The indie film director on the 'mumblecore genre', his new geek film and casting famous people.
We ask how the 44-year-old actor dropped 47 pounds to play a man with AIDS.
Delivers a heavy and welcome dose of paranoia, administered between fleetly paced smackdowns.
Mr Peabody and his adopted son explore history in their time-travelling Wayback Machine.
Set in a towering pink mansion situated somewhere in a dreamlike 1930s Alps, the film plays like a breakthrough.
The first film adapted from Veronica Roth's dystopian book series arrives with a sludgy, gray-hued plop.
We speak to the Singaporean director about ‘Ilo Ilo’s universal appeal.
The 'Vikings' star on doing period films, playing James Bond and growing a Viking beard.
The superstar chef takes time off to talk politics and sloppy wet pizzas.
The director-actor tiptoes between love, chance and relationships in his new hitman film.