Best of the TOH!: Cannes Line-Up Analysis and Career Watch, Reviews, Box Office, In the Works

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by TOH!
April 21, 2012 6:19 AM
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Paul Thomas Anderson's 'The Master
Our weekend preview: there's a rash of horrendously reviewed films this weekend, along with a few standouts to compete with the likes of holdovers "Titanic 3-D," "The Hunger Games" and "Cabin in the Woods." "Marley" tops as pick of the week.  Lawrence Kasdan's "Darling Companion" comes out this weekend as well; our interview with the writer-director and film's star Kevin Kline is here.

This week, we explained why Rich Ross had to leave Disney; we analyzed the line up at Cannes; two Weinstein Aussie auteurs join the competition, and no women.  We consider fourteen careers heading to Cannes including Brad Pitt, Nicole Kidman, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Matthew McConaughey.  Paul Thomas Anderson's Producer Tips "The Master" for Cannes? - It Was Pitt-Starrer "Killing Them Softly."  In more festival news, SFIFF bestows Graham Leggat award to "Beasts of the Southern Wild" director Zeitlin.  And at Ashland Independent Film Festival: From Taymor and Kashmir to the Kennedys.

We also take on the issue of how movie news, analysis, and critical sites should balance posting movie trailers and posters, without hawking - sharing worthwhile info is fine by us, it's new, it informs.

More Best of TOH! Below:

REVIEWS/INTERVIEWS

Early Reviews: Woody Allen's 'To Rome With Love' Falls Short of 'Midnight in Paris,' Does Not Please Romans

SFIFF David D'Arcy Review: Doc 'The Waiting Room'

SFIFF David D'Arcy Review: Doc 'Tokyo Waka: A City Poem'

New Trailer and Early Reviews: Lynn Shelton's 'Your Sister's Sister' Triangle Stars Emily Blunt, Mark Duplass, Rosemarie DeWitt

Review Round-Up: 'Marvel's The Avengers': The Best Super Hero Movie Of All Time?

Benoit Jacquot's "Farewell My Queen", opener of SFIFF and Berlin, is a sapphic turn on Marie Antoinette.

Career Watch: Michelle Yeoh Builds on Asia Powerbase, But "The Lady" Opens Soft

Now and Then: Werner Herzog's Matters of Life and Death

BOX OFFICE

Indie Box Office, from New 'Monsieur Lazhar' to Holdover 'Bully': What It Really Means

Box Office: 'Hunger Games' Takes Fourth

EVENTS

COLCOA 2012 Opening Night, From New "My Way' to 'A Trip to the Moon' and 'Breathless'

TELEVISION

Sex & the Gritty: Lena Dunham's 'Girls' Pilot is Coarse, Sensitive, and Promising

'Mad Men' Episode 5 Review and Recap: In 'Signal 30,' Pete and Lane Throw Feeble Punches at Despair

IN THE WORKS

'Prometheus' Celebrates Fassbender's Fascinating Robot; Fox Confirms Film Not Yet Rated

Why Lionsgate Picked 'Water for Elephants' Director Francis Lawrence for 'Hunger Games'

MEDIA

Entertainers in Time's 100 Most Influential People in the World Include Depp on Weinstein, Griffin on Handler, Tyson on Davis

New Media: Film Society of Lincoln Center, StoryCode and Kill Screen Mag Present Story Hackathon

EXCLUSIVE: Online Indie Label SundanceNOW Launches Curated Doc Club

In ProMotion Pictures Competition, Students Tell Subway Stories

OBITS

Jonathan Frid, Barnabas Collins in TV series 'Dark Shadows', Has Died

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