Meryl Streep, Chris Pine, Rob Marshall, Tracy Ullman and more discuss making the film version of a Sondheim classic.
Today, they're all trained monkeys.
Mike Leigh's stunning biopic of J.M.W.Turner is the portrait of the leading English Romantic landscape artist who was evidently also quite a philanderer and misanthrope.
Remaking "Annie" for the 21st century is another bad idea from Sony; too bad this one gets released.
"The Interview" will go down as the satire that provoked an authoritarian dictatorship, roiled Sony Pictures in a massive hacking attack and prompted new questions of cyber warfare, corporate risk-tasking and comedic audacity.
The epic concludes in epic fashion; the film feels bigger than it does long, and after so many hours already spent in this fantastical land, that's saying something.
The movie that's resulted from Anderson's big-screen adaptation of Pynchon's noirish novel is far more likely to confound than to excite, but it's also going to blow minds and tickle funny bones.