Weinstein Company takes it from three to 147 theaters and connects; "Belle" and "Chef' widen and hold well
James Gray directs frequent collaborator Joaquin Phoenix as an enigmatic pimp who takes advantage of just-off-the-boat Polish immigrant Cotillard
The Dylan Farrow controversy hasn't impeded the director's ability to recruit top talent
Code Entertainment is financing the film, which will recast the lead role of military interrogator Eric Maddox
Jeremy Renner might be able to save her in James Gray's upcoming period drama
Berlin: Lawrence Bender ("Pulp Fiction") is producing the movie, which was written by Jonathan W. Stokes and John Romano
Period drama co-stars Joaquin Phoenix
Marion Cotillard co-stars in the latest adaptation of Shakespeare's play
Brad Pitt is producing the long-gestating adaptation of David Grann's book, which will be directed by James Gray
The up-and-coming actress will play Heather Frost in the indie comedy "Me Him Her"
He joins Martin Henderson, Jason Momoa and Julianne Nicholson on the cable channel's original series
Seven Stars will develop and distribute films in partnership with Liu Yiwei's Joyful Film
It was a sprawling, soggy, sexy 12-day extravaganza, and here are the keys
"Inside Llewyn Davis" and "Like Father, Like Son" win second and third-place awards; Bruce Dern and Berenice Bejo take acting honors
The period drama is either a wrenching masterpiece or a gloomy melodrama, depending on who you ask
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama
Along with Pitt and Plan B president Dede Gardner, Kleiner produced Paramount's "World War Z"
Mila Kunis, Zoé Saldana, and Marion Cottilard co-star
With a few good movies (and the new Uggie!) behind them, festivalgoers look forward to a jammed week with Soderbergh, Payne, Refn, Jarmusch, Polanski...
Cannes deals slowed a bit at the end of the week
The platinum heiress weighs in on Sofia Coppola's movie, while the gritter and weirder likes of "Fruitvale Station" and "The Congress" jockey for attention on...
Steven Soderbergh, the Coen Brothers, Alexander Payne, Roman Polanski -- heavy hitters and international auteurs go for the Palme at Cannes
TheWrap investigates: Winners complain they are not being rewarded, either in promised cash or or in access to top screenwriters.