"This is undeniably one of the best jobs in the British film industry"
Annapurna Pictures is in negotiations to co-finance the Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu film with New Regency
Helming a summer blockbuster can do wonders for one's career
Sony had previously been courting David Fincher to direct and Christian Bale to star
"Sherlock" star to headline revival in London
AMPAS programs are getting looser and livelier -- and here are 10 examples, from kung fu to canines
All the evidence you need to know that Toronto is where Oscar dreams come to life
Terence Malick's latest averages $7,467 in 17-screen debut as "Place Beyond the Pines" nabs $4M in nationwide expansion
Kinky thriller tops strong weekend as "Upstream Color" and Robert Redford's "The Company You Keep" open impressively too
Darren Aronofsky, Danny Boyle, Michael Moore, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and others talk of the support and inspiration they found in Ebert's work
The director always seems happiest on the fringes -- and he can't wait to dig into a new "Trainspotting" movie
James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson and Vincent Cassel lead us down a brilliantly entertaining rabbit hole of shocks and surprises
Remake of Sam Raimi's 1981 horror classic and the 3D re-release of 1993's "Jurassic Park" are the only wide openers
Danny Boyle, Joss Whedon and Michael Cera have been added to panels at this year's festival
Danny Boyle's spectacle thrives
"Slumdog Millionaire" promises a "baa"-mbasitc start to this summer's Olympics
"Slumdog Millionaire" director Danny Boyle says the opening ceremony will be "like a cauldron"
While movies are bombing at the box office, high art is playing to sold-out audiences at motion-picture theaters nationwide
Artistic directors say the ability to broadcast their events in movie theaters is a fantastic way to expose the arts to a wider audience
Awards gala is big and glitzy celebration of awards contenders -- but it could have used some of last year's Mariah Carey craziness
Graphic amputation scene presents serious marketing challenge for Fox Searchlight
Palm Springs honors two more filmmakers, and "The Social Network" adds two more critics' groups to its tally
Pacino comes out for Bardem, and a new breed of directors take aim at Oscar
Just a few of the partygoers: Anne Hathaway, Jamie Lee Curtis, Neil Portnow, Michael Bay, Jake Gyllenhaal, Molly Sims, Matthew Morrison, Glee, James Franco, Danny...
The film's director and star talk the rhythm method, acting in a chasm and failing to help Leonardo DiCaprio
How to make the story of a hiker trapped alone in a chasmcinematic -- not to mention inspirational, kinetic and moving
As tales of medical episodes mount, the director realizes that not all publicity is good publicity
An election-week theory says that Oscar voters want candidates that share their values
The stars come out, and James Franco offers advice to the faint of heart
The "127 Hours" director is "shocked, flattered and delighted"