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Looks like the mercurial Jay Gatsby will remain mysteriously out of reach for a bit longer.

Latest Stories Christoph Waltz Injured on Set of Quentin Tarantino Filmupdated: Sat Oct 01 2011 15:51:00

The Academy Award-winning actor "is currently being treated for a dislocated pelvic bone," his rep says

Sofia Coppola plays it coolupdated: Tue Dec 21 2010 10:05:00

Vaguely bohemian and only slightly out of the mainstream, the Standard Hotel in New York's Meatpacking District proved an apt locale for the entertainment press to line up to interview the famously fashion-savvy Sofia Coppola, who came a few blocks uptown from her SoHo digs to promote "Somewhere," her latest film and the recipient of the top prize, the Golden Lion, at the 2010 Venice International Film Festival.

Body of Tarantino's editor foundupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 07:49:00

Police say the body of Sally Menke was discovered on a hiking trail in Calfornia. KCAL reports.

Sally Menke, Tarantino's editor, found dead on hiking trailupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 07:49:00

Sally Menke, the editor of director Quentin Tarantino's films, was found dead along a Los Angeles hiking trail early Tuesday, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner's spokeswoman.

Rolling Stone review: 'Machete'updated: Fri Sep 03 2010 08:48:00

This unholy mess replaces the artful ambition of "The American" with torture, blood spray, kinky sex, twisted fun and a bizarro critique of U.S. policy on illegal immigration.

'Machete' rooted in realityupdated: Fri Sep 03 2010 08:48:00

The cast of "Machete" says the movie addresses immigration issues, albeit exaggerated, and defend Lindsay Lohan.

Cannes 101: A film festival field guideupdated: Wed May 12 2010 20:58:00

It's that time of year again: The annual Cannes film festival is poised to kick off more than a week of glamour, prestige, and of course, some of the best in international cinema.

Showbiz Tonight at Cannes Film Festivalupdated: Wed May 12 2010 20:58:00

Showbiz Tonight's Brooke Anderson tours the 63rd Cannes Film Festival as everyone awaits this year's biggest stars.

Review: 'Kick-Ass' kills. Just don't tell the kidsupdated: Fri Apr 16 2010 11:37:00

Lock up your children! Not forever, but tonight, certainly, and through the weekend -- until the fever passes. We both know they're wanting a piece of "Kick-Ass," Matthew Vaughn's hyper-violent, R-rated film of Mark Millar's hot-off-the-presses comic book, and that would just be oh-so-wrong.

Normal teens 'Kick-Ass'updated: Fri Apr 16 2010 11:37:00

A new superhero movie co-produced by Brad Pitt is in theaters, and iReporters ask the stars questions.

Waltz credits Tarantinoupdated: Mon Mar 08 2010 18:58:00

Christoph Waltz, who won best supporting actor, credits director Quentin Tarantino for bringing his dreams back to life. Christoph Waltz, Up Early Oscar Winnersupdated: Mon Mar 08 2010 07:49:00

Neil Patrick Harris sings a welcome to hosts Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin Which Oscar Virgin Are You Rooting For?updated: Sun Mar 07 2010 20:33:00

With numerous (yet wide-ranging) first-timers, who'll get the popular vote vs. the Academy's

Oscar forecast: And the winners will be ...updated: Sun Mar 07 2010 19:15:00

For the first time in almost 70 years, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has made room for 10 nominees for best picture.

Who will bring home Oscar?updated: Sun Mar 07 2010 19:15:00

CNN's Ali Velshi talks to CNN Producer Graham Flanagan about who should win and who will win at the Academy Awards.

Tarantino talks Oscarupdated: Tue Mar 02 2010 20:04:00

Director Quentin Tarantino discusses his Oscar nominated film, "Inglourious Basterds." Michael Farber: Rugged 'fourth line' sets the pace in Team USA's opening winupdated: Wed Feb 17 2010 02:41:00

VANCOUVER -- The motto of the host country is A Mari Usque Ad Mare -- from sea to sea -- but obviously Olympic hockey tourists from south of the border are not discouraged from going coast to coast.

