Gene Wilder, the frizzy-haired actor who brought his deft comedic touch to such unforgettable roles as the neurotic accountant in "The Producers" and the mad scientist of "Young Frankenstein," has died. He was 83.
The 30th edition of AFI Fest will open with the world premiere of "Rules Don't Apply" on Nov. 10 at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Written, directed and produced by and starring Warren Beatty - recipient of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award and an Academy Award winner - the film then opens on Nov. 23.
Revered as a comedic and storytelling genius by Hollywood's top entertainers, Gene Wilder was a humble man who downplayed his comic gifts, was a serious director and remained deferential to his longtime collaborator, Mel Brooks.
It wouldn't be fair to compare father and son, but Ridley Scott's progeny, Luke Scott, takes on some similar themes to his father's work in his feature directorial debut, "Morgan." In a story that contemplates the emotional boundaries and consequences of artificial intelligence, Seth W. Owen's script landed on the 2014 Black List of Best Unproduced Screenplays, and in Scott, "Morgan" finds an appropriate marriage between material, filmmaker, and yes, family legacy.
One of the first things you see in "Ixcanul," a vividly observed debut feature from the Guatemalan-born writer-director Jayro Bustamante, is the face of a teenage peasant girl as she's being dressed for a meeting with her future husband.
As a generally mild-mannered father undertaking a brutal course of revenge in "In Order of Disappearance," Stellan Skarsgard might occasionally strike you as Scandinavia's answer to Liam Neeson in the "Taken" movies. Then again, he might not.
Hollywood star Robert Redford made a plea Monday for donations even lower than the average movie ticket price to defeat Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson, while a super PAC supporting the incumbent said it planned to launch a new half-million dollar attack ad portraying Democrat Russ Feingold as weak on national security.
The modestly budgeted horror movie "Don't Breathe" scared off competitors at the box office this weekend, taking first place with $26.4 million in its first days in theaters. Directed by Fede Alvarez, "Don't Breathe" cost only around $10 million to produce.
On the day Anthony Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, announced she was leaving him amid a revival of his sexting scandal, Showtime said it will debut the documentary "Weiner," a painful, unrestricted look at their lives.
The sign at the Palace West Theatre caught fire Saturday night and almost looked like a special effect. Theater owner Bill Warren says if it had been a planned effect, it would have been much more spectacular. Video courtesy of Clinton Franey
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