“The Martian,” “The Danish Girl,” “Black Mass” among titles; Johnny Depp, Bryan Cranston, Jessica Chastain, Julianne Moore and Benedict Cumberbatch also among actors list coming...
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President Obama, Hillary Clinton, Lance Bass, and Michael Moore among first to share in the love on social media
Expect more appeals and possible rule changes in the doc feature category, insiders tell TheWrap
Filmmaker Michael Moore, media personality Tina Brown and former Vikings Punter Chris Kluwe also speak out
New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, Dwayne Johnson and former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Lewis are also speaking out
“Whether it’s controversy or patriotism … it doesn’t matter because everyone walking out of the theaters is checking the ‘A+’ box in every category,” a...
‘This film depicts with subtlety and compassion those brave few who serve our nation in uniform,’ senator says
Documentary filmmaker notes again that his uncle was killed by a sniper and explains his views in Facebook post
Moviegoers can finally enjoy a film with a genuine hero who served his country and fought in a righteous war
Both Moore and Rogen have said they actually liked the war drama starring Bradley Cooper, but the media has labeled them “critics,” anyway
‘The View’s’ Whoopi Goldberg Slams Seth Rogen, Michael Moore Over ‘American Sniper’ Criticism (Video)
The ABC daytime talk show host comes back feisty from a two-week hiatus and dominates the first portion of “Hot Topics”
New hashtag features movie titles mocking both liberals and conservatives
Sarah Palin Blasts Hollywood Over ‘American Sniper’ Criticism: You’re Not Fit to Shine Chris Kyle’s Boots
“Hollywood leftists: while caressing shiny plastic trophies you exchange among one another while spitting on the graves of freedom fighters,” Palin writes
“My dad always said, ‘Snipers are cowards. They don’t believe in a fair fight. Like someone coming up from behind you and coldcocking you,'” Moore...
Films in contention run the gamut from “Afternoon of a Faun” to “A World Not Ours”
Redesigned Oscars.org launches with fan giveaway for Oscar bleacher seats
In TheWrap’s latest “Office With a View,” Kent Alterman names his channel’s best show that didn’t pan out
An “A+” CinemaScore highlights the film’s connection with core audience, so backers believe it will build in coming weeks
The deceptive evidence and straw-man arguments of this conservative “filmmaker” would go down easier if the actual filmmaking wasn’t so inept
New rules reflect changing times, make voting easier and even redefine what a movie is
“Capitalists are under fire,” D’Souza says in the follow-up to his hit documentary “2016: Obama’s America”
Rory Kennedy’s documentary bows at L.A. Film Festival as another evacuation of Americans takes place near Baghdad
Prolific director Gibney, post-9/11 chronicler Poitras and social change advocate Dreyfous will be honored at 2013 IDA Awards
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Dinesh D'Souza urges moviegoers to help his "America" — due in theaters on the Fourth of July next year — send a message to Hollywood's...
Moore’s films have been considered works of Swiftian genius because of Moore’s leftist politics; my upcoming "America" will explore what the country was, is and should be
Courtney Sexton hire means Clinton doc will be a "puff piece," RNC says
Michael Moore, Lena Dunham, Olivia Wilde express outrage and sympathy for Trayvon Martin's family
‘Dirty Wars’ Review: Good Story, but It’s Too Much Like an Infomercial for Journalist Jeremy Scahill
The on-camera ubiquity of Scahill turns a hard-hitting piece of reportage into the “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” of investigative journalism