03:13 PM EDT 03/11/2014
Originally posted 03/07/2014 05:00PM
Now that we've seen Oscar nominees posing with their younger selves, let's fire up the Wayback Machine for another round of time-traveling.
This round features the stars of the new Wes Anderson film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, including Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray.
Originally posted 03/07/2014 03:35PM
Rise of an Empire is a fine sequel to 300, but PEOPLE's critic says you should check into The Grand Budapest Hotel instead. Here's what to see and what to skip in theaters this weekend.
Originally posted 03/07/2014 10:45AM
It's got unnecessary mustaches, funny hats and Willem Dafoe punching someone in the face.
No, it's not a new bar in Brooklyn – it's this exclusive clip from Wes Anderson's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Originally posted 01/10/2014 02:50PM
Sure, August: Osage County has an A-list cast. But is the film itself as Oscar-worthy as its bevy of stars? Or a camp classic-to-be filled with quotable insults and dinner-table tirades?
Plus: PEOPLE's film critic gives you the rundown on The Invisible Woman and Jessica Biel's latest attempt at a stirring drama.
Here's what to see and what to skip at the movies:
Originally posted 11/15/2013 02:30PM
All the fellas are back in The Best Man Holiday, which, PEOPLE's critics say, should please the crowds. But the real winner is Bruce Dern in a hidden gem called Nebraska.
Here's what to see and what to skip at the movies this weekend.
Originally posted 10/20/2013 09:20AM
Awards-show presenters: Learn the pronunciation now, because you'll likely be calling out Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong'o's name for the next several months.
The newcomer, 30, is garnering rave reviews and Oscar buzz for her gut-wrenching big-screen debut in the Brad Pitt-produced drama 12 Years a Slave, and she'll receive the new Hollywood award at the Hollywood Film Awards on Monday.
In the film, which arrives in theaters on Friday, she plays an abused plantation slave named Patsey opposite Michael Fassbender and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Here are five things to know about the It girl who is about to become a household name for her star-making performance.
Originally posted 10/08/2012 01:30PM
As the new Bond girl, Bérénice Marlohe couldn't feel luckier – except for one thing.
"Well, I missed Daniel Craig naked, unfortunately," she tells November's issue of Maxim about conflicting shooting schedules on the latest 007 caper, Skyfall, opening Nov. 9.
While she didn't get to see the handsome hunk who plays James Bond in the buff, the sultry French actress, 33, does reveal about the movie: "It's a terrific script. And I think they've never had such a great cast, like Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Judi Dench ... and Bérénice Marlohe."
Originally posted 07/12/2011 02:00PM
Originally posted 03/03/2011 12:05PM
Who has the right mix of roguish bravado to portray Julian Assange on the big screen?
That's the question facing DreamWorks, which is planning a feature film about the controversial WikiLeaks founder, after securing the rights to two books written about him.
No casting decisions have been made yet, but four actors in particular seem like they could pull it off: Chris Cooper, Ralph Fiennes, Guy Pearce and Julian Sands. The first three are well-known stars; Sands is less famous but physically is a dead ringer for Assange.
So, tell us, if you were the casting director …
Originally posted 07/30/2008 08:15AM
When Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince hits theaters Nov. 21, audiences will see more of the evil wizard Voldemort than they ever did before – including what he looked like as an 11-year-old boy.
And if his childhood incarnation bears an uncanny resemblance to his adult self, it's not just lucky casting. Young Voldemort is played by Hero Fiennes-Tiffin, the 10-year-old nephew of Ralph Fiennes, who has played He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named throughout most of the movie series.
"Hero was very focused and disciplined," director David Yates says in USA Today. "It was an advantage that he looked very similar to Ralph. ... But primarily I went for Hero because of this wonderful haunted quality that seemed to bring Tom Riddle alive on-screen for us."
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