CANNES, France (AP) — Tilda Swinton feels most at home at the Berlin Film Festival, but she's steadily become a regular at the Cannes Film Festival.
Zombie killer Bill Murray ‘doing a public service’
It was only weeks before production was starting on "The Souvenir," the story goes, and British director Joanna Hogg and her friend, actress Tilda Swinton, still didn't have a lead...
CANNES, France (AP) — The Cannes Film Festival opened Tuesday with the premiere of Jim Jarmusch's zombie movie "The Dead Don't Die," passionate words from jury president Alejandro Iñárritu on U.S....
Summer Movie Preview: Horror takes a holiday
NEW YORK (AP) — Jim Jarmusch didn't have to look far for zombies.
"I see a lot of soulless ghouls on the streets at night walking along staring into their phone and they don't even know...
NEW YORK (AP) — On its 50th birthday, Film at Lincoln Center has a new name but an unchanging mission.
The uptown institution formerly known as the Film Society of Lincoln Center celebrated...
Swinton comes clean about ‘Suspiria’ role
‘Suspiria’ stars recover from ‘bonkers’ Venice premiere
A new digital restoration of the 1977 Italian horror film “Suspiria” is being shown at the Avon Theatre.
The Dario Argento movie, which is currently being remade by “Call Me By Your Name” director Luca Guadagnino, is part of the Stamford theater’s regular “Cult Classics” series.
The eerie tale of witchcraft in a German ballet academy stars Jessica Harper, Alida Valli and Joan Bennett (fresh from her stint on the daytime TV horror soap opera “Dark Shadows”).
Jonny Greenwood to release his You Were Never Really Here soundtrack
Radiohead member Jonny Greenwood is releasing his score for new film 'You Were Never Really Here'.
The 46-year-old guitarist has created the soundtrack to the upcoming thriller, which stars Joaquin Phoenix as a war veteran and former FBI agent turned hitman who is suffering from PTSD.
Director Lynne Ramsay has helmed the movie - which is based on Jonathan Ames' novella of the same name.
Celebrities criticize Trump cuts to Palestinian refugees
JERUSALEM (AP) — Actors Hugh Grant and Viggo Mortensen are among more than 25 celebrities and public figures expressing "horror" over President Donald Trump's decision to cut funding to the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, an advocacy group said Thursday.
Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ to open Berlin film festival
BERLIN (AP) — This winter's Berlin International Film Festival will open with a world premiere of Wes Anderson's new animated film, "Isle of Dogs."
Festival organizers said Monday that Anderson's movie will open the event's 68th edition on Feb. 15. It features the voices of Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson and Tilda Swinton among others.
Perry, Swinton, Pharrell front row at Chanel
Just in time for summer comes a film that seriously threatens the core component of barbeques, baseball games and block parties. To be blunt, "Okja" may force you to put down that hot dog.
Tilda Swinton has been too busy laughing at George Clooney to offer him advice on parenting twins.
The 56-year-old actress used to be the butt of jokes from her close friend as he would mock how tired she looked from having to get up frequently in the night when her kids Xavier and Honor, now nine, were babies.
Swinton: Clooney’s ‘gonna need some sleeping pills’
Pitt joins Swinton and Collins at ‘Okja’ premiere
Kidman and Campbell rule the Cannes red carpet
CANNES, France (AP) — The Cannes Film Festival threw a star-studded celebration Tuesday for its 70th anniversary, drawing mobs of celebrities and a dozen former Palme d'Or winners to commemorate the illustrious French Riviera festival's birthday.
Gyllenhaal on South Korean director Bong Joon-Ho: ‘I just wanted to work with him’
CANNES, France (AP) — Netflix's entry into the Cannes Film Festival produced new drama Friday as the first screening of its film "Okja" was met with boos for Netflix and a technical glitch that prompted the festival to restart the film and apologize to the audience.
At the end of all the commotion, largely glowing reviews surfaced for director Boon Joon-ho's political fantasy about a girl and her genetically modified giant pig.
Lily Collins is grateful to Warren Beatty for setting her off on a path of "weird" work choices.
The 28-year-old star's most recent outing was in the Warren directed 'Rules Don't Apply' in which she appears as aspiring actress Marla Mabrey alongside the 80-year-old screen legend who plays the reclusive and eccentric businessman Howard Hughes in the romantic comedy drama.
Marvel enters a strange new world in the mind-blowing “Doctor Strange.” The fantasy is unlike anything Marvel Studios has done before. The 14th movie in its ever-expanding cinematic universe embraces the element of mysticism, showcasing the studio’s most ambitious special effects to date. The comic book film is Marvel’s best origin story since 2008’s “Iron Man.” Benedict Cumberbatch casts a spell as brilliant but arrogant neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Strange, the eventual Sorcerer Supreme. When...
How good intentions sparked a ‘Doctor Strange’ controversy
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Director Scott Derrickson knew he had a problem on his hands before the internet did. Two, actually. "Doctor Strange," now in theaters, contained in its rich tapestry of mind-bending visuals, ideas and dimensions, two very stereotypical East Asian characters — a wise Tibetan mystic, The Ancient One, and a servant, Wong.
HACKSAW RIDGE: Mel Gibson's first outing as a director since 2006's "Apocalypto" tells the true story of an American soldier (Andrew Garfield) who saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun during one of World War II's bloodiest battles - emphasis on the bloody. (R)
“Star Wars” and the magical world of Harry Potter return to the big screen this fall. With awards season underway, dramatic heavyweights will fill the theaters. To get you ready for the rest of 2016’s big movies, the Take 2 duo runs down the fall movie season.
“Star Wars” and the magical world of Harry Potter return to the big screen this fall. With awards season underway, dramatic heavyweights will fill the theaters. To get you ready for the rest of 2016’s big movies, the Take 2 duo runs down the fall movie season. Epics and blockbusters Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke come out with guns blazing in “The Magnificent Seven” (Friday), a remake of the 1960 Western. Four years after “Jack Reacher,” Tom Cruise returns as a former Army...