This year’s Oscars may have left some unhappy, but the milk has already spilled, so grab a tissue and get ready for 2013’s Oscar hopefuls. 1. Lincoln. Last year's The Conspirators marketed themselves around the 16th U.
After the success of last summer's Gnomeo and Juliet, music legend Elton John, 64, is getting comfortable in the role of movie producer. His next project will be a biopic of his own life "in the manner of Moulin Rouge," called Rocketman.
The film Shame opens with the main character David (Michael Fassbender) lying naked in bed, and that is where his mind always is – on sex. David is a sex addict, which is where the title of the film comes into it.
In what could be construed as self-conscious self-loathing, there are many Hollywood movies that fall back on the myths and tropes of life in Tinseltown. A good number of these films deal with the industry -its ugly side, its politics, its absurdity -perhaps as an effort to throw light on the creative processes of the studios and their red tape, the hierarchies and the unseen pressures.
Ryan Gosling is quick with the bon mot. After talking to journalists at the Cannes Film Festival Sunday, he teased director Nicholas Winding Refn, who won the best director award at Cannes, about his florid language — he often compares movie making to love making.
Ryan Gosling's new film Drive, a noir action thriller about a Hollywood stunt driver who gets embroiled in helping his neighbor settle a mob debt, shook up the race for the Palm D'Or, the grand jury prize at 2011 Cannes International Film Festival, when it was screened on Thursday night in the south of France.
Carey Mulligan, 25, isn't losing sleep over her breakup with her Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps costar Shia LaBeouf. Though the British actress was so upset after her split with LaBeouf in October 2010 that she considered moving back to the UK permanently, she appears to be ready for romance again, reports London's Daily Mail.
Don't make her give up pizza again! When the already petite Carey Mulligan was forced to lose weight for her role in An Education, she did not have a good time. "Weetabix for breakfast, soup for lunch and salad for dinner," she said in the latest issue of Elle Magazine UK about her dieting regimen.
After nearly every beautiful actress in Hollywood was rumored to play iconic beauty Daisy Buchanan in the upcoming Baz Luhrmann adaptation of The Great Gatsby, young Brit Carey Mulligan has landed the role.
In another case of young love gone sour, British actress Carey Mulligan and her American beau Shia LaBeouf have parted ways. The couple met on the set of Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, in August 2009, where they were matched as love interests.
An Education explores one girl’s transition into womanhood as she learns how much the world has to offer beyond the confines of her small English town. Lone Scherfig paints a portrait of a young lady and her singular grasp of language and culture, a gift that allows her to dream of a great and far away future at the esteemed Oxford University.