"The Dark Knight" cinematographer talks to TheWrap about making his directorial debut with brainy thriller starring Johnny Depp
"The danger now is that a director could choose not to have a cinematographer," the Oscar-winner tells TheWrap
The honorary Oscar recipient and WWII vet began his decades-long career as a child star in the '20s
The industry that the actor worked in for 87 years mourns, jokes and shares stories
Shawn Christensen decided to make movies after being in a band "that didn't blow up"
A new study finds that females comprised only 15 percent of protagonists and 29 percent of major characters in 2013's highest grossing films
Best Picture victory powers surge in 62 markets and it crosses $100 million for foreign distributor Lionsgate
Timing and marketing pushed the film to new heights
Maggie Gyllenhaal, Domhall Gleeson co-star opposite the "12 Years a Slave" star
Abdi tells the New Yorker he earned $65,000 for $55 million film
In case you missed it, Paula Deen is back in the headlines, Jesus is back on the big screen, and TheWrap's final Oscar predictions have...
"Everything is Awesome" for everyone but Paul W.S. Anderson and his disaster movie flop
He won an Oscar, a Golden Globe, SAG and Independent Spirit Awards -- to name a few -- for his portrayal of Truman Capote
The director talks with TheWrap about learning how make a film without snappy dialogue.
Geralyn Dreyfous, executive producer of "The Square," and Dan Cogan, executive producer of "How to Survive a Plague" will bankroll a movie about one of...
Change is imminent, says Mark Johnson, head of the Academy’s foreign-language committee
Filmmakers and executives question the standard studio excuse that black films don't work. They do -- just look at 'Best Man Holiday'
The Patrick Swayze movie won a pair of Oscars in 1990
Universal and writer-director Peter Berg unveiled their gripping war drama and under-the-radar awards contender Wednesday night
Unfortunately, his 2-year-old granddaughter can only pronounce something unflattering
Barbra Streisand returns to the Oscars this year for her first performance in 36 years.
The 1,088-poster donation, from Chicago real estate developer Dwight Cleveland, fills a gap in the Motion Picture Academy's collection
Baltasar Kormakur has been expanding Icelandic output through his own production company
The "Lord of the Rings" sound editor was 53
At TheWrap's screening series, Nina Hoss says her main goal was to make the fear of an oppressive regime an instinctive response
Danny Elfman has five entries, but his "Silver Linings Playbook" score was disqualified; "Les Miserables" not eligible because it relies on existing songs
The sale of a possibly fake Oscar for "Deer Hunter" sparks a lawsuit
"Lincoln" seems likely to score Best Picture and Best Director nods for Steven Spielberg and a nomination for Daniel Day Lewis
Joan Crawford famously accepted the Oscar from her sick bed
After soaring to fame in "Oklahoma!" on Broadway, Celeste Holm went on to win the best supporting actress Academy Award for 1947's "Gentleman's Agreement"