“He’s a good listener,” says John Turturro, who wrote, directed and plays the lead in “Gigolo.”
The new "Star Wars" will have a lot of new faces. Here's a quick primer on all of them.
There’s no tilting, no twirling in the camerawork, and the lens lingers on individual characters for a second or two longer than in most films, so audiences can observe how they act after they’ve stopped speaking.
“A lot of people would be just like ‘I’ll save my own f------ skin and run to the hills,’ ” says the Dublin-born Armstrong. “But not him.”
Nothing spices up a film like romantic vengeance.
One of the area’s longest-running festivals is under such financial pressure that D.C. may have to say goodbye to it.
In “Transcendence,” out Friday, Johnny Depp uploads his consciousness into a computer, whereupon he must immediately enter his Apple ID.
Nicolas Cage is the biggest name in “Joe.” That doesn’t mean he’s the star.
Writer-director Richard Shepard says Dom "uses language as a weapon."
You never can tell how movie birds will behave