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Soderbergh examines gun violence in 'The Library'
Steven Soderbergh directs 'The LIbrary,' a new Scott Z. Burns play focusing on the impact of gun violence, at the Public Theater.
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Thu Apr 03, 2014
The New York Observer
"The movie was a blast to make!" enthused writer/director Richard Shepard last Thursday at the Hotel Hugo, where he co-hosted an after-party toasting his film Dom Hemingway .
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Six-Year Legal Battle Over Kenneth Lonergan's 'Margaret' Finally Ends
As time stands divided against potential, there will be no marching back of the clock to relive the unfulfilled commercial promise of Kenneth Lonergan 's Margaret , released in 2011 amid legal intrigue.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
'The Grand Budapest Hotel' review: Ralph Fiennes shines in...
With "The Grand Budapest Hotel," filmmaker Wes Anderson proves himself to be one of modern cinema's most original artists.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Wes Anderson Regains His Footing in the Old Europe of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
Few modern filmmakers have developed a style as unique and easily recognizable as Wes Anderson's.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
'The Grand Budapest Hotel': Wonderfully weird place to visit
Sometimes it takes a small movie to showcase the extraordinary talents of an actor we sometimes take for granted.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Seattle Gay News
Anderson's Budapest Hotel a comedic masterwork
Thing is, based on the director's past few efforts, most notably Fantastic Mr. Fox and Moonrise Kingdom, I've started to heavily rethink those sentiments.
'The Grand Budapest Hotel': Grandly chaotic
With the police hot on their heels, M. Gustave and his faithful junior lobby boy, Zero , frantically try to figure out where to hide a priceless Renaissance painting.
Wed Mar 19, 2014
James Cameron on 3D: From the Mariana Trench to 'Avatar'
In a keynote at the 3D Creative Summit in London, the filmmaker also predicted that 3D TV would make a comeback with soon-to-be-launched glasses-free displays.
The Charlotte Observer
'Budapest Hotel' worth checking out
Can you make a successful comedy entirely out of eccentric, marginally related episodes? "The Grand Budapest Hotel" proves it's possible, if you're Wes Anderson.
Tue Mar 18, 2014
They're no "Divergent": Eight young-adult movie...
How could such a well-titled movie franchise go sour? The six-part YA book series became a one-part movie franchise in 2013 when Lily Collins took on the role of rune-interpreting teenager Clary Fray.