TheWrap Summer Movie Preview 2015: The season isn’t just for blockbusters anymore, having become the favorite release window for festival darlings of late
The Hurt Locker News, Movies and Background
FX drama will begin production in Wales next month
Jean-Luc Godard’s experimental film narrowly beats out “Boyhood” for Best Picture of the Year 2014
“Interstellar” and “Gone Girl” could be the only two to make $100 million domestically
Acting honors go to Timothy Spall, Marion Cotillard, Patricia Arquette and J.K. Simmons
The Orchard has acquired Adam Rapp’s “Loitering With Intent,” which stars Michael Godere & Ivan Martin
Kyle Patrick Alvarez (“C.O.G.”) will direct the movie for financiers Sandbar Pictures and Abandon Features
He will play a new beat cop on NBC’s hit procedural
Richard Linklater’s 12-years-in-the-making drama is a decided underdog — but strangely and gloriously, it’s also a real contender
New rules reflect changing times, make voting easier and even redefine what a movie is
Helming a summer blockbuster can do wonders for one’s career
From significant tech categories to potential wardrobe malfunctions, here’s how to pass the time while you’re waiting to see who wins Best Picture
“Everything is Awesome” for everyone but Paul W.S. Anderson and his disaster movie flop
“I don’t play the character as ‘gay’ — he’s just a regular guy who happens to like other guys. I’m proud of the movie’s message,”...
But when did “Frances Ha” ask to be your indie darling?
"Zero Dark Thirty" stars Jessica Chastain and Joel Edgerton and is directed by Kathryn Bigelow
A multi-million suit claiming that the team behind the Best Picture winner stole an Iraq vet’s life story has been tossed
Sgt. Jeffrey Sarver plans to appeal the ruling, which ordered him to pay court costs
Oscar-nominated actor says buying, restoring and reselling houses kept him afloat when acting jobs weren’t coming
Two Oscar nominations, two upcoming franchises … and “The Town” star hopes he doesn’t get hit by a bus anytime soon.
How bad is it? “Twilight” director Catherine Hardwicke says she couldn’t even get a meeting to direct “The Fighter.”
Boal is still writing the script using classified information he obtained while researching the project
The Odds called “The Hurt Locker” back in September of 2009. So who’s looking good this year?