May 04, 2007 5:41am EST
Eighteen talented directors and writers, twice as many accomplished actors, and a mutual love of Paris blend together in Paris Je T'aime for a fascinating, multi-faceted glimpse into the lives and loves of the diverse people living in the City of Lights.
October 25, 2006 7:03am EST
George Clooney enjoys such a good working relationship with film-makers Joel and Ethan Coen, he's signed up to star in a third movie written, produced and directed by the brothers.
June 28, 2006 6:19am EST
Orlando Bloom will join his real-life girlfriend Kate Bosworth for the independent drama Seasons of Dust.
November 25, 2005 7:06am EST
Hollywood superstar George Clooney is reuniting with moviemakers the Coen Brothers to make a new comedy.
November 26, 2003 7:49am EST
Bad Santa is fine holiday fare--if by holiday you mean a day for a mean-spirited Santa to take stuff from other people, cuss up a storm and drink 'til he pukes. But if you can't laugh at a guy like that on Christmas, when can you laugh at him?
October 26, 2003 11:54am EST
Scary Movie 3 opened in the top spot followed by Texas Chainsaw Massacre Radio Runaway Jury Mystic River School of Rock Kill Bill Vol. 1 Good Boy Intolerable Cruelty Under the Tuscan Sun Beyond Borders Elephant In the Cut Brother Bear
October 19, 2003 1:46pm EST
Box Office Analysis: Oct. 19. There was lots of slicing and dicing at the box office this weekend as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre's Leatherface took on Kill Bill's Bride, proving that samurai sword is no match for a grungy power tool. Top Ten: Texas Chainsaw Massacre Kill Bill Vol. 1 Runaway Jury School of Rock Mystic River Good Boy! Intolerable Cruelty Out of Time Under the Tuscan Sun The Rundown
October 09, 2003 11:15am EST
A clever romp with something to say about love and marriage, Intolerable Cruelty may not be the Coen brothers' best work, but it's still several steps above the other romantic comedies Hollywood's churned out in recent memory
July 14, 2003 11:03am EST
With a tag line that reads "Steal All You Can Steal," it was bound to set off sparks. Miramax's Buffalo Soldiers, a satire of corruption on American military bases, is set to bow in theaters July 25, but its humor is being lost on military representatives and right-wing consumers who have sent complaints about the movie's negative depiction of U.S. Army conduct to Miramax and corporate parent Disney. Also: Steve Harvey Jennifer Beals The L Word Compay Segundo Benny Carter Arnold Schwarzenegger B
March 25, 2002 11:08am EST
The rumor mill started circulating soon after Sandra Bullock showed up at the 74th Annual Academy Awards with British beau Hugh Grant on her arm
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