Brad and Angelina a 'loving couple'updated: Wed Feb 03 2010 18:24:00

They snuck in through the kitchen, held hands through the evening and laughed heartily at each other's jokes. To many witnesses of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's recent surprise date at the Directors Guild of America Awards, the pair's affection was the real deal. It's a Glorious Day for the Basterdsupdated: Wed Feb 03 2010 10:16:00

Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds scores eight nominations

Who's going to be nominated for Oscar?updated: Mon Feb 01 2010 21:58:00

Here are my latest predictions for who'll get nominated in the eight main Oscar races on February 2. Brad & Angelina's Affectionate Night Outupdated: Mon Feb 01 2010 00:02:00

The couple "look like they're having a fun time" at the Directors Guild Awards, an observer says The Basterds Guide to Brad Pittupdated: Thu Dec 17 2009 06:37:00

Pitt's Inglorious costars describe the actor as a guy's guy, caring and always ready for fun

Not your average zombiesupdated: Thu Oct 01 2009 09:51:00

Zombie genre fans are miffed, according to stars of new film "Zombieland."

'Zombieland' not your standard brain-eating fareupdated: Thu Oct 01 2009 09:51:00

Like all zombie movies, "Zombieland" has hundreds of zombies doing awful things, such as attacking and eating humans, but you could argue it's not a zombie movie.

Brilliante Mendoza: Philippines' celebrated and divisive directorupdated: Wed Sep 09 2009 00:12:00

Feted by Sean Penn and applauded by Quentin Tarantino at Cannes, Filipino filmmaker Brilliante Mendoza appears to finally live up to his name.

Cannes successupdated: Wed Sep 09 2009 00:12:00

His films divide audiences and critics, but Brilliante Mendoza won this year's best director award at Cannes.

'Final Destination' wins Labor Day box office raceupdated: Mon Sep 07 2009 15:34:00

It happens every year: Memorial Day kicks off the summer with a box office bang, and Labor Day ends it with a whimper.

A-list actors relive shameful audition momentsupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 08:04:00

They are some of the biggest names in Hollywood, but even Susan Sarandon, Ethan Hawke and Dustin Hoffman have had their fair share of casting calamities they would rather forget.

Part 3: Casting calamitiesupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 08:04:00

Hollywood stars relive their most memorable auditions for The Screening Room.

'Final Destination' No. 1 at box officeupdated: Sun Aug 30 2009 15:29:00

For many, the creative relevance of 3-D cinema remains very much an open question. But when the history of Hollywood's 21st century embrace of 3-D is written, it very well may point to this weekend as the moment when the format definitively established its commercial power at the box office. Brad Pitt's Rep: Tom Cruise Slam Didn't Happenupdated: Mon Aug 24 2009 17:36:00

The Inglourious Basterds star has never even seen Valkyrie

'Inglourious Basterds' No. 1 at box officeupdated: Sun Aug 23 2009 18:33:00

Score a personal best at the box office for Quentin Tarantino this weekend. "Inglourious Basterds," his revisionist take on WWII starring Brad Pitt, grossed an estimated $37.6 million, besting the reigning box office champ "District 9," and giving beleaguered studio The Weinstein Co. a little financial relief.

The Scene: 'Basterds,' humor, killing Nazisupdated: Fri Aug 21 2009 12:45:00

Quentin Tarantino's movies are distinctive, thanks to several elements they typically share.

'Inglourious Basterds'updated: Fri Aug 21 2009 12:45:00

The stars of "Inglourious Basterds" explain how to make a movie about killing Nazis funny.

Tarantino and Pitt: The long-awaited love affairupdated: Fri Aug 21 2009 11:09:00

With Quentin Tarantino's recent disclosure that Brad Pitt "pulled out a brick of hash" for the pair to smoke during a meeting about Tarantino's new film "Inglourious Basterds," the two movie icons could today be mistaken for old roomies.

Review: 'Basterds' is quite gloriousupdated: Fri Aug 21 2009 11:06:00

When the British comedian Spike Milligan wrote a memoir about his experiences during World War II, he called it "Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall."

