Isaac plays a tour guide who gets tangled up in a con man's deadly game in the upcoming thriller from "Drive" writer Hossein Amini
Leslye Headland ("Bachelorette") will write and direct the film for Will Ferrell's Gary Sanchez banner and IM Global
From a smarter girlfriend to bigger hair, "The Amazing Spider-Man" reboots the lucractive "Spider-Man" franchise with at least a few new wrinkles
From a happy Gary Oldman to unexpectedly great 3D to a dog who wore out his welcome, some indelible awards-season moments
Radius, the Weinstein Company's new video-on-demand label, picks up the Sundance film "Bachelorette"
No pooping in the street. But plenty of cocaine, stripping and casual c-words.
"The Artist" stumbling? Only five Best Picture noms? How Academy voters could confound expectations ...
Werner Herzog's "Into the Abyss" grosses only $50,784 at 12 locations
"He’ll say weird things to people or in conversation -- and he's nervous in front of press"
If it takes destroying the planet for the Danish bad boy to treat human beings as something other than beneath contempt, so be it
Lars von Trier's apocalyptic drama scores 8 nominations, twice as many as any other film
Clive Owen and Anil Kapoor will star in the Roger Donaldson thriller
Director Terrence Malick is a no-show; Kirsten Dunst wins Best Actress award for "Melancholia"
With no real frontrunner, the field is wide open for Cannes' top prize
As the festival winds down, Cannes-watchers begin summing up -- when they're not appalled by Lars von Trier's antics
Festival condemns "Melancholia" director's flippant comments about Hitler, Nazis; von Trier says he's not anti-Semitic
Happy endings, insists master provocateur Lars von Trier, have no point in our myths and our movies
You didn't even have to have a ticket to the Coachella music festival to see stars; plus a "Scream" bash with Marilyn Manson
"Gossip Girl" actress signs on to star in big-screen coming-of-age drama
“They really covered it up in a big way," the actress says at TheWrap's Academy Screening Series
Kirsten Dunst co-stars in a murder mystery inspired by real life events
Murder mystery originally was to be released by Weinstein Co.
Oscar-nominated pair join Walter Salles' adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic Beat Generation novel
The Aussies nix softcore, a Weinstein orphan may have a new home, and "Star Wars" takes the summer crown
Producer Yeldham: “There’s very little support here for literary, mature, sophisticated material for sentient grownup beings"
Long-running festival to screen 314 films, award $90,000 in prizes
A roundup of recent acquisitions at a slow festival for deals
Walter Salles' adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic novel stars Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley and Kristen Stewart
Bookings include short directed by Kirsten Dunst, others featuring Anthony Hopkins, Sam Rockwell