The Hollywood Reporter’s exclusive continues to illustrate that the anti-gay laws soon to be instituted by the owner of the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Sultan of Brunei: The Night Before party, which draws Hollywood’s biggest stars and every top executive in town, has been held at the Beverly Hills... (Read More)
This film will be shown in Cannes for the Midnight Movie. It stars Mads Mikkelson, Eva Green and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Directed by Danish Kristian Levring.
Linda Ge’s Up and Comers just posted the scans from EW’s preview with the first look at Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain in A Most Violent Year. The year is 1981 and Isaac and Chastain play married couple Abel and Anna. He’s a “principled businessman” but finds himself needing... (Read More)
In anticipation of the 2006 flashback podcast, Ben Zuk has written in ruminating on that year. Zuk says that he often makes “alternative Oscars” lists and decided to share his from 2006: I’ve nominated ten films from 2006 in order to reflect the academy’s recent transition to this number... (Read More)
Wonderful actor and Oscar nominee Bob Hoskins has passed away at 71. He was nominated for, and won, many awards: Los Angeles Film Critics National Society of Film Critics Los Angeles Film Critics Golden Globes Cannes Film Fest Boston Kansas City The Oscar, however, went to long overdue Paul... (Read More)
Someone was bound to, sooner or later, come down on the critics for one thing or another. So these two writers, Adam K Raymond and Matan Gilat, decided to gather up all of the Metacritic scores and rank the critics from most agreeable to least. I wouldn’t ordinarily mind... (Read More)
Posted by film critic Carrie Rickey on Facebook.
by Jordan Ruimy A few weeks back I wrote a Summer Movie Preview in which I tried to pin down the studio films that looked the most promising this summer. That piece was met with mixed approval – some thought I should have included more big name blockbusters. It... (Read More)
If you’re in the fluffer business you aren’t really allowed to gripe about the lack originality in Hollywood anymore, the dependence upon tent poles and franchises – we’re just supposed to stand back in awe of the double rainbow — look at all that money fly by. But this... (Read More)
Congratulations to Scott Rudin for A Raisin in the Sun! How cool. Nominations for the 2014 American Theatre Wing’s Tony Awards® Presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing Best Play Act One Author: James Lapine Producers: Lincoln Center Theater, André Bishop, Adam Siegel, Hattie K. Jutagir... (Read More)