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Cannes 2014: The Princess Grace biopic is melodramatic and silly, but "Timbuktu" starts the competition off right
Cannes Classics section will include revival screenings of Alfred Hitchcock and Sergio Leone movies, plus Roger Ebert documentary "Life Itself"
An image from "8 1/2" has been chosen to represent the 67th edition of Cannes
Documentary series will be "as depraved as any scripted program," Spurlock vows
The Oscar winner plays the famed actress-turned-princess in the Cannes opener
Lingering questions about "The Killing" Season 1 shenanigans haunt the new CBS series (and arguably every drama series since)
Celebrated author wrote dozens of short stories, as well as 28 novels -- many of which were adapted for film and television
The actor portrayed Lt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson on ABC's "S.W.A.T.," which ran for two seasons on ABC
The title card designer behind "Vertigo" and "Anatomy of a Murder" recognized on his 93rd birthday
The 80-year old actress will participate in festival's award ceremonies
Hollywood says farewell to stars of movies, television and music
Tribeca announces free screenings of Alfred Hitchcock and Tim Burton films, sports programs and endless-loop art-film installation at Museum of Modern Art
"Somebody Marry Me" is the first American feature film to be shot in one continuous take, and the first romantic comedy to do so
From the "Fifty Shades of Grey" board game to a truly scary bit of "Twilight" merchandise, TheWrap has all of your holiday shopping needs covered
"Celebrity" premieres of "Hitchcock" to follow in New York City (Nov. 18) and Los Angeles (Nov. 20)
"Rear Window," best known as a classic Hitchcock film, was actually based on a noirish short story
"The Birds" director Alfred Hitchcock's stormy relationship with his leading lady is chronicled in sneak peek at HBO Film offering
"He ruined my career but he didn't ruin my life," she says
The British Film Institute's once-a-decade critics poll calls "Vertigo" the best film ever made
Cannes has selected 13 films from a star-studded cast of directors for its Classics program this May
TCA: Cherry says he's known the show's ending since the beginning
The veteran actor talks about Nicholson and Corman, Kazan and Coppola -- and that surprising Emmy nomination for "Big Love"
Screen idol-turned-Broadway star dies of natural causes
Nicolas Cage was robbed ... and at the Goya Awards, Javier Bardem wasn't
Offbeat director picks a mainstream group of films for Hollywood festival