Paramount released a new trailer for its eagerly-awaited Anchorman sequel on Saturday bringing Will [...]
How an onstage Q&A with the great drummer turned into a professional horror show The video above doesn't really capture the full horror of my thankfully brief time with Ginger Baker. It was an onstage Q&A at the Curzon Soho cinema in London, after a screening of the excellent documentary , and the best that can be said is that – having already seen the film – I knew what to expect....
The director Nicolas Winding Refn talks about his second film with Ryan Gosling, his rivalry with Lars von Trier and why he’s making “Barbarella” as a television series.
Film directors, producers and editors in Austin, Tex., talk about the creative ferment and hardscrabble collaborative spirit their community fosters.
The Guardian's Michael Hann talks to the legendarily irascible and equally brilliant drummer about his music, his life, and the documentary about him, Beware of Mr Baker, on stage at the Curzon Soho cinema in London
In “Star Trek Into Darkness,” the U.S.S. Enterprise crew hunts for a terrorist in the latest film in the franchise.
The best of the fest so far sees the Coen brothers meditate on mediocrity and modernity in the 1960s New York folk scene – but not be so sombre as to forget the laughsCannes audiences just heard a clean, hard crack: the sound of the Coen brothers hitting one out of the park. Their new film is brilliantly written, terrifically acted, superbly designed and shot; it's a sweet, sad, funny picture...