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4 min ago | New York Daily News

George Clooney to receive Cecil B. DeMille Award at Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Monday that the 53-year-old entertainer and activist will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the ceremony on Jan. 11, 2015. George Clooney, pictured winning his fourth Golden Globe in 2012, will be honored by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association with the Cecil B. DeMille Award.


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4 hrs ago | New York Daily News

Snowden documentary to premiere at NY Film Festival

Documentarian Laura Poitras said she edited the film about Edward Snowden in Berlin because she didn't feel she could protect her source material from being seized by the government inside the U.S. The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced Tuesday that Laura Poitras' "Citizenfour" will premiere Oct. 10 as part of the annual festival's main slate. Poitras is a journalist and documentarian whom Snowden first contacted about leaking thousands of documents that revealed the National Security Agency's collection of Americans' phone and email records.


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8 hrs ago | Breckenridge American

Adam Driver shifts into hyper drive

It comes as something of a shock to be talking with Adam Driver and hear so little cursing. Nothing is thrown.


Related Topix: Girls, Entertainment, Television, Adam Driver, Lena Dunham, Mishawaka, IN

9 hrs ago | The Village Voice

Sexploitation Auteur Joe Sarno's Post-Porn Life Chronicled in A Life in Dirty Movies

Joe Sarno may be, in the words of performance artist Annie Sprinkle, "the Ingmar Bergman of porn," but A Life in Dirty Movies doesn't dwell on his accomplishments as a pioneering sexploitation moviemaker. Instead, director Wiktor Ericsson makes Sarno's career of secondary importance to his relationship with wife Peggy Steffans.


Related Topix: Ingmar Bergman, Entertainment

12 hrs ago | Broward-Palm Beach

A Chopped-Up Eleanor Rigby Suffers a Fate Worse Than Loneliness

In two minutes, the Beatles captured the empty life of sad singleton Eleanor Rigby.


Related Topix: Psychology, Science, Entertainment

16 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

Superhero movies: How well do you know them?

It's no secret that superheroes have taken over the multiplex. Movies based on comics have regularly topped the lists of highest-grossing movies over the past several years, and critics are enjoying many of the films that feature protagonists with special abilities, too.


Related Topix: Education, Entertainment

20 hrs ago | Advocate

'Skeleton Twins' Scares Up Impressive Box Office Haul

The film, which stars SNL alumni Bill Hader as Milo, a gay man whose problems stem from everything except his sexuality, and Kristen Wiig as his twin sister, Maggie, brought in $410,756 playing in 15 theaters across five cities. Averaging $27,383 per screen and claiming the top spot in 12 of the theaters in which it played, the success of The Skeleton Twins' limited release is a good sign the film will have legs when it receives a wider release later this month.


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Mon Sep 15, 2014

24th James Bond movie starts shooting Dec. 6

Sam Mendes will begin filming the 24th James Bond film on Dec. 6, with the main cast members meeting for a table read that date at Pinewood Studios. Daniel Craig will return as the iconic British spy for his fourth Bond movie.


Related Topix: Skyfall, Daniel Craig, Entertainment


'Mockingjay -- Part I' gets official trailer

On Monday, fans eager for more Katniss Everdeen got a sneak peek of the heroine in action in the first official trailer for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part I." In the trailer, the "Hunger Games" heroine, played by Jennifer Lawrence, is seen fanning the flames of a rebellion while on a quest to save her Games partner, Peeta . And since this is Katniss, she does it all while toting a bow and arrow and teaming up with childhood friend Gale .


Related Topix: The Hunger Games, Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Entertainment

The Times-Picayune

'The Maze Runner': 5 cool things to know about the Baton Rouge-shot thriller

The Louisiana-shot adventure film "The Maze Runner" opens in wide release Friday , based on the best-selling first book in the YA series by James Dashner. Here are five cool things to know about director Wes Ball's film before heading to theaters: Described as a cross between "Lord of the Flies" and "Lost," "The Maze Runner" tells the story of a teenage boy who wakes up with his memory wiped to find himself in "The Glade," a primitive colony populated entirely by teen boys trying to figure out how to escape the giant, shape-shifting maze built around them.


Related Topix: Baton Rouge, LA, St. Francisville, LA, Entertainment

Exclusive: The Dead Snow 2 U.S. Trailer is Here to Crush You

Director Tommy Wirkola has achieved something that few are able to do: He made a horror sequel that surpasses the original in every way with Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead . You'll be able to weigh in on this yourself when WellGo brings the film to select theaters on October 10. Until then, check out the new U.S. trailer exclusively on ! Vegar Hoel, Stig Frode Henriksen, Martin Starr, Orjan Gamst, Ingrid Haas and Jocelyn DeBoer star.


