11:23 PM EDT 09/19/2016
Originally posted 01/26/2016 08:50PM
When the Boston Globe broke the story of the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandal in 2002, it rocked the world. Now 14 years later, the film adaptation of the Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation is the subject of the Oscar-nominated star-studded drama, Spotlight.
Originally posted 01/18/2016 11:40AM
Even though she's an actress, Rachel McAdams obviously has journalistic instincts.
No Joy for Jennifer Lawrence, Martian Spaces Out: Film's Biggest Snubs & Surprises at SAG Award Nominations
Originally posted 12/09/2015 11:45AM
It wouldn't be awards season without some snubs and shockers. The Screen Actors Guild award nominations, which were announced this morning, mark a key turning point for films vying for eventual Oscar gold, and are often indicative of what's to come.
Smoldering in Their 70s! Helen Mirren Kisses Robert De Niro During Bawdy Acceptance Speech at the Gotham Awards
Originally posted 12/01/2015 11:00AM
Never say senior citizens can't keep things sizzling.
Originally posted 10/29/2015 02:45PM
Making Spotlight, the Tom McCarthy-directed movie about The Boston Globe's investigation into the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandal, was a deeply personal experience for star Mark Ruffalo.
Originally posted 09/14/2015 08:00PM
It's not yet clear if she'll be playing the title character's love interest, Clea
Originally posted 08/12/2015 02:45PM
With the same tenacious spirit that inspired Noah Calhoun to write Allie Hamilton a letter every day for a year (365 letters! "It wasn't over! It still isn't over!"), we're holding on to hope Ryan Gosling will have some form of involvement in the recently announced TV adaptation of The Notebook.
In addition to some serious Gosling screen time, there are many, many moments from Nicholas Sparks' heartbreaker we're hoping to see in the series, which The CW is developing based on the 1996 novel and 2004 sleeper hit film. (Sparks will serve as an executive producer on the project.) Spoiler alert: We are formally requesting lots and lots of tears.
Originally posted 08/11/2015 04:00PM
The CW is developing a series based on Nicholas Sparks's novel–turned–film
Originally posted 08/09/2015 11:20PM
True Detective Season 2 wrapped up with a 90-minute episode Sunday night, and the heart of the mystery turned out to be what theorists had been speculating online recently. Not that it was ever obvious – you'd have had to be watching very closely from the start to come up with the right conclusion.
Spoiler alert about the killer/killers.
Then again, the series didn't necessarily encourage you to pay close attention. There seemed to be hundreds of repetitive scenes in which Vince Vaughn, as a fundamentally noble mobster-businessman, tried to iron things out with his fundamentally noble wife (Kelly Reilly). If she'd been a proper femme fatale or old-school moll, that would have been different. Instead, they were Phil and Claire Dunphy making do in a rotten stinking world.
Originally posted 08/07/2015 12:30PM
Note to haters of season 2 of HBO's True Detective: You have a point.
The series heads into its 90-minute finale Sunday with none of the intense anticipation that preceded the conclusion of season 1 in March 2014. Dissatisfaction with this sprawling but tepid L.A. noir – set not in Los Angeles proper but a scummy neighboring municipality called Vinci – has been voiced so clearly, HBO's programming president recently assured the conference of the Television Critics Association that TD2's conclusion will be very satisfying.
However, a bright silk bow isn't much good when it's tied around an old cardboard shoebox.
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