The cast (including Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette) ages in real time in this stirring look at a family's perseverance through the day-to-day business of...
Writer, director and screenwriter tells TheWrap: "We have a tendency sometimes to lower the bar a little bit and oversimplify movies"
Kornacki will take the place of Chris Hayes, who's replacing Ed Schultz in MSNBC's primetime
One explores human mind; the other a world where dinosaurs still walk the earth
Media company announces it wants to do a $1.5 billion stock buyback
Oscar-winning animated feature and documentary win for depiction of animal issues
"I had hoped that people would be finally willing to nominate an animated film for Best Picture"
"District 9," "Inglourious Basterds," "Up" and "This Is It" also win Golden Reel Awards
ACE Eddie Awards salutes Oscar frontrunner, plus "The Hangover," "Up" and "The Cove"
Pete Docter's Pixar film wins the top two awards, but "Coraline" and "The Princess and the Frog" win three each
"I assumed, when the phone woke me from my sweet slumber, that it was fantastic news"
Detroit critics name the animated film tops, while Utah and Vegas scribes show more love to frontrunners "Hurt Locker" and "Up in the Air"
Can you spot the happy couple in recent movie ads?
“We want to make great movies, but for a price that will give us a return on our investment"
Pixar's "Up," the Oscar favorite, wins nine nominations but trails "Coraline" by one; Disney gets the most nods.
'The Ugly Truth' leads DVD rentals.
The director of "Up" talks about how Pixar's messy process makes movies that look easy.
Disney has top two titles overseas; Universal surpasses $1 bil internationally for year.
Strong debut weekend in the U.K . returns Pixar pic to No. 1 spot.
With too many worthy competitors fighting for too few slots, the category looks for its strongest lineup ever.
Disney's high-flying "Up" stayed on top of the foreign boxoffice, while "Surrogates" settled for second.
With "The Hole," Dante brings an added dimensionality to his conventional live action feature.
The interest and B.O. are there, but space is still too limited.
“The phone is an extremely compelling device. It’s personalized. It’s with you 24-7. It’s really viral."
Twitter, Facebook have changed what 'word-of-mouth' really means.
Screen count the big hurdle for smaller 3D films.
'The Hangover' keeps chugging along, dropping just 18 percent.
Raunchy comedy is the first summer movie to be No. 1 for two consecutive weeks.
"Salvation" lands in top spot overseas with $67.5 million.
Squeaks by "Up" for weekend box office crown.