Cannes Review: the Dardenne brothers have made the best film of the Cannes Film Festival so far
James Gray directs frequent collaborator Joaquin Phoenix as an enigmatic pimp who takes advantage of just-off-the-boat Polish immigrant Cotillard
Oscar-nominated "12 Years a Slave" star portrays murderous general as 'damaged' from war in Justin Kurzel's Shakespeare adaptation
Jeremy Renner might be able to save her in James Gray's upcoming period drama
It would be easy to walk through the Kasbah thinking, "these poor people, living the way they do while their leadership entertains movie stars"
Period drama co-stars Joaquin Phoenix
Marion Cotillard co-stars in the latest adaptation of Shakespeare's play
"12 Years a Slave" star says he is busy filming another movie
The up-and-coming actress will play Heather Frost in the indie comedy "Me Him Her"
Japanese drama examines two families whose 6-year-old sons were switched at birth
The period drama is either a wrenching masterpiece or a gloomy melodrama, depending on who you ask
The company's third Cannes pickup is a sexy coming-of-age tale
Cotillard plays a woman desperate to keep her job
From Leonardo DiCaprio to Kathryn Bigelow, many top contenders found themselves left off the list, while others like Jacki Weaver were surprising nominees
Johnny Depp's highly guarded sci-fi film "Transcendence" -- from the team behind "Inception" -- will delve into the cutting edge of science, from nanotechnology to...
Matthias Schoenaerts is impressive and Marion Cotillard is luminescent in Jacques Audiard's rough-hewn French-language romance "Rust and Bone"
Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts on brawling with monsters and loving Marion Cotillard in "Rust and Bone"
Affleck's "Argo" remained the festival's most popular triumph, but by Labor Day's end, newbie documentarian Sarah Polley had claimed the late-buzz trophy
Telluride tributee Cotillard brought the Cannes entry "Rust & Bone" to America, while Ken Burns and Errol Morris gave the fest some documentary star power
The conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy offers plenty of thrills, but rarely feels as groundbreaking as “The Dark Knight”
Day 3: Marion Cotillard gets awards heat, Guillermo del Toro talks "Pinocchio" and Bill Murray cuts a rug
The film from the "A Prophet" director stars Marion Cotillard
Unfortunately, Steven Soderbergh's virus thriller has so many characters that none create much of an impact
Gordon-Levitt will play a Gotham City cop and Cotillard will play a Wayne Enterprises board member
The composer talks about his ninth Oscar nomination, adding what Chris Nolan couldn't to "Inception," and the next Caped Crusader movie
From Michael Caine to Christian Bale to Tom Hardy, the "Dark Knight" director likes to stick with a trusted posse of collaborators
Oscar winner in talks to reunite with her "Inception" director for Batman sequel
The "Twilight" star joins Marion Cotillard and Paul Giamatti in the film
Alfonso Cuaron is directing the 3D space movie from a script he co-wrote with his son, Jonas
From red-carpet premieres to album launches to green events to 100th-birthday parties, celebrities are out and partying