As Oscar's Foreign-Language Shortlist Looms, It's 'Amour,' 'Intouchables' - and Question Marks 25 weeks ago
"Amour" and "The Intouchables" will almost certainly occupy two slots when the Academy announces the nine...
By Steve Pond
At TheWrap's screening series, Omar Sy, the first black actor to win France's Cesar Award, let the audience in on his journey from TV comic to Oscar contender
As defending champ Iran says it won't participate in the Oscars because of "Innocence of Muslims," Austria's "Amour" and France's "The Intouchables" look like sure-fire nominees
"Your Sister's Sister," in which Mark Duplass stars, opens with a $9,000 per-screen average. "Safety Not Guaranteed," which he exec produces with his brother, expands strongly
Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom" averages $53K per screen at 16 theaters for Focus. "Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" keeps rolling
Wes Anderson's tale of tween love "Moonrise Kingdom" rings up $669K from four N.Y. and L.A. theaters for Focus Features
Sony's alien-wrangling agents return after 10 years in "Men in Black 3," just in time to topple "The Avengers' for the Memorial Day weekend box-office crown
"The Intouchables," a would-be inspirational tale of a friendship that crosses racial lines, leaves a peculiar aftertaste
Johnny Depp and Natalie Portman star in his directorial debut, which will screen before all showings of The Weinstein Company's "The Intouchables"
Harvey Weinstein calls former National Front president Jean-Marie Le Pen's comments on "The Intouchables," a film about a Muslim aiding a disabled French nobleman, "repulsive" and "bigoted"
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts