In a holiday season stacked with blockbuster sequels and high-profile awards contenders, Joel and Ethan Coen’s beautifully evocative folk music tale “Inside Llewyn Davis” is a must-see. Set in 1960s… More
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Alice Eve (“Star Trek”) discusses her new movie “Some Velvet Morning,” which is now open in select theaters or at home with XFINITY On Demand.
The former “Saturday Night Live” castmember talks about his first foray into dramatic (with a twist of comedy) filmmaking in the new movie “Nebraska.”
Michael Douglas and director Jon Turteltaub talk about their new comedy “Last Vegas,” and reveal which iconic star is a major flirt in real life.
When director J.C. Chandor premiered his new movie “All Is Lost” at the Cannes Film Festival, he had no idea how people would react to it. The minimalist drama stars… More
Chloe Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore and director Kimberly Peirce discuss the return of the world’s most famous (and bloodiest) prom queen in the new movie “Carrie.”
Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody makes her directorial debut with “Paradise.” And she may never direct again. Find out why after the jump.
Filmmaker Jim Mickle is no stranger to the staples of the horror genre. The 36-year-old director earned considerable scream cred for his 2006 zombie flick “Mulberry Street” and 2010 vampire… More
Robert Rodriguez, Danny Trejo and Alexa Vega talk about their new movie “Machete Kills,” which is now open in theaters everywhere.
The Philadelphia Film Festival will kick off its 22nd year on Saturday, October 17 with the highly anticipated Robert Redford drama “All Is Lost.” The Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater will… More