With the performances he's gotten this year from Pacino, as well as from Nicolas Cage in "Joe," director David Gordon Green becomes the go-to sponsor...
Oscar-winning "Houdini" star explains how magic and acting are escapes -- and traps
The writer-director talks with TheWrap about "Groundhog Day" and the challenges of filming the same scene over and over again
If the Academy paid more attention to early-year releases, Shailene Woodley and Wes Anderson might punch tickets to the Dolby
Gravitas Ventures will release Peter Glanz's directorial debut in theaters and on VOD this September
Murray and Wes Anderson discuss memorable moments from the film ahead of the film's Criterion Collection release
In an excerpt from her book "The $11 Billion Dollar Year," Anne Thompson describes Anderson's inaugural experience at Cannes for "Moonrise Kingdom"
Jane Fonda and Rosanna Arquette have already granted interviews. Jack Nicholson could be next
It's the highest-grossing foreign market for Wes Anderson's comedy, which is up to $140 million globally
The upcoming film festival announces its jury
"It will be interesting to see what people say as it progresses," Tolman tells TheWrap
The actor and director Angus MacLachlan talk with TheWrap about Tribeca entry "Goodbye to All That"
LOOK FX not only helped create the look of Wes Anderson's whimsical comedy, the company also played a crucial role in finding subsidies
"Noah," "The Lego Movie" and "300: Rise of an Empire" all posted notable achievements this weekend
Shailene Woodley and Theo James' sci-fi tale dominates as "Muppets Most Wanted" takes soft second place and faith-based "God's Not Dead" surprises
"Muppets Most Wanted" soft, religious film "God's Not Dead" surprises and "Grand Budapest Hotel" expands strongly
Animated comedy tops action rivals with $21 million second week; "Single Moms Club" bombs, "Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Veronica Mars" crack top 10
In case you missed it this week, "Fantastic Four" baddie Dr. Doom will probably be British, "Batman vs. Superman" is taking on "Captain America 3,"...
Aaron Paul's hot cars top Friday but may not crack $20 million. 'Single Moms Club' goes thud, 'Grand Budapest Hotel' stays hot
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
The quirky ensemble comedy scores one of the best specialty debuts ever
Carnage, Eva Green power sword and sandals sequel past "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," which is No. 2 with $32 million
Timing and marketing pushed the film to new heights
Sword-and-sandals sequel may hit $45 million for weekend, "Mr. Peabody" eyes second place with $30 million
"Rise of an Empire" eyes $40 million debut while DreamWorks' animated family film targets $25 million opening
Rose Byrne will co-star in the 20th Century Fox movie, which Chernin Entertainment is producing with Paul Feig's company
Ralph Fiennes stars as an effete concierge and reviewers are by and large charmed
"Don't fall for the sales aspect of success," the "Grand Budapest Hotel" star tells TheWrap. "Offer something and make yourself substantial so that you can...