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"Oz the Great and Powerful" cannot match the wonder and magic of the 1939 film classic "The Wizard of Oz" -- at least...
By Brent Lang
Film is Alexander Payne's first since "Sideways"; Martin Scorsese's George Harrison doc will also screen
Film stars Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe; restored "Ben-Hur," Nicholas Ray film also added to NYFF slate
The best of the best ... and a few tragic fashion mistakes
If our columnist had a vote, it'd be a "Swan" song at the Oscars for both Best Picture and Best Director ... and Banksy would take home a statuette, too
From the press room: James Franco, Natalie Portman, Nicole Kidman and the rest of the leading contenders on what they're looking forward to on Hollywood's biggest night
A roundup of interviews and video with two dozen of this year's nominees
These days the indie mogul is cutting trailers, reading scripts, lurking on movie sets -– he even skipped the White House Christmas party for work
The Ryan Gosling-Michelle Williams marital drama will now open on Dec. 29
No sleep, long trips, days of interviews and no time off -- it's all in the game for awards contenders
In rare move, board awards an R rating to the relationship drama
The movie treats love like a murder-mystery, says Gosling. "You try to trace down the killer - is it him, her, their jobs, money, time?"
At TheWrap screening series, the inside story of the sexually frank drama's battle with the ratings board, and the 12-year struggle to get the movie made
Cianfrance invites a discussion: 'By changing the film, you cut into the heart and soul of what the film is. Every once in a while in your life you have an opportunity to stand for something'
Up close with four Oscar hopefuls, from "Casino Jack" to "The Social Network"
It wasn't the NC-17 sex scenes that were tough for Michelle Williams -- it was improvising all night, and fighting with Ryan Gosling for days
The MPAA's rating decision came as a surprise
Oscar nominees Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams star in this intense drama from director Derek Cianfrance
It's not clear if the Weinstein Company will make cuts or will appeal the board's decision
Roger Ebert has his heart warmed and “Blue Valentine” stirs Oscar talk
Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, Glenn Close and more
The Oscar-nominated actress is eyeing one of the lead roles in "The Emperor's Children"
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