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  • Local editor has a stake in new movie 'Kill the Messenger'

    Local editor has a stake in new movie 'Kill the Messenger'
    Eighteen years ago, San Jose Mercury News reporter Gary Webb published one of the most contested stories in modern journalism: "Dark Alliance," which alleged that a California drug ring had sold crack cocaine to gang members and funneled the profits to...
  • 'Fury' Enters New Battle Zone: The Oscar Race

    Sony's "Fury" arrives in theaters Friday with critical approval and positive box office predictions. As for awards, the WWII drama's outstanding artisan work could enlist it in this year's race. Writer-director David Ayer and his team -- including...
  • 'Gone Girl' and 'The Judge' put popcorn spin on adult drama

    Two of the movies likely to make noise at the box office this weekend are David Fincher's marital murder mystery "Gone Girl," which hit theaters last Friday, and David Dobkin's father-son legal yarn "The Judge," which opened this Friday. After a...
  • Three Game-Changing Female Producers Make Sure Passion-Driven Films Hit the Screen

    Perhaps the least interesting thing about Megan Ellison, Gigi Pritzker and Molly Smith is that these game-changing film financiers happen to be the scions of three of America's wealthiest families -- a status that's more Trivial Pursuit factoid than it is...
  • London Film Festival Shines a Spotlight on Films Poised for Oscar Contention

    In the 15 years since "American Beauty" marched to Oscar glory following a triumphant debut at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, the role of fall fests in shaping the ensuing awards season has grown ever more instrumental. But the gap between those early...
  • MPAA quashes Eva Green 'Sin City' poster: Too much curve and nipple

    A new poster of Eva Green striking a pose as the titular femme fatale in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" has been deemed too risque by the Motion Picture Assn. of America, according to a report by the New York Post. The poster, which shows Green...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Grace of Monaco'

    The offscreen palace intrigue between "Grace of Monaco" director Olivier Dahan and his on-again off-again U.S. distributor Harvey Weinstein turns out to be far livelier than anything on screen in Dahan's cardboard and frequently cornball melodrama about...
  • CANNES: BBC Films, Lionsgate U.K. Board Rupert Everett's 'The Happy Prince'

    CANNES -- BBC Films and Lionsgate U.K. have boarded Rupert Everett's directorial debut "The Happy Prince," and Hugh Dancy ("Hannibal," "Black Hawk Down") has joined the cast. As well as penning the screenplay, Everett ("My Best Friend's Wedding")...
  • CANNES: Market Looks Healthy for the Right Titles

    The Cannes 2014 market will go down as one of the most contradictory in years. Its lack of fully-packaged star-driven quality projects was a major talking point. The larger question it raises is whether, when it comes to star vehicles at least, this...
  • Helge Sasse to Step Down as CEO of Leading German Film Company Senator

    CANNES -- Helge Sasse, the CEO of producer-distributor Senator Entertainment in Germany, is to step down. Sasse, who has been in the post for eight years, will leave on June 30. The Berlin-based company recorded a loss of Euros 27.4 million ($37.4...
  • First Image of Ian McKellen in Bill Condon's 'Mr. Holmes,' Further Cast Revealed

    Bill Condon's "Mr. Holmes" has started to shoot, with additional cast announced, and the first image released of Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes at the age of 93. The movie, which will shoot for seven weeks on location in London and on the south coast of...