LA Times Movie News
- 75 years later, 'Gone With the Wind' never left
- Audiences still frankly give a damn about the lavish Civil War epic "Gone With the Wind" 75 years after its release.
- 'Dance Lessons' helps Gena Rowlands kick up her heels
- During their three-decade marriage, Gena Rowlands and John Cassavetes had an unparalleled screen collaboration, working together 10 times before his death in 1989. Though they often acted in other directors' films, it was the indie projects written and directed by Cassavetes that won the...
- Sony wrestles with how to market 'Interview' amid geopolitics, scandal
- Stern security guards kept a close eye on guests. Stars were kept away from the press. And the usual red carpet fanfare was largely eliminated.
- 'Monk With a Camera' filmmakers found Nicholas Vreeland 'fascinating'
- Married filmmakers Guido Santi and Tina Mascara, whose documentary "Monk With a Camera: The Life and Journey of Nicholas Vreeland" opened Friday, needed a little spiritual intervention to convince their subject to have a movie made about his life.
- Stephen Sondheim, Rob Marshall and Meryl Streep on 'Into the Woods'
- Twenty-seven years after it first premiered on Broadway, composer Stephen Sondheim and librettist James Lapine's subversive, fairy-tale-based musical "Into the Woods" comes to the screen Dec. 25 under the direction of "Chicago's" Rob Marshall and with a cast including Meryl Streep as the Witch,...
- 'Divergent Series: Insurgent' trailer features Kate Winslet's villain
- Angelina Jolie found Louis Zamperini of 'Unbroken' inspiring
- From within the sea of cast and crew she emerged, looking far less like one of the world's most recognizable movie stars than a random, plainly dressed member of the "Unbroken" production team. Wearing a simple black blouse and slacks and walking with no train of assistants or handlers, the...
- 'Foxcatcher' star Channing Tatum still wrestling with his ambitions
- Making "Foxcatcher" wasn't fun for Channing Tatum. And he's the kind of guy who likes to have fun.
- More sophisticated Golden Globes a growing force in awards season
- Indie darlings "Birdman" and "Boyhood" are in there. Angelina Jolie's big-budget epic "Unbroken" failed to make the cut. If anything, the Golden Globe nominations announced Thursday show the increasingly sophisticated tastes of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., a group long known for valuing...
- 'She's Beautiful' gets the word out
- Those who bristle at the term "feminist," which inexplicably has fallen out of fashion among many young adults, might find a vibrant new documentary enlightening and inspiring.