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21 min ago | NewsNet5

Rose McGowan sets sights on Oscars for...

Actress ROSE MCGOWAN hopes to win an Oscar by launching a week-long movie festival to feature her directorial debut.


Related Topix: Celebrities, Oscars, Rose McGowan, Entertainment

4 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

Lights, camera, crunch time for TIFF movie-makers with world premieres

The curtain opens on the Toronto International Film Festival in less than a week, and while the stars get ready for primping, some movie-makers are undergoing a far less-glamorous process - sitting bleary-eyed in editing rooms putting the final touches on their projects.


Related Topix: Cameras, Entertainment

Wed Aug 27, 2014

Art Voice

Tour Du Monde

Will this be the last year for the Montreal World Film Festival? God forbid. There are those in Quebec who have been announcing its demise for awhile, but the hue and cry was especially loud this year.


Related Topix: Entertainment, Mafia

USA Today

Tony Soprano death mystery lives on after all

David Chase says in a statement he did not end the mystery of Tony Soprano in the final episode of 'Sopranos.'


Related Topix: The Sopranos, Entertainment, Drama, Television, James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Robert Iler


Uma Thurman addresses rumors she's dating her 'Kill Bill' director Quentin Tarantino

Many fans were surprised to hear of the Kill Bill actresses' split from her fiance, Arpad Busson, in April .


Related Topix: Crime Movies, Pulp Fiction, Drama Movies, Entertainment

Denver Westword

Frank Hides Brilliance Behind Its Mask

Genius is hell, both for the blessed and for those stuck in the shadows, cursed to spend a lifetime smashing their heads against the glass.


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Broward-Palm Beach

In The November Man, Pierce Brosnan Gun-Parties Like It's 1989

Here's what an R rating gets you these days: a few splattery headshots, some glimpses of cable TV-style background nudity, a couple kids and families popped by assassins, a brace of fucks , in dialogue, and one un-bracing fuck, in bed, mostly clothed.


Related Topix: Kids, Family, Entertainment

The Walking Dead Lands on the Cover of Entertainment Weekly, Plus Father Gabriel Revealed

Back in May , it was revealed that former "The Wire" star Seth Gilliam had joined the cast of AMC's "The Walking Dead" and though his role was being kept secret at the time, Entertainment Weekly has now revealed that Gilliam will in fact be playing Father Gabriel as many originally theorized.


Related Topix: The Walking Dead, Entertainment, Television, The Wire, Drama, Seth Gilliam

OC Weekly

The Last of Robin Hood Wrestles With a Star's Underage Love

If older man/younger women matchups make many people uncomfortable, the older man/ much younger women combo tends to make them apoplectic.


Related Topix: Drama Movies, Comedy Movies, Lolita, Domestic Violence (Domestic Abuse), Law, Entertainment

West Sussex County Times

Historic Petworth House in major film

The film, which explores the last quarter century of our greatest landscape painter, JMW Turner, received rave reviews at Cannes Film Festival, where Timothy Spall was named Best Actor for his performance as the eccentric genius artist.


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"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" manages to be pretty and ugly

"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" Robert Rodriguez's hyper-stylized and hyper-violent hyper-noir has many, many sins of its own to contemplate and consider, the most glaring of which perhaps being a severe case of tardiness.


Related Topix: Thriller, Crime Movies, Drama Movies, Action Movies, The Spirit, Entertainment


Keaton on form in Venice festival opener 'Birdman'

Michael Keaton opened the 71st Venice Film Festival on Wednesday starring in "Birdman" as a washed-up actor of superhero movies trying to make a comeback, a bit like the former "Batman" star himself who gives the festival an opening lift.


Related Topix: Comedy Movies, Thriller, Crime Movies, Family, Batman, Action Movies, Adventure, Celebrities, Michael Keaton, Entertainment, 21 Grams, Drama Movies, Stone, Mystery Movies, Naomi Watts

Town Topics

"Boychoir" Film Debuts At Toronto Film Festival

PRINCETON ON THE BIG SCREEN: Oscar winners Dustin Hoffman and Kathy Bates star in "Boychoir," a film inspired by Princeton's American Boychoir School.


Related Topix: Entertainment, Classical, The American Boychoir


13 LGBT Roles That Didn't Kill These A-List Actors' Careers

Plenty of Hollywood A-Listers shatter the notion that it's dangerous to take roles playing LGBT characters.


Related Topix: Celebrities, Al Pacino, Thriller, Drama Movies, Biography Movies, Silkwood, Manhattan, Comedy Movies, Adventure, Meryl Streep, Woody Allen, Pop/Rock, Entertainment

The Arizona Republic

On the road again: The 10 best movies about traveling

On the road again: The 10 best movies about traveling "Easy Rider," "Thelma & Louise" and other great movies that hit the road.


Related Topix: Thelma & Louise, Thriller, Crime Movies, Drama Movies, Action Movies, Adventure, Diego Luna, The Straight Story, Biography Movies, Horror Movies, Eraserhead, David Lynch, Ethnic, Iowa, Entertainment

Tue Aug 26, 2014

New York Daily News

'Last Weekend,' 'James Marks Is Dead': movie reviews

Patricia Clarkson ill at ease in flat family drama 'Last Weekend'; Cameron Monaghan stars in generic thrill about confused teen meeting tormented ghost It's always nice to see Patricia Clarkson in a leading role, but she seems unusually ill at ease in this intimate family drama.


Related Topix: Good Night, and Good Luck., Drama Movies, History Movies, Patricia Clarkson, Shameless, Comedy, Entertainment, Drama, Television, Cameron Monaghan

The Globe and Mail

The November Man: We've seen this Cold War story before

Give Russian President Vladimir Putin credit for this much: A quarter-century after the end of the Cold War, he's brought Russians back into spy thrillers.


Related Topix: Vladimir Putin, A Most Wanted Man, Celebrities, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Film Noir, Thriller, Mystery Movies, Drama Movies, No Way Out, Entertainment

Colorado Daily

NIXON: From comic frame to film

The idea of watching Hollywood heavyweights slap on the spandex and beat the crap out of each other draws up levels of joy usually reserved for sniffing glue.


Related Topix: Frank Miller, Doc Brown, TX, Entertainment

New York Daily News

Mike Epps cast to play Richard Pryor in upcoming biopic

Director Lee Daniels and Oprah Winfrey took to social media to announce Epps, himself a former standup comic, to play the comedy legend.


Related Topix: The Butler, Next Friday, Comedy Movies, Mike Epps, Entertainment

The Village Voice

Torture Fetishists Will Savor The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears

A nipple is sliced off. A crotch is stabbed. Plastic, glove-clad hands creep beneath someone's skin and stretch, smother, rip.


Related Topix: Entertainment, Weird