Welcome to the club, Andy Samberg and Greta Gerwig
With a year strong and varied enough to make the HFPA look good, Globes voters came up with their most scandal-free set of nominations in...
Scenes from "Short Term 12," "Blue Is the Warmest Color," "Frances Ha" and "The Heat" also made TheWrap staff's year-end list
Hollywood festival also adds conversations and panels with Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson, Dane DeHaan and Greta Gerwig
Apart from "Before Midnight" and some visual-effects extravaganzas, the first half of 2013 has been notably light on awards movies
TheWrap's chief movie critic recommends indie alternatives to studio summer spectaculars
“I wanted to shoot a movie in black and white, so of course we went right to ‘Manhattan’”
The first trailer for Noah Baumbach's black-and-white film features Greta Gerwig demonstrating her colorful charm
"Frances Ha," which screened at Telluride and Toronto film festivals, is picked up by IFC
Several recent Toronto films feature marvelous performances in films that range from wonderful to forgettable
Murray and Gerwig enter the race for king and queen of the 39th Telluride Film Festival with "Hyde Park on Hudson" and Noah Baumbach's rapturously...
Woody Allen's Italy-based comedy doesn’t reach the heights of “Midnight in Paris,” but then it doesn’t plummet to “Scoop” levels, either
Director Woody Allen makes a rare trip to Los Angeles for the North American premiere of "To Rome With Love," and warns the audience that...
Why "Bridesmaids," "Girls" and the latest film from indie darlings Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones have honesty about women in common
“Metropolitan” director Whit Stillman returns after a long hiatus and once again charts the mating habits of the contemporary preppy
The movie stars Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penelope Cruz, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig and Ellen Page
Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Ellen Page and Woody Allen also star in "The Bop Decameron"
Before the indie bands completely take over SXSW, actors and filmmakers and a 3D enthusiast get in a few last words
The Mel Gibson/Jodie Foster movie dominates SXSW headlines, but fest observers also find trends galore
Director Noah Baumbach has cast the Oscar-winning "Hobbit" star in his new relationship dramedy
The actress next stars in "You Won't Miss Me," which TheWrap can exclusively reveal the poster for