'Basterds' a bunch of Nazi-killersupdated: Fri Aug 21 2009 11:06:00

"Inglourious Basterds," Quentin Tarantino's new film about Nazi-killers starring Brad Pitt premieres in Hollywood.

Unforgettable villain steals 'Inglourious Basterds'updated: Thu Aug 20 2009 10:01:00

Brad Pitt gets top billing in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds," but Austrian actor Christoph Waltz may have turned in the most memorable performance as a Nazi "Jew Hunter." Brad Pitt to Play Superhero for His Kids' Sakeupdated: Tue Aug 18 2009 16:27:00

The Inglourious Basterds star will go from R-rating to G as a cartoon character

Entertainment Weekly's Picks of the Weekupdated: Sun Aug 16 2009 14:18:00

In Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" (out Friday) -- a simultaneous tribute to and deconstruction of war movies and '40s noir -- a special unit of Jewish-American soldiers is sent behind enemy lines to spread shock and awe among German troops in Nazi-occupied France.

Movie within a movieupdated: Wed Aug 12 2009 11:13:00

Quentin Tarantino, director of 'Inglorious Basterds', describes making a Nazi propaganda film inside the movie.

'Basterds' pro-Nazi short made by a Jewish directorupdated: Wed Aug 12 2009 11:13:00

Quentin Tarantino's new movie "Inglourious Basterds" comes with a film inside the film, a Nazi propaganda movie promoting the glory of Germany's Third Reich. Brad Pitt Brought Home Inglourious Spiritupdated: Tue Aug 11 2009 17:30:00

The star even taught 8-year-old Maddox to do his Tennessee hillbilly accent Brad Pitt Says He Likes Getting Olderupdated: Fri Jul 24 2009 11:16:00

The Inglorious Basterds star talks about domestic bliss with a house full of kids

Actor David Carradine found deadupdated: Thu Jun 04 2009 22:42:00

American actor David Carradine has been found dead, hanging by a nylon rope in a hotel room closet in Bangkok, Thailand, according to a Thai police official.

'Kung Fu' inspires Carradineupdated: Thu Jun 04 2009 22:42:00

In a 1991 interview, David Carradine talks about landing the role in "Kung Fu" and how martial arts impact his life.

Cannes 2009: The movies to watch out forupdated: Tue May 26 2009 11:08:00

The line-up at this year's Cannes Film Festival is a cineaste's dream.

Haneke finally crowned king of Cannesupdated: Mon May 25 2009 13:14:00

After eleven days, hundreds of screenings and thousands of snaps from the paparazzi, there could only be one Palme d'Or winner.

Have Tarantino and his 'Inglourious Basterds' got what it takes?updated: Fri May 22 2009 10:09:00

Quentin Tarantino didn't give himself any breaks while making his latest film "Inglourious Basterds," which premiered at Cannes this week.

'Inglourious Basterds'updated: Fri May 22 2009 10:09:00

Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino talk about their new film "Inglourious Basterds". CNN's Mylene Klass reports. Brad and Angelina's Big Date in Cannes - for 60 Guestsupdated: Wed May 20 2009 14:48:00

The duo attend a truffles and champagne dinner to launch his movie Inglourious Basterds

All that glitters: Five iconic Palme d'Or winnersupdated: Thu May 14 2009 08:55:00

As the Cannes Film Festival gets underway, all eyes will once again be on the contenders for the festival's top prize -- the Palme d'Or. As one of the most prestigious awards in world cinema, the Golden Palm has been the launchpad for success for many films over the decades. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to Three-Peat at Cannesupdated: Wed May 13 2009 17:14:00

Penélope Cruz, Robin Wright Penn, Maria Carey and Sharon Stone are also expected to attend the movie festival

Tarantino, Ledger are focus at Cannesupdated: Tue May 12 2009 13:12:00

The economic downturn may take its toll at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, which opens Wednesday night. But as always, the show will go on.

Countdown to Cannesupdated: Tue May 12 2009 13:12:00's Nicole Lapin gets a preview of this year's Cannes Film Festival from People Magazine movie critic Leah Rozen.

