Learn how to cook the legendary desert from Zubrowka's premiere patisserie
The red band trailer for the film, a hit in limited release, has a bit more edge to it
Huge limited debuts don't always translate to broad success, but we're betting that Wes Anderson's quirky comedy will
Timing and marketing pushed the film to new heights
This action-comedy-romance-nostalgia piece is a movie lover’s head-spinning delight, and two hours later you’ll barely remember it
The star of drama talks about how she fought to keep portrayal of novelist real -- and dodges 'Spider-Man 2' questions
This turgid biopic about Charles Dickens’ mistress Nelly Ternan feels as stiff and unyielding as a Victorian corset
The filmmaker's latest whimsical comedy will open the film festival on Feb. 6
The director is prepping another colorful drama for a 2014 release
See the sights from the 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival
Star of "Blue Jasmine" and director/star of "The Invisible Man" will receive gala tributes and dinners at this year's NYFF
The actor-turned-director is courting past co-stars Ralph Fiennes and Benedict Cumberbatch to star
Daniel Craig is back as James Bond in Sam Mendes' "Skyfall," but much has changed since the underwhelming "Quantum of Solace"
With wit, sex, smarts and excitement all on display, this franchise entry proves that after 50 years, James Bond still has a license to thrill
Ralph Fiennes is eyeing a starring role in Wes Anderson's next film "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Sure, “Wrath of the Titans” may improve on the awful converted-3D original -- but it's far less compelling than almost anything you can pop into...
Vanessa Redgrave's military stage-mom steals the show in Voldemort's directorial debut
"Coriolanus" director and star Fiennes and "My Week With Marilyn" star Branagh will receive the special honors in London on Dec. 4
The Academy Award-nominated actor's take on Shakespeare's 'Coriolanus' will premiere in Berlin on Monday
Oscar nominee in talks to join Daniel Craig in the latest 007 adventure
Star signs on opposite first-time director Ralph Fiennes.