The tradeoff is supposed to be that the intern learns valuable on-the-job training, in lieu of a paycheck. However, Judge William H. Pauley III found the responsibilities assigned to the aforementioned interns Eric Glatt and Alexander Footman were similar enough to their paid counterparts that they should have been considered regular employees.
For the first time in Wes Anderson's career, it looks like we may get films in back-to-back years from the Moonrise Kingdom director. While it was originally thought that we wouldn't be seeing the filmmaker's next movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel, until 2014, apparently plans may have changed.
Films rarely capture the same feeling of small town life that novels do. While written words can completely transplant the readerís mind into the setting being developed, a film can only show your eyes what itís like to be there. But that doesnít mean films wonít keep trying.
The June 29 release will be limited, which means the opening weekend isn't actually that important-- if Beasts is a success, it will build its audience throughout the summer and never own the weekend, but be part of the conversation for many months
The 12-minute clip doesnít show you much more than you would have assumed knowing the premise. We see Denham and Viciusí characters being prepared to meet Marlingís prophet, and the teaser gives you an idea of Batmanglijís eerie tone. The bigger question is this: Does this unconventional approach to marketing help sell you on the film? Would you like to see more films reveal their openings, or would you prefer to go into a movie cold?
When the Academy Award nominees were announced, Shame was totally absent from the role call. Outraged critics and movie fans alike contributed Shame's snub to the Academy's prudish prejudices, and it seemed that might be the indie's last major hurrah. But just when we thought there was nothing else Shame could yield to shock the world, Fox Searchlight unleashes a shocking new poster which has been deemed too hot for Hungary, which has refused to run the one-sheet promo seen below.
Michael "Magneto" Fassbender plays a single, thirty-something New Yorker who has become addicted to sex for its own sake, free of intimacy or commitment (suspension of disbelief...fraying!). His carefree ways are thrown for a loop when his sister Cissy (Carey Mulligan) arrives and announces that she's moving in with him. Also, apparently he has a whole lot of porn on his computer.
2004ís Napoleon Dynamite was more than just a movie that everyone quoted nonstop for months. Napoleon Dynamite was one of the great success stories of independent filmmaking. A couple of kids from Idaho wrote and directed a quirkier than quirky low budget movie about one of cinemaís weirdest heroes which went on to make millions.
He Loves Me looks to have its share of quirk as well. Dano stars as a writer struggling for inspiration who writes about his dream woman and somehow wills her into existence. His real-life girlfriend Zoe Kazan will play the woman and also wrote the script
After making a run late in the festival as being the big critical darling of Sundance, then moving on to another successful appearance at SXSW, the tiny indie Sound of My Voice has finally snagged a distributor to match all that critical buzz
With the relatively mainstream The Fighter behind him and Uncharted up ahead Russell seems to have been aiming to get away from his stranger, Flirting With Disaster and I Heart Huckabees roots. But really, the Meyer biopic sounds perfect for him
Today we learned that Black Swan will get a full on wide release on December 22nd, but since itís one of the most talked about movies in the year, you probably donít want to wait that long. Itís already in limited
Fans of Terrence Malick have been waiting for his next film, The Tree of Life, since it was first announced in 2005. Despite rocking a cast headlined by Brad Pitt and Sean Penn, however, it has
There's pretty much nothing but good news here-- Hathaway is a strong actress who needs to seek out better roles and avoid something like Bride Wars forever and ever
While he debated a Robocop remake that eventually fell apart, Darren Aronofsky opted for the smaller, New York City-based project Black Swan. Now it's ready for release