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  • Philip Seymour Hoffman, Willem Dafoe and Rachel McAdams on Their New Film 'A Most Wanted Man' (VIDEO)

    Philip Seymour Hoffman talks about his role in Anton Corbijn's international thriller "A Most Wanted Man" as a German spy. Willem Dafoe discusses his character and Rachel McAdams shares what it's like to work with Corbijn. Sponsored by: Related...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'Lambert & Stamp'

    Named for the cinephilic pair of Swinging Londoners who figured that managing the Who would be a good way to get a movie made, "Lambert & Stamp" belatedly realizes their 50-year-old dream. Impeccably directed by first-time documentarian James D. Cooper,...
  • Cannes 2014: Sofia Coppola, Willem Dafoe among jury members

    Youth-friendly, English-language directors and film personalities from Asia will anchor the main competition jury at the Cannes Film Festival when it gets underway next month. Filmmakers Sofia Coppola, and Nicolas Winding Refn will serve on the jury, as...
  • 'Justice League': Can Zack Snyder Marvel-ize DC?

    'Justice League': Can Zack Snyder Marvel-ize DC?
    Zack Snyder may not have been the name most often seen atop fans' lists as their dream "Justice League" director. But he turned out a hit in "Man of Steel" and is working away on an expansion of that world in the movie tentatively titled “Batman vs....
  • Cannes Film Festival Adds Six Features To The Official Selection

    PARIS - Pablo Fendrik's "El Ardor," a pioneering Amazon-set Western action adventure, is one of the six films which have been added to Cannes Film Festival's official selection. "El Ardor," the third feature from Fendrik (Blood Appears"), will play in...
  • Mikhail Baryshnikov makes a 'Case' for restless creativity

    Mikhail Baryshnikov makes a 'Case' for restless creativity
    NEW YORK — Mikhail Baryshnikov's earliest experience in the theater began when he was a child of just 4 or 5 in present-day Latvia, then a part of the Soviet Union. His mother, a Russian speaker unfamiliar with the local tongue, would drag along her...
  • Complete list of Summer Sneaks films

    APRIL 30 The M Word At a struggling Los Angeles TV station, a children's show actress leads her female colleagues as new management arrives from New York on a cost-cutting mission. With Tanna Frederick, Michael Imperioli and Gregory Harrison....
  • WATCH: Philip Seymour Hoffman's Hunts a Terrorist in 'A Man Most Wanted'

    The late Philip Seymour Hoffman lives on in the new trailer for "A Man Most Wanted," one of the actor's final films. Hoffman plays the role of Gunter Bachmann, a German spy tracking terrorist activity in Hamburg. "German intelligence needs a job to be...
  • Film Reviews: Opening This Week (April 7-11, 2014)

    Rio 2 (20th Century Fox) A rather misleading title is just one reason to be slightly suspicious of "Rio 2" an eye-popping, ear-tickling animated sequel that labors to fold a cheeky family sitcom, an earnest environmental primer, an exotic jungle tour, a...
  • Film Review: 'Bad Country'

    A hardened cop and a desperate crook form an unlikely alliance that helps bring down an organized crime syndicate in "Bad Country," a blandly executed action-thriller whose cast names (Matt Dillon, Willem Dafoe) and mild '80s Louisiana flavor offer only...
  • 'Noah' rains money

    "Studio estimates Paramount's biblical film "Noah" opened with a box office of $44 million!" So read yesterday's headlines. One wonders why this rainy semi-biblical epic, starring Russell Crowe, wasn't "saved" for release nearer the Academy Awards at...