The Screening Room in Mayupdated: Fri May 08 2009 11:18:00

On this month's The Screening Room, host Myleene Klass heads to the Croisette for the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. While the recession has taken some of the luster off of the famously extravagant festival, movies from a virtual "who's who" of A-list directors show the world that no other film festival compares with eleven days on the French Riviera.

Ledger's final film to feature at Cannes Film Festivalupdated: Fri May 08 2009 11:05:00

The film Heath Ledger was making when he died, "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus," will feature at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Brad Pitt Wants Scalps in Inglourious Basterdsupdated: Wed Apr 15 2009 15:22:00

Plus, there's lots of Tarantino-style action in the first official trailer for the upcoming flick Brad Pitt to Compete in Cannes - Againupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 15:06:00

The star's Inglourious Basterds will vie in May for the fest's top prize

Top 10 movie car chase scenesupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 12:11:00

Which star do you most associate with car-chase movies: Steve McQueen or Michael Caine? Gene Hackman or Burt Reynolds? Brad Pitt Gets in Gear for Tarantino War Movieupdated: Tue Oct 21 2008 11:03:00

New picture gives first glimpse of the star in latest movie role Brad and Angelina Bring the Family to New York Cityupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 10:29:00

Jolie gets ready for her first post-twins red carpet: the premiere of her movie The Changeling Brad & Quentin Eat Italian on the Jobupdated: Fri Sep 26 2008 09:17:00

• Brad Pitt, dining with director Quentin Tarantino and Diane Kruger at Al contadino sotto le stelle, a small, hip Italian restaurant in East Berlin. The group discussed their work on Inglorious Bastards, their new movie, over dinner. But Pitt isn't just talking about his work – he's already on the set. The day after their business dinner, Pitt reported to Studio Babelsberg, according to a source. While he's working on the Tarantino project, the actor and his entire family has moved to Germany, living outside of the capital.

The Screening Room's top 10 movie stuntsupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 11:37:00

As the saying goes, "Pain is temporary, film is forever" and noone in the movie business knows this better than stuntmen. Brad Pitt to Go to War - in Next Movieupdated: Fri Aug 08 2008 15:26:00

The busy dad and Quentin Tarantino join forces to remake the WWII drama Inglorious Bastards

You either love or hate my movies, says Tarantinoupdated: Thu Jun 05 2008 05:26:00

Editor's note: Watch Tarantino talking about the making of "Pulp Fiction" on The Screening Room podcast. To receive regular movie podcasts subscribe here. Soderbergh and Tarantino: Warrior Auteursupdated: Thu May 22 2008 16:00:00

The two American directors are back on the Riviera - one for the world premiere of his Che Guevara bio-pic, the other to give a film "master class"

Top of the chops: The Screening Room's top 10 kung fu filmsupdated: Mon May 05 2008 11:15:00

Bad dubbing, angry men with extraordinary facial hair, balletic fighting and more blood than you can shake a nunchuck at: just some of the key ingredients to make a perfect kung fu flick.

The Screening Room's top ten songs in moviesupdated: Thu May 01 2008 04:37:00

This list isn't just about soundtracks or great music in the movies -- it is about quintessential movie moments where a song flawlessly complements or enhances the action.

Review: 'In Bruges' much bluster, too little biteupdated: Fri Feb 08 2008 11:06:00

Ten years ago, the adjective "Tarantinoesque" was an integral tool in any critic's arsenal. It seemed like every other young filmmaker was tramping the bloody, funny trail blazed by "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction"; rueful hitmen lurked around every corner.

The Screening Room's Top 10 Movie Deathsupdated: Thu Jan 10 2008 10:04:00

Movie deaths can be tragic, heroic, spine-chilling -- even funny. This month, we've brought together our favorite screen exits, from Psycho to Bambi.

Interview with Gordon Liuupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 01:09:00

AR: Gordon, welcome to Talk Asia. Now you've been famous in this part of the world for many, many years now, but you only recently came to international attention in "Kill Bill." Tell us how that came about.

