The kind folks over at Samuel Goldwyn Films have given us the exclusive poster premiere for October Baby, opening in theaters on March 23rd, 2012. The film is directed by brothers Andrew and Jon Erwin.
If you thought The Artist was an awards season juggernaut, then in the words of B.T.O., you ain't seen nothin' yet. This morning brought the British Academy of Film and Television Arts award nominations and much to no one's surprise, The Artist leads the way with a whopping 12 nominations. Check out the rest of the nominees.
The kind folks over at Magnet Releasing have given us the exclusive poster premiere for the dark comedy, God Bless America, directed by Bobcat Goldthwait.
And so another Golden Globes has come and gone. Much of the anticipation going into tonight’s show centered on just how much leeway NBC would allow host Ricky Gervais. Aside from a few opening jokes about Kim Kardashian and a Justin Bieber joke, Gervais was pretty much unseen for most of the show. He did return...
The Artist and The Help picked up some major momentum going into the Golden Globes this Sunday. Last night at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, The Artist was named best picture and also scored wins for best score, best costume design and a best director win for Michael Hazanavicius. So what does it all mean for the Golden Globes?
SXSW is only a couple months away. The annual festival in Austin, Texas announced their first slate of films and will open with Joss Whedon's The Cabin in the Woods, starring Chris Hemsworth. Check out what else is scheduled to screen.
The New York Film Critics Circle has announced The Artist as their best film of 2011. Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep, Jessica Chastain and Albert Brooks picked up acting wins as well. Read on for the rest of the winners.
The nominations for the 27th Film Independent's Spirit Awards were announced this morning with The Artist, Take Shelter, Drive and Beginners leading the pack. Check out the full list of nominees, inside.
From Tribeca Film, we have the exclusive trailer premiere for Janie Jones. The film, starring Abigail Breslin and Alessandro Nivola, tells the story of a rock-n-roll musician who has his life turned upside down with the arrival of a 13 year-old daughter he never knew he had. Left to raise Janie Jones, Ethan and Janie...
Fresh off the heals of the Toronto Film Festival releasing their slate of films, Venice has unveiled the movies that will be competing for Best Film and the Golden Lion trophy. Among the notable entries are George Clooney’s The Ides of March, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy starring Gary Oldman, David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method and Roman Polanski’s Carnage.
With summer on its last legs, it's time to turn our attention to the two big fall movie festivals, and sort out the Oscar contenders that will vie for cinematic immortality next spring. That, and there's some really great films coming to theaters. Let's take a look...
Courtesy of our friends at Sony, here's a first look at an exclusive clip from the British action comedy Attack the Block, about a South London teen gang that happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time...
While audiences flock to check out Michael Bay's latest Transformers action-fest, here's a look at a few indie flicks that are hitting theaters this long holiday weekend, including a pair of Sundance 2011 selections. Let's take a look...
This weekend marks the return of Pixar to movie theaters as Lightning McQueen, Mater and the rest of the Cars 2 crew race into theaters to solve an international conspiracy while Cameron Diaz returns to the big screen in Bad Teacher. But perhaps you're in the mood for something less mainstream and with better critical reviews. Let's take a look at what's playing...
Director Anayansi Prado is presenting her third film Paraiso for Sale at the Los Angeles Film Festival. She returns to her homeland of Panama to document the effects of a fast-growing migration in Bocas del Toro...
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