Kevin Hart-Ice Cube comedy wins 3rd straight; sing-along "Frozen" scores and "Labor Day" fumbles
Sing-along "Frozen" is third as Kevin Hart-Ice Cube comedy heads for 3rd-straight win; "Labor Day" is DOA
Josh Brolin stars as an escaped convict who steals Kate Winslet's deflated heart after holding her hostage with her teenage son
Their R-rated romantic comedy is expected to top "Labor Day" and dethrone "Ride Along" this weekend
Two very female-skewing movies -- "That Awkward Moment" and "Labor Day" -- will try while most of America watches the Broncos and Seahawks
"Labor Day" and "Saving Mr. Banks" are also singled out for SOC awards; TV nominees include "Homeland" and "Mad Men"
The director talks with TheWrap about learning how make a film without snappy dialogue.
The Oscar-winning actress embraced a character who makes inexplicable decisions in Jason Reitman's unconventional romance
Writer-director Jason Reitman, adapting the novel by Joyce Maynard, has a bad habit of telling us what he’s already shown us in this sappy romance
With "Wolf of Wall Street" gone and one wide release scheduled, Hollywood should be taking advantage of the distribution opportunity
Co-star Kate Winslet and director Jason Reitman say Brolin wouldn't stop baking pies for everybody on the set
"Juno" director Jason Reitman adapted Joyce Maynard's 2009 novel of the same name
The writer-director agrees that he's turning more dramatic in his latest work, which debuted at the Toronto film festival
When the closest thing to a good guy also happens to be a convicted murderer, it's easy to figure out that this year's Toronto Film...
See the sights from the 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival
Maynard, who began a relationship with Salinger when she was a teenager, tells TheWrap she finds omissions in Shane Salerno's film "very troubling"
Positive reaction to the Coens brothers’ look at an unlucky folksinger in 1961, "Inside Llewyn Davis"
Fest will also present tributes to Robert Redford, T Bone Burnett and the Coen brothers, and conversations with Bruce Dern and Jason Reitman
Festival will open with Bill Condon's WikiLeaks movie "The Fifth Estate," and close with Daniel Schecter's "Life of Crime"
At a live read of the Coen Brothers' classic "The Big Lebowski," director Jason Reitman says he's returning in the fall for more LACMA readings