“It’s really all because of Madonna,” says James D’Arcy. “She cast me when nobody else really wanted to.” The movie the shaggy haired British actor is talking about is W.E., in which he played Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor. And he seems to be right. Since then he’s appeared in Cloud Atlas and, most recently,… More »
Of the few directors to achieve celebrity status, the biggest among them, both literally and figuratively, is Alfred Hitchcock, whose career spanned fifty years and 66 movies including Rear Window, Vertigo and finally North by Northwest as the fifties were winding down.
It is here where Sacha Gervasi begins his new movie, Hitchcock,… More »
Alfred Hitchcock may have been the man of the hour at the New York City premiere of Hitchcock, but all anyone could talk about was the film’s star, Anthony Hopkins.
“I actually worked with Tony on my first film,” actress Toni Collette told Celebuzz on the red carpet. “It was an Australian film called The Efficiency… More »
Cloud Atlas feels like the movie that Lana and Andy Wachowski were born (or perhaps reborn) to make. Few commercial filmmakers ask questions as big as they repeatedly do, but their intellectual tenacity (much less ability to communicate them with such visceral intensity) is virtually unparalleled, even if the end result is sometimes as imperfect… More »