Toronto 2014: Drama about World War II codebreaker carries high hopes for a company with a remarkable track record
The Oscar-nominated actress and her director, Ned Benson, tell TheWrap about final edits to the acclaimed film
The post-Civil War western will be shot on 65mm film
The British actor didn't make it to Colorado, but his film "The Imitation Game" is the hit of the festival's opening day
The drama follows the Italian explorer's adventures through 13th century China
The film's producer, Harvey Weinstein, recalls the improv extravaganza that confused the Swedish star
Here's where the Hollywood jetsetters went on their summer vacations
That Martin Scorsese story went down like a lead balloon in the mountains of Idaho
Man claims he paid $100,000 for a small speaking part in the film, but was bumped
"The Host" and "Mother" director Bong Joon-Ho pours on the action but misses the heart -- even with an eminently watchable Tilda Swinton -- in...
The British actress joins fellow Oscar winner Christoph Waltz in Justin Chadwick's drama
Plus, the cable channel placed three new provocative projects in development
It still slipped online, though
"Now we have a cure for pediatric AIDS, and we did it together," Stone said in between tears upon arriving to the annual benefit in...
Jessica Chastain admits "I can't compete with these people on my independent film salary," while one bouncy producer gloats "I got reverse mugged."
A tight Palme d'Or race enters its final day as the stars come out to party (and fundraise)
In an excerpt from her book "The $11 Billion Dollar Year," Anne Thompson describes Anderson's inaugural experience at Cannes for "Moonrise Kingdom"
Cannes 2014: DreamWorks Animation premieres "How To Train Your Dragon 2," while the Weinstein Company shows off its upcoming slate
Cannes 2014: At least Mike Leigh scores a hit with "Mr. Turner"
Olivier Dahan's film, the editing of which has been the subject of a public negotiation, was panned on Wednesday
TWC will release no less than four Worldview movies a year, and is financing several upcoming films
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" leads all nominees, followed by "Hedwig and the Angry Inch"
Drama tells the inside story of the Neapolitan crime organization Camorra
The film, which sold for around $7 million in Toronto, is now called "Begin Again"
Attacks are "bulls--t," mogul claims
We don't need no stinkin' heroes, and other things we learned on Sunday night
Justin Chadwick is directing the Weinstein Company's adaptation of Deborah Moggach's beloved romance novel
Who's in charge of the list, and all the key behind-the-scenes power brokers you need to know. Plus, a photo tour through the upcoming Oscar...
The cable network headed by one of the film's stars, Oprah Winfrey, acquires first broadcast window after pay TV
TWC-Dimension is teaming with Endgame Entertainment on the action-comedy written by James Vanderbilt