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Cambridge Evening News

VIDEO: The Imitation Game wins top prize at Toronto Film Festival

The Imitation Game, based on the Second World War codebreaking work of Cambridge mathematician Alan Turing, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, has won the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival. Directed by Morten Tyldum, The Imitation Game claimed the coveted Grolsch People's Choice Award, in a piece that explores the mathematical brilliance of Turing, as well as the pressure he faced as a closeted gay man at a time when homosexuality was criminalised.


Related Topix: Entertainment, Benedict Cumberbatch

Sun Sep 14, 2014

Ask 411 Movies for 09.15.14: The Art of the Stink Palm

Ask 411 Movies for 09.15.14: The Art of the Stink Palm Posted by Chad Webb on 09.15.2014 Is Clerks Kevin Smith's best film? Why is Oz so underappreciated as a series? What are Jason Bateman's best roles? All that and more covered this week in Ask 411 Movies! An "Ask 411 Movies" column would be nothing without questions, so please toss them my way. Why should you ask me instead of using Google? Well, perhaps I'll tell you something you can't find there, or maybe you just like my conversation and soothing words.


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Cranky Guy: Why I Skipped the Toronto Film Festival This Year

TIME's movie critic explains the reasons he didn't make his annual pilgrimage to North America's most influential film bash The Toronto International Film Festival concludes this weekend, having shown more than 300 features, hosted many swank parties for Hollywood royalty and lured most of the U.S. movie-critic establishment. So why did I miss TIFF for the first time in more than two decades? I could chalk it up to classic Cranky Guy.


Related Topix: Entertainment, The King's Speech


John Travolta's House Is A Functional Airport With 2 Runways For His Private Planes

John Travolta is a certified private pilot who owns five aircraft , so it's only fitting that the 60-year-old actor's Florida home has two runways that lead directly to his front door. "We designed the house for the jets and to have at our access the world at a moment's notice, and we succeeded at that," a bearded Travolta said during an interview Thursday on Australia's "Today."


Related Topix: Life, Hobbies, Flying, Boeing Aircraft, Aircraft, Commercial Aircraft, Boeing 707, Entertainment

New York Daily News

'No Good Deed' murders 'Guardians' at box office

It took a murderous Idris Elba and a pair of dolphin buddies to defeat "Guardians of the Galaxy" at movie theaters. According to studio estimates Sunday, the Sony thriller "No Good Deed," which stars Elba as an escaped convict, topped the box office with $24.5 million during its opening weekend.


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Music underpins eclectic array of Toronto film festival features

From dramas about mentors and their apprentices, to imaginative musicals, biopics, and documentaries, music underpinned an eclectic swathe of movies appearing at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. These ranged from high profile galas like Francois Girard's 'Boychoir' and the Canadian premiere of Sundance favorite 'Whiplash' to Ethan Hawke's intimate and well received study of a former concert pianist.


Related Topix: Entertainment, Canada

Movies: Grimmer, stranger, true-life offerings for fall

What do striking miners in Margaret Thatcher-era Britain, persecuted journalists in Iran and Nicaragua, a brilliant code-breaker exposed as a homosexual, a brilliant physicist debilitated by Lou Gehrig's disease, a Newtown Square multimillionaire turned killer, a British romantic landscape artist in his sunset years, a reformed addict on a 1,100-mile trek, an Olympic-track-star prisoner of war, and a pair of 1950s kitschmongers with a penchant for saucer-eyed waifs have in common? They're all coming to theaters this fall: true-life tales of prejudice, cruelty, creativity, murder, marital disharmony, and survival against the odds.


Related Topix: Gay/Lesbian, Newtown Square, PA, The Equalizer, Entertainment, Television, The Social Network

USA Today

Binoche: Artist at work in 'Words and Pictures'

Juliette Binoche painted all the works on display in 'Words and Pictures' as this exclusive clip from the Blu-Ray and DVD release shows. Binoche: Artist at work in 'Words and Pictures' Juliette Binoche painted all the works on display in 'Words and Pictures' as this exclusive clip from the Blu-Ray and DVD release shows.


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Film Comment

Body Snatchers

Suffused with an overwhelming sense of dread and the director's signature psychosexual pyrotechnics, Ferrara's idiosyncratic reworking of Don Siegel's Cold War-era classic remains the most underappreciated of all the body-snatcher movies. The teenage heroine Marti moves to an Alabama military base when her father, an EPA agent , is dispatched to investigate the side effects of the army's mysterious experiments.


Related Topix: Celebrities, Gabrielle Anwar, Alabama, Terry Kinney, Entertainment