May 5, 2012 10:08 AM
Weekend Preview: 'Marvel's The Avengers,' 'First Position' and 'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' Are Best Bets for New Arrivals
EXCLUSIVE CLIPS: 'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' Sets Brit Seniors in India
Immersed in Movies: It's All About the Hulk in 'The Avengers'
'Hero Whisperer' Joss Whedon and The Tension Within Him and His 'Avengers'
'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel': From Pleasant Surprise to Box Office Phenomenon UPDATED
'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' Producers Release Swedish 'Wallander' In Theaters
Cannes 2012: Fortissimo Films Acquires Foreign Rights to Bollywood-Set 'Miss Lovely' (Video)
Cannes Market 2012: Pattinson's 'Mission'; Brosnan & Wilson's 'Coup'; Colfer's 'Lightning'; Cooper's 'Out of the Furnace'; SXSW's 'Frankie Go Boom'
San Francisco International Film Festival 55: 'Abramovic,' 'Neighboring Sounds,' and Kenneth Branagh
Tribeca 2012 Wrap, Must-Sees and Avoids: 'War Witch,' 'Una Noche,' 'Francophrenia' Come Out on Top; 'Lola' on Bottom
Seattle Int'l Film Festival: Complete 2012 Lineup Includes Anderson, Shelton, Winterbottom, Meireilles, Polley
Tribeca Fest: Controversial Art Doc 'Portrait of Wally,' Audience Award Winners
Cannes 65: Seven New Titles Added to Lineup; Master Classes to include Kaufman, Desplat, Lloyd
EXCLUSIVE: 'Winter's Bone' Director Debra Granik's Next Projects: HBO Series, Doc, Another 'Bone' Movie with Russell Banks
TRAILER WATCH / IN THE WORKS
Fifty Shades of Grey: What Kind of Movie Could It Be, with What Cast?
Magnolia Pictures Buys US Rights to "Steve Jobs: The Last Interview"
Trailer Watch: Sony Targets Adults with 'Hope Springs' and Streep, Carell, and Jones
Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises' Trailer
HBO Renews for Second Seasons Two Half-Hour Comedies Targeted at Women: Lena Dunham's 'Girls' and Armando Iannucci's 'Veep'
WEB AND NEW MEDIA
Jon Avnet, Rodrigo Garcia Launch Web Series and Shorts to Explore 'Female Characters'
Watch the Trailers for the U.S. Finalists for 2012 Student Academy Awards
Oscilloscope Founder and Beastie Boy Adam Yauch Dies of Cancer: David Fenkel to Stay On
Now and Then: On Film, America's Culture of Violence