Backwards runs drama until reels the mind.
The real-life husband and wife wrestle with adultery … and Pinteresque pauses … on Broadway.
They will star in a Mike Nichols production of Harold Pinter's Betrayal.
It's cute because they're married.
James Franco is generally unconvincing as the title character in this 3-D prequel.
The earnest, rational, slightly unknowable Weisz gets to be a bad girl again in Oz the Great and Powerful.
Plus: some Valentine's Day science (The largest and smallest penis bones belong to the unlikeliest mammals) and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Who could have guessed that Rachel Weisz and Jennifer Lopez would fall into the same category?
Matthew McConaughey for Best Supporting Actor: all right, all right, all right.
One of them is a terrorist.
And you were there, James Franco. And you were there, Mila Kunis. And you were there, Michelle Williams.
Same for Jessica Chastain, probably.
Robert Pattinson, Emma Stone, a bondage-scened Charlize Theron, and more in the greatest star portraits of the month.
The Bourne films have wormed their way into the collective psyche the way the Bond movies did in the sixties.
The film arrives just a few years too late to cash in on the “We’re all connected!” genre craze.
Directed by Fernando Meirelles.
Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton co-star.
Plus: Jon Stewart had an awkward interview with Rachel Weisz, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Bradley Cooper, Sofia Vergara, Liza Minnelli, and more in this month's slideshow.
It's not the LL Cool J movie.
She's stumbled onto a big story, but will anyone listen to her?
There is a twist, and the trailer wants you to know it.
From Angelina Jolie in radiant, life-giving green to Kate Hudson taking the concept of belly dancing to distracting new levels.
Potential details leak about the Ben Affleck–starring drama.
Natalie Portman, Blake Lively, and the other usual suspects are meeting for the film's two female roles.