

    James Gandolfini: Celebrities react to 'Sopranos' star's death
    James Gandolfini, who made his mark playing troubled mob boss Tony Soprano, died Wednesday in Italy from a possible heart attack. He was 51. The actor left a notable imprint in Hollywood with an acting career that included television, theater and film....
  • Lions Gate income, revenue rise on home entertainment, television

    Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. reported net income of $13.6 million for the fiscal quarter ending June 30 -- a notable improvement over the same period a year earlier, when the company lost $44.2 million despite having the blockbuster "The Hunger Games"...
  • Stars pick the directors they want to watch

    Stars pick the directors they want to watch
    Let's say there's a row of beautiful movie theaters, and the marquee of each one reads, "New film by (name of filmmaker here)." And let's say there's no other information about the film itself. Which one would you choose? We offered this dilemma to some...
  • Princess of Thailand courts Hollywood studios

    Princess of Thailand courts Hollywood studios
    The coming of age of horror cinema in Thailand might seem like an odd subject for the Princess of Thailand to address. But it was Halloween night, after all, and Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya had good reason to single out the Southeast Asian nation's...
  • 'Sunlight Jr.' portrays the bleak and bankrupt brilliantly

     'Sunlight Jr.' portrays the bleak and bankrupt brilliantly
    Early on in the excellent new indie drama "Sunlight Jr.," a thunderstorm turns the Florida sky a low-hanging gray. A car runs out of gas. A couple on their last dime are stranded — on the roadside and in lives as empty of promise as that tank. The...
  • Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment exiting Paramount Pictures

    Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment exiting Paramount Pictures
    Brad Pitt's film company, Plan B Entertainment, has signed a production deal with New Regency and RatPac Entertainment -- an arrangement that precipitates his company's departure from Paramount Pictures at the end of the year. The pact takes one of...