Kung Fu Legendupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 01:09:00

CNN's Anjali Rao talks to Kung Fu legend Gordon Liu about his roles in the two Kill Bill movies The Freaks Come Out at Nightupdated: Wed Sep 12 2007 23:00:00

Celebrating the gory glory of the Toronto International Film Festvial's marvelous Midnight Madness series The Weinsteins Woo Asiaupdated: Sat Aug 25 2007 12:00:00

The influential filmmakers create a $285 million fund for Asian films, hoping to expand audiences and maybe save some money too The U.S. Mostly Snubbed at Cannesupdated: Fri Jun 01 2007 12:45:00

A searing abortion drama from Romania takes the festival's top prize, while the Americans are largely ignored

Review: Exciting 'Grindhouse' a wild rideupdated: Fri Apr 06 2007 07:48:00

When filmmakers talk about how great the movies were back in the 1970s, they're usually thinking about "The Godfather," "Chinatown," or "Dog Day Afternoon."

If it's cool, creative and different, it's indieupdated: Tue Sep 19 2006 14:51:00

Sean McCabe said he remembers when indie was truly indie.

EW review: A vicious, effective 'Hostel'updated: Fri Jan 06 2006 08:51:00

Sadism was once an element in horror films. Now it's more or less the only element, with the fear of death replaced by the fear of torture -- a fate worse than death.

The 25 Most Important Pop Culture Momentsupdated: Mon Nov 21 2005 10:57:00

In the past quarter-century, popular culture introduced us to the moonwalk and rap music, it brought us closer to a world where wizards learn magic instead of algebra and confronted our preconceptions about AIDS.

Fortune: FINDING DRAMA ON THE SMALL SCREENupdated: Mon Jun 27 2005 00:01:00

As of this fall, Jerry Bruckheimer will be the new King of Television. His eponymous production company had a whopping four pilots picked up at the May "upfronts" in New York. That means Bruckheime...

Review: 'Sin City' a visual pioneerupdated: Fri Apr 01 2005 08:24:00

"Sin City," adapted from three hardboiled comic books by the renowned graphic novelist Frank Miller, is without doubt the most visually stunning live action transfer of the comic book format to the big screen ever made.

The 10 best films of 2004updated: Fri Dec 31 2004 11:09:00

Amid all the big hits, sequels and comic-book-inspired capers, one trend ruled the year: the biography film.

Palms up for Michael Mooreupdated: Mon May 24 2004 13:44:00

He won't be welcome at the Republican National Convention this summer.

Glamour and controversy at Cannesupdated: Wed May 12 2004 05:30:00

The 57th annual Cannes Film Festival has opened with strife, star power and a 12-day lineup of the usual mix of glitz, glamour and controversy.

Revenge is sweetupdated: Tue Apr 20 2004 10:35:00

Step into a movie theater and there's an overriding scent lingering above the popcorn and cleaning solvent. It's the sweet, sticky aroma of revenge.

Review: 'Kill Bill Vol. 2' sharp, splendidupdated: Thu Apr 15 2004 15:05:00

"Kill Bill Vol. 2" starts off with a black-and-white extreme close-up of Uma Thurman. She's driving a convertible and as her character, the Bride, she speaks directly into the camera.

Cut and runupdated: Wed Apr 14 2004 12:40:00

There's an old Monty Python sketch, "Sam Peckinpah's 'Salad Days,' " in which a gathering of 1920s English country swells is interrupted by a man asking, "Tennis, anyone?"

showbuzzupdated: Mon Apr 12 2004 11:23:00

British actress Helen Mirren isn't shy about wanting to portray convicted felon Martha Stewart if she had the chance.

When the independents took overupdated: Mon Feb 23 2004 07:42:00

Love him or hate him, Harvey Weinstein is bigger than life.

FSB: Film Review Reason No. 287 to Defund the SBAupdated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

In 2000, the Small Business Administration tried to launch a pilot program to provide loans to filmmakers. The program never took off, but the SBA did grant a loan to the makers of The Gristle, a f...


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