Good Morning, Cannes: The Festival Has Female Troubles, Again 10 min ago
It wouldn’t seem like a real Cannes Film Festival without the question coming up: Where are all the women directors?
By Steve Pond
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against James Holmes, who's accused of killing 12 people during a "Dark Knight Rises" screening
TheWrap's critic takes a look at the Australian director's distinctive filmography
James Franco publicly callled the 2006 drama about Maryland's titular naval academy "a really bad movie"
Butterfield plays the titular protagnist, Ender Wiggin, while Harrison Ford and Ben Kingsley star as the hardened military officers training him to fight alien "Buggers"
ESPN and "Oz" contributed to a stellar quarter for the media giant
"Doc Savage" was one of the most popular heroes in the pulps of the 1930s and 40s
Alex Pettyfer and Gabrielle Wilde star as teenage lovers from opposite backgrounds
Original stars Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and Clark Duke are nearing deals to return for MGM's sequel to the hit 2010 comedy
The new Spock races the old Spock to a golf course in a new Audi commercial
Philip Martin is directing from a script by Richard D'Ovidio ("The Call")
No writer, director or co-stars have been announced yet
The company recently produced Matthew McConaughey's "Mud" and will shop Alexander Payne and Sofia Coppola's next films at Cannes
Harryhausen revolutionized stop-motion animation and the use of miniature models in films like "Mighty Joe Young"
J.J. Abrams film will open on Thursday instead of Friday next week
Sundance hit stars Juno Temple and Jane Lynch
Boutique firm says small size has helped it weather the downturn in the industry
Jane Birkin and Dominique Pinon will co-star
Gawker publishes memos showing role agency played in shaping Kathryn Bigelow's film
Co-writers David Elliot and Paul Lovett are accusing the film companies of stealing their ideas for the "G.I. Joe" sequel
Joaquin Phoenix is set to star in Warner Bros.' adaptation of the Thomas Pynchon detective novel
Paramount's big-budget sequel will feature rising stars Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz
Marvel's superhero sequel took in $175M in its U.S. debut and matched that figure overseas -- in its second week
Box Office Analysis: Sandwiched between "Iron Man 3" and "Star Trek Into Darkness," Warner Bros.' pricey costume drama looks for a foothold
Amanda Seyfried is in negotiations to co-star in the indie movie
Sam Fell will direct the movie, written by Jay Longino and "The Sitter" team of Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka
Producer Lou Arkoff, writer-producer Jeff Katz and ICM alum Hal Sadoff have joined forces on the venture
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale