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He and "Fargo" co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead were caught smooching at a London cafe.
Alas, the hope that something could upturn this sad state of affairs is left to the possibility of true love and thus in
"I always wanted to be Scarlett O'Hara," she says. "From the time I was 4 and first saw the movie, I pretended to be her
"BrainDead" takes some pages from "The Good Wife" and others from sci-fi.
"I'm really not a wordsmith," Trachtenberg responded. "I just never really had the right words. Frankly, I just really enjoy
"Hale is trying to hold onto what he knows," says Butz, and that includes resisting the new-fangled notions Foster is borrowing
December has dawned and with it have come the lists. Site & Sound kicked it off with their Best Films (International Division), and then the Independent Spirit nominees followed, and then the National Board of Review, and then, and then, and then.
The directing debut of actor Chris Messina, Alex of Venice is as notable for what it doesn't do as for what it does. This is the story of a married parent suddenly forced to realign priorities when their spouse walks out. Think Kramer vs. Kramer - and then make the central character a woman instead of a man.
His acting career is percolating nicely -- featured role on a hit sitcom, parts in Oscar-winning films such as Argo and respected series such as The Newsroom -- but Chris Messina couldn't pass up the opportunity to direct a film of his own.
In his new film, Kill the Messenger, director Michael Cuesta tells the story of Pulitzer Prize-winning cum vilified journalist Gary Webb, via a sensitive performance by Jeremy Renner. Here, Cuesta talked to me about the story behind the story and working with his talented cast.