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Monday, February 4,2013

Interview: David France of 'How to Survive a Plague'

For filmmaker David France, the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s needs a lot more films like his How to Survive a Plague.
Tuesday, January 22,2013

Photos: Sean Lennon, Yoko Ono tour high-fracking areas

Since Yoko Ono and her son Sean Lennon founded Artists Against Fracking in August last year, they've tried to make the oil and gas drilling process a national issue.
Monday, January 21,2013

Dave Grohl's collective Sound City Players play 3-hour set at Sundance

Pulling together Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield, most of Nirvana and the singer from Slipknot seems unlikely enough. Getting them together on a Utah stage is even less likely.
Tuesday, January 8,2013

Former 'Walking Dead' writer Darabont joins team for 'Godzilla'

OK, so maybe in the classic Japanese Godzilla films, writing wasn't the strong suit.
Friday, January 4,2013

BREAKING: Rolling Stones critic Peter Travers names movies he doesn't like

Take a glance at any mediocre movie's poster and you're likely to see a Peter Travers quote.
Monday, December 31,2012

Top 10 films of 2012 from legendary critic Roger Ebert

Longtime film critic Roger Ebert wrote a record 300 film reviews this year. And he calls 2012 "one of the best recent years in cinema," pretty high praise for such a well-established critic.
Friday, December 28,2012

Britney Spears may not return to judge X-Factor

Fox reality competition The X Factor may be losing two of its judges next season, according to reports.
Tuesday, December 18,2012

Studio adjusts 'Jack Reacher' marketing after shooting

Paramount Studios has made tweaks to its marketing campaign for the Tom Cruise film Jack Reacher in the wake of the deadly school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Monday, December 17,2012

'Django Unchained': Tarantino's use of N-word debated

Quentin Tarantino's latest film, Django Unchained, pretty directly deals with race in America.
Monday, December 10,2012

Roundup: Roger Ebert's submissions to the 'New Yorker' caption contest

Like a fine wine, or a not-very-fine wine, or a Roger Corman film, film critic Roger Ebert just gets better with age.