The show is in the vein of Homeland.
Daniel Day-Lewis made history, and The Hunger Games is now toplined by an Oscar-winner.
Is it Steven Spielberg, or could someone else triumph?
From the humbled to the jokesters.
You'll walk out of Ang Lee's latest fervently believing in the magic of movies.
"My problem is that I took the whole thing too seriously."
Sony is now seeking other candidates.
NYFF goes 3-D.
Ang Lee brings us the tale of the shipwrecked teen.
Because it's said to be Avatar-esque.
Adapted from the novel by Yann Martel.
"There are some locations [in Tree of Life] I even scouted before."
Plus: Ang Lee finds an unknown to headline 'Life of Pi.'
“Everybody who goes to an Ang Lee movie wants to be sublimely depressed by the end of the film. And if you have ‘Woodstock’ in the title, you think you’re going to be seeing Joe Cocker screaming onstage.”
Plus: Everybody's sick of Sandra Bullock in real life too.
"When I went to his office, the first thing he said to me was, 'Wow, you have really nice legs.' I thought, 'This part is mine.'"
New films from Ang Lee, Jane Campion, Michael Haneke, and others will be debuting here. Also, Quentin Tarantino!
Not the Fred Durst one, mind you.
Plus: James Iha and one of the dudes from Hanson join a reverse supergroup.
Is 'Beverly Hills Ninja 2' next year's 'Snakes on a Plane'? Yes.