K.K. Barrett wanted to craft a more old-fashioned looking device for Joaquin Phoenix's Theodore
The actor says our "egos and and emotions are tied into social media. Our relationship with technology is much more complicated now"
His ex-wife doesn't seem as open to the idea
Actress' voice-only performance in "Her" is ineligible for Golden Globes under HFPA rules
SFFS's attempt to participate in awards season will also salute documentary "The Square"
Films by Spike Jonze, Ralph Fiennes, Stephen Frears, Asghar Farhadi and Errol Morris also join lineup
Jonze's quirky love story is a hit with critics and festivalgoers, but can such an unconventional film win over Academy voters?
Spike Jonze spins a futuristic love story for the age of Siri, with Joaquin Phoenix falling for Scarlett Johansson as the voice of his operating...
Spike Jonze will be creative director and Jason Schwartzman will host the video giant's debut show
The filmmaker brought scenes of his new movie to the Toronto Film Festival on Sunday
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Jason Reitman’s Live Read, David Cronenberg-inspired art and conversations with Ron Howard and Harvey Weinstein also highlight final programming additions
Scarlett Johansson voices the operating system that Phoenix falls in love with in the unique romantic drama
Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures funded both projects
After the red carpet and the premieres, the stars come out at the legendary hotel
Sexual assault, infidelity allegations spark renewed interest in film made during his 2000 pesidential campaign.
A roundup of casting and dealmaking from around the web
Film festival announces lineup of free screenings, community events and panel discussions
Spike Jonze and Lance Bangs directed portrait of author of "Where the Wild Things Are"
More critics awards, because we know you haven’t had enough of them yet
Festival will screen more than 70 short films, documentaries and animated movies.
A pair of grown-up directors tackle a pair of children's classics, with mixed results.
11-minute music video hit the web Monday morning.
Spike Jonze adaptation, Jamie Foxx thriller lead flurry of over-performers; expansion pays off for "Paranormal."
Paramount steps up its "Paranormal Activity" to 760 locations.
Both understand that society is constantly caught in a dialogue between its human and animal side.
The film opens Friday, and it's still not clear if it's for kids, adults or hip adolescents.
After ruling the Emmys for years, the network has stealthily used Oscar rules to become a major player in the documentary races.
Spike Jonze’s Wild Things come under critical scrutiny, Jarvis Cocker serenades Mr. Fox, and the Coens go home.
"Where the Wild Things Are," not your typical “Sleeping Beauty” or even “Shrek" -- but why did it take so long?