Catherine Keener

It highlighted for me how we can all make buffoons of ourselves in the face of diversity.
"This story wasn't going away," said David Simon explaining his persistence in making the six-part mini series, Show Me a Hero, he co wrote with William F. Zorzi based on Lisa Belkin's 1999 book.
Before David O. Russell made "The Fighter," "Silver Linings Playbook" or "American Hustle," he directed a troubled little
The annual celebration of indie films kicking off the vibrant awards season every year gets more glamorous, honoring the outstanding and risk-taking films that are going to make it to Oscars.
Wisdom has it, summer is for action thrillers, rom-coms, and other popcorn movies, but this season is particularly rich. Last
"Maladies" is currently in limited release and available via on-demand services. Before the release of "Thelma & Louise," Keener
Philip Seymour Hoffman, dead of an apparent drug overdose, was one of my favorite actors. And in A Late Quartet -- and how ironic does that title seem now? -- he gave a great performance. It was a crowd-pleaser at film festivals.
You’ve directed some of the biggest TV shows of the past decade. What one show would you love to direct right now? Oh gee
The right person for you may be the person you have heard your friend complain about forever. Try to meet everyone with an open mind and be prepared for a new exciting chapter in your life.
"I think probably not in this lifetime," Wick said when asked whether "Nailed" would see the light of day. "That was our
I plead guilty to an abashed fondness for the Jackass movies, which revealed new depth to the kind of childishness hinted at by the Jackass TV show.
4 popped kernels (Scale: 0-4) Based on actual events, four Somali pirates take over an unarmed freighter and hold the captain
A version of this post also appears on Gossip Central. On our way to Friday’s opening night after party at the Harvard Club
"Our middle age-ness is kind of sexy," says Eva, trying to explain to her teenaged daughter the appeal of starting a new
Enough Said cleverly depicts the slippery slope of how a divorced masseuse named Eva (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus) allows her new romance with Albert, a television archivist (James Gandolfini), to be tarnished by his ex-wife's post-divorce perspectives.
Nicole Holofcener brings a wonderfully humane approach to the subject with Enough Said, a bittersweet romantic comedy made all the sadder by the fact that it represents one of James Gandolfini's final performances onscreen.
With Enough Said, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, one of TV's funniest women ever, has finally been given a perfect film vehicle.