"12 Years a Slave" rallied, Meryl Streep talked trash and the Producers Guild mucked things up
New York Times critic's Twitter feed is referenced in creative ad in his own paper
Forget about the sweet Carey Mulligan you think you know -- in "Inside Llewyn Davis," she gets to sing, scream and swear
The Coens, T Bone Burnett and Oscar Isaac get all folked up recreating the music of a musical scene about to end
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association calls it an original song, but "Please Mr. Kennedy" is part of a long folk tradition of borrowing and rewriting
Ethan and Joel Coen talk with TheWrap about their struggle to find the right guy to play a Greenwich Village singer circa 1961
The actor's side job as a musician came in handy when the Coens were trying to cast the uncastable title role
Spoiler alert: It's the Brooklyn Bridge
"The Butler" has done it and "Gravity" should hit $100 million, but can other awards hopefuls combine gravitas and mainstream appeal?
"Captain Phillips," "Inside Llewyn Davis" and "Nebraska" look strong in a week that found two movies dropping out of the race and Martin Scorsese teetering...
The last time Burnett hit the road with a Coen brothers soundtrack, "O Brother Where Art Thou" sold 8 million albums
Positive reaction to the Coens brothers’ look at an unlucky folksinger in 1961, "Inside Llewyn Davis"
Oscar Issac has a bad, bad week in New York City in the highly-anticipated drama from the Coen brothers
"Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska," "The Immigrant," "All Is Lost," "Blue Is the Warmest Color" join 2013 NYFF lineup
As the festival moves into its final five days, Steven Soderbergh's HBO movie joins the Coen brothers and Asghar Farhadi as the best in show
Before it even had its official Cannes premiere, "Inside Llewyn Davis" became the most acclaimed film at the festival
Coens' tragicomic story of Greenwich Village folk scene is a sharp, evocative portrait of a world about to be changed by Bob Dylan
Catcalls will put Baz Luhrmann's film in good company -- but the opening-night film is really just the aperitif before the sumptuous meal of cinema...
New preview of the Coen Brothers folk singer drama demonstrates just how tough it was to break into the music business in 1961
Coen Brothers are replacing William Nicholson as screenwriters
"Inside Llewyn Davis" stars Justin Timberlake and Carey Mulligan
Hour-long project will chronicle a surly private eye who delves into the seedy side of the Hollywood elite
Think Country Bear Jamboree, if all the bears were sexy young New York Broadway types crooning tunes from “O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
The real reason to say "oh, boy" is remembering original performances by Allison Krauss, Emmylou Harris and Ralph Stanley
The update of the caper film stars Cameron Diaz and Colin Firth
"True Grit" draws an appreciative crowd to its official Academy screening, while "Biutiful" plays to the A-list
Listen to the King's real speech, and learn how to win an Oscar playing a stripper … but don't call "True Grit" a Western
"True Grit" moves up the charts, but "Social Network" keeps winning
Pacino comes out for Bardem, and a new breed of directors take aim at Oscar
A fine film but not a game-changer, "True Grit" is dark, moody and dramatic -- and then it veers into broad comedy