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Michael Cera and John Hawkes also on board
Will voters see all the nominees? Even "Bad Grandpa?"
Sacha Gervasi is directing the adaptation of Sam Munson's 2011 murder mystery novel
Johnny Knoxville even adds a bit of a plot in this "Borat"/"Little Miss Sunshine" blend
The cast and crew of "Enough Said" discuss its writer and director, Nicole Holofcener.
It's only her fifth film in 17 years, but writer-director Nicole Holofcener further burnishes her reputation as one of this generation's great storytellers
John Carney's musical film prompted the festival's biggest bidding war, and for their money the Weinstein Company bought themselves a warm, funny crowd-pleaser
The John Carney movie starring Keira Knightley and Adam Levine sparked a bidding war
Director Paul Greengrass' portrayal here of a noble white officer suffering at the hands of insidious black pirates smacks of Rudyard Kipling
The film is based on the true story of the 2009 hijacking of the MV Maersk Alabama
The gentle giant's softer side comes out in the first trailer for the late actor's rom-com
Fox Searchlight to release romantic comedy, co-starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, on Sept. 20
Nicolas Cage leads a family of Neanderthals into a whole new world in this amusing and visually stunning animated film for all ages
Despite some forays toward melodrama, a fine ensemble of actors keeps this tale of the lives and loves of musicians in tune
The movie starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Christopher Walken and Catherine Keener premieres in Toronto on Monday night
"The Voice" coach Cee Lo Green will play a hip hop star named Troublegum (yes, Troublegum)
Actor joins Catherine Keener and Jane Fonda in Bruce Beresford's multi-generational indie drama
These meshugenah woman are us, our best friends ... and guys, they're the ones you date
Latest group of festival films includes stars Colin Farrell, Robert Duvall, Catherine Keener, Casey Affleck
Drama to be second film for director David Schwimmer.