And good news Marvel: she's open to superhero movies, too
Gritty tale of Afghan war heroism mobilizes the mainstream to blast past projections. "August Osage County" bests "Her"
After huge $14.4M first day, the Afghan war drama is looking at $38M for three days; 'August: Osage County' topping 'Her'
Those three films have now been nominated by seven of the eight main guilds and professional organizations to announce nominees
The Afghan War saga should beat out "Legend of Hercules" and handful of expanding awards hopefuls
The Weinstein Company's "August: Osage County" averages $28K in second week in five theaters
Meryl Streep, Idris Elba and Naomie Harris won three of the four major acting awards, while "August" won Best Ensemble
"A nomination is not a win," writes Theo Kingma in the wake of Weinstein Co. and Fox Searchlight ads
Crowded Christmas market crimps Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts' dysfunctional family comedy from TWC
Juliette Lewis and Dermot Mulroney showed up to support Children Mending Hearts and the Episcopal School of Los Angeles
"No" chance the "August: Osage County" star will have a fourth child
The smaller pleasures of "All Is Lost," "Fruitvale Station" and "Inside Llewyn Davis" are missing from a SAG list long on big, bold performances
Actress is earning strong notices for work in "August: Osage County"
The big-screen adaptation of Tracy Letts’ hit play is never dull, but it plays more like a camp-classic-in-waiting than a Pulitzer-winner
Films by Spike Jonze, Ralph Fiennes, Stephen Frears, Asghar Farhadi and Errol Morris also join lineup
"The Butler" has done it and "Gravity" should hit $100 million, but can other awards hopefuls combine gravitas and mainstream appeal?
Fest honorees to include Judd Apatow, Mariel Hemingway
"12 Years a Slave” and “Gravity” deliver, Matthew Weiner will always have TV, and a crowded Oscar race looms
"Eat the fish, Bitch!" -- Julia Roberts braces for her line to be this year's "I Drink Your Milkshake"
The adaptation of Tracy Letts' play is faithful to its source and that may be the problem
John Wells' adaptation of the Broadway play turns serious problems into grand entertainment, while Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy shine in the beautiful "Disappearance of...
The "Sherlock" and "Star Trek into Darkness" star will receive British Artist of the Year award at the Britannia Awards on Nov. 9
Festival will open with Bill Condon's WikiLeaks movie "The Fifth Estate," and close with Daniel Schecter's "Life of Crime"