And this delightful moment happens in the new Coen brothers movie.
The Office ended and Arrested Development is coming back. We have ways to celebrate both.
Everyone is fine.
A new horror classic, an affecting sports documentary, and a starship load of Trek movies.
At Cannes, the Oscar-savvy Weinstein showcased three compelling trailers starring Forest Whitaker, Idris Elba, and Michael B. Jordan.
The annual Women in Film party's red carpet was practically typhoon territory.
The actress turned director discusses her new family-secret documentary Stories We Tell.
Ex-black-ops guy must flex muscle to protect/save/find his family.
SPOILER ALERT. Unless you've already read some of these reviews.
Noah Baumbach has a hard time letting go of the notion that drama means building to humiliation.
Sofia Coppola reveals the title-page tweet that originally preceded the script.
This is what smurfs listen to.
"Right up to the last minute, we were experimenting with doing more with the child."
"It's so violating."
Gold was formerly a Michael Mann joint.
Days after Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal entered the mix.
The Hangover: Old People Edition might've actually turned out good.
Shailene Woodley's brother from Divergent will play her boyfriend in The Fault in Our Stars. This is weird.
They were so young and beardless.
The Star Trek actor on playing the villain, Sherlock, and learning from Meryl Streep
She's tramp-stamped and pole dancing in Sofia Coppola's buzzy film.
Adapting a Truman Capote novel.
Walk the Line forever.
Richard Jenkins and John Turturro, too.