Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight" is solid in debut and "Boyhood" stays strong in expansion
Owner of William Faulkner's literary rights says 2011 Woody Allen film "Midnight in Paris" referenced Faulkner without permission
With nominations looming, the forecast calls for Oldman over DiCaprio, Jonah Hill over Max von Sydow, and a directing nod for Terrence Malick
"Midnight in Paris" climbed, "War Horse" slipped and "Extremely Loud" and "The Tree of Life" disappeared
Piece from 40-year-old book finds Allen's protagonist hanging out in Paris with Hemingway, Dali, the Fitzgeralds, Gertrude Stein ...
By tying ensemble nominations to the opening credits, SAG snubs a number of crucial actors, including Corey Stoll in "Midnight in Paris"
With the unveiling of "War Horse," "The Iron Lady," "Young Adult" and "We Bought a Zoo," a muddy picture gets slightly clearer
"He moves way too fast for you to try to perfect your performance," Corey Stolll, who plays Ernest Hemingway, told the crowd at a Wrap...
In an unsettled year, the winner just might come from anywhere
We've picked the Best Picture winner early for the last two years, but this year offers a confounding crop of contenders
"His voice was actually kind of high and reedy, with a little bit of a lisp -- it doesn't fit at all with what we...
Sony Classics is re-expanding distribution for Allen's top-grossing film as it nears the $50 million mark
At some point on Friday, Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" will officially become the veteran director's top-grossing film ever
The studio has been unusually aggressive, threatening to take exhibitors off service if they don't help "Midnight" become Allen's most profitable film ever
This week the comedy became the director's top grosser in a quarter century; one more giant hurdle awaits
A quest for a credential upgrade ends happily at this year's festival
"Midnight in Paris" gets a warm reaction, Egyptian filmmakers cause a fuss and "Puss in Boots" crashes the party
The filmmaker's "Midnight in Paris" is a likely bet to be one of the most enjoyable films at this year's festival
TheWrap's daily roundup of Cannes news begins with previews, deals and fear and loathing from opening-night director Woody Allen
The beauty of Cannes, says our guest columnist, is that you can take awards out of the equation and focus on the films themselves
Romantic comedy starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Marion Cotillard will kick French film festival on May 11
Romantic comedy stars Oscar winners Adrien Brody, Marion Cotillard and Kathy Bates, plus Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams
Director confirms rumored cast, including Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Carla Bruni