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People.com: George Clooney Prefers Prostate Exams Over Facebookupdated: Wed Sep 16 2009 13:48:00

But 92-year-old Kirk Douglas brags about having 800 new MySpace friends

People.com: Keisha Castle-Hughes Finds Young Motherhood a Blessingupdated: Wed Sep 16 2009 11:12:00

"I didn’t miss out on anything by having my daughter," the actress, 19, tells PEOPLE

People.com: Colin Farrell Excited To Be a Father Againupdated: Tue Sep 15 2009 08:47:00

The actor looks forward to "everything" about fatherhood - even dirty diapers

People.com: Everything's Good at Home, Says David Duchovnyupdated: Mon Sep 14 2009 15:34:00

The Californication star calls Téa Leoni a "great partner, wife, and mother"

People.com: Matt Damon Has 'Testosterone Deficient' Homeupdated: Sun Sep 13 2009 19:47:00

Still, he says, he loves all the pink and princesses that comes with three daughters

People.com: Penélope Cruz Irked by Pregnancy Questionupdated: Sun Sep 13 2009 10:26:00

"No, I'm not" pregnant, the actress says when asked about baby rumors

Penélope Cruz irked by pregnancy questionupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 18:42:00

For several weeks, tabloids and the blogosphere have been abuzz with speculation that Penélope Cruz is pregnant with boyfriend Javier Bardem's baby, sparked by photos of the Spanish beauty sporting what some have described as a baby bump.

People.com: What Megan Fox Wants in a Manupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 18:37:00

Deal breaker No. 1: He better not disrespect his mamma

Edward Norton plays marathon man to fund African conservationupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 12:30:00

Actor Edward Norton already wanted to be in better shape for his 40th birthday than he was on his 30th when the idea hit -- why not join members of an African tribe famous for its runners and run the New York marathon?

Movie pass: 'The Brothers Bloom'updated: Thu May 14 2009 13:12:00

Mark Ruffalo, Adrien Brody and Rachel Weisz talk about their new comedy.

'Bloom's' con artists take on the blockbustersupdated: Thu May 14 2009 13:12:00

"Wolverine." "Star Trek." "Angels & Demons." "Terminator: Salvation." The summer movies roll out, one weekend after another, like dreadnoughts leaving port to bombard a battle-scarred ocean.

People.com: Mena Suvari Reveals 2010 Wedding Plansupdated: Thu Oct 23 2008 13:10:00

The American Beauty star and Simone Sestito hope to say "I do" in Italy

Rourke triumphs over demons in "The Wrestler"updated: Wed Sep 24 2008 14:22:00

When director Darren Aronofsky approached Mickey Rourke about starring in "The Wrestler," Rourke was understandably apprehensive.

Time.com: Five Fast Takes from Torontoupdated: Sun Sep 14 2008 16:00:00

As North America's most sprawling film fest wraps up, a few movies deserve to be saluted -- and swatted

Toronto Film Festival offers brash, poignant breakout hitsupdated: Thu Sep 11 2008 10:15:00

After a slow start, the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival kicked into life about 6:20 p.m. Sunday when a little Indian boy took a deep breath and plunged into an outdoor cesspit to secure the autograph of his favorite movie star.

People.com: Jennifer Aniston: 'Things Couldn't Be Better'updated: Tue Sep 09 2008 10:56:00

The actress, who'll guest-star on 30 Rock, says her life is "busy, but it's great"

People.com: SNL Star Gets Psyched for Michael Phelpsupdated: Tue Sep 09 2008 08:04:00

"He's gonna be naked in all the sketches I write!" promises Kristen Wiig

People.com: Greg Kinnear: I'm Already a Protective Dadupdated: Mon Sep 08 2008 18:41:00

Taking early precautions for the dating years, the father of girls ages 4 and 2 has "a shotgun underneath my bed!"

People.com: Gael Garcia Bernal Is Expecting a Boy updated: Mon Sep 08 2008 18:41:00

His Blindness director spills the beans, says he's "really looking forward to it"

People.com: Brad Pitt's Kids Make Him Laugh, Long for Sleepupdated: Mon Sep 08 2008 07:14:00

The father of six premieres his comedy with George Clooney and says "everyone is healthy" at home

People.com: Guy Ritchie: Madonna Is 'Very Supportive'updated: Fri Sep 05 2008 13:00:00

The director praises his rockstar wife at the Toronto Film Festival premiere of RocknRolla

People.com: Look Out, Toronto: Here Come Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston updated: Fri Sep 05 2008 10:51:00

The exes are screening two of 249 films featured during the Toronto Film Fest

Analysis: Toronto film fest could offer surprisesupdated: Wed Sep 03 2008 11:07:00

A mere film festival cannot compete with the Academy Awards' grip on the public imagination, but the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival (which begins Thursday) comes pretty close -- in part because it has become the first important bellwether for the onslaught of Oscar hopefuls.

Time.com: LeBron to be Featured in New Documentaryupdated: Tue Sep 02 2008 18:55:00

The Cavaliers' megastar, fresh off helping the U.S. basketball team win gold at the Beijing Olympics, will be at the Toronto International Film Festival this weekend for the debut of "More Than A Game,"

People.com: Téa Leoni Cancels Toronto Film Fest Appearanceupdated: Tue Sep 02 2008 12:53:00

Days after husband David Duchovny enters rehab for sex addiction, the actress backs out of the premiere of her new film

Time.com: Baffled by Burn After Readingupdated: Sun Aug 31 2008 13:00:00

The Coen brothers return to their wacky ways, but this puzzling spy caper leaves viewers as clueless as the characters

People.com: Mena Suvari Gets Engaged to Music Producerupdated: Thu Jul 17 2008 14:39:00

Simone Sestito, who met the actress last year, proposed in Jamaica

Fortune: MySpace goes to the moviesupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 13:42:00

The Toronto Film Festival has been the launching pad for many an Academy Award-winning movie. "Ray," the gripping tale of legendary singer Ray Charles' rise to fame and his battle with drug addiction, was unveiled at the festival several years ago. So was "Crash," the gritty saga of racial and social strife in Los Angeles.

Director David Cronenberg: Responsible violence?updated: Thu Jan 10 2008 10:04:00

Director David Cronenberg walked away with the audience prize at this year's Toronto Film Festival for his latest work, "Eastern Promises," the story of ruthless Russian gangster Nikolai (Viggo Mortensen) whose path crosses with midwife Anna (Naomi Watts) setting into motion a chain of harrowing and bloody events.

Venice Film Festivalupdated: Thu Jan 10 2008 10:04:00

The world's oldest film festival celebrates its 75th anniversary

The Mozart of Madras: Composer A. R. Rahmanupdated: Thu Jan 10 2008 08:44:00

The Screening Room went to the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane in the heart of London's West End, where a spectacular musical version of "The Lord of The Rings" is enjoying a successful run, to meet Indian composer A. R. Rahman, whose blend of Asian culture with rock and Western classical styles has revolutionized the Indian film industry. And now Rahman is about to make his mark in Hollywood.

Toronto Film Festivalupdated: Tue Sep 25 2007 12:53:00

With David Cronenberg and his audience award-winning film, "Eastern Promises."

Time.com: Dylan and the Beatles: Together Again!updated: Sun Sep 16 2007 13:05:00

The '60s Fab Five lend their music to two quirky new movies. Richard Corliss is both bored and enthralled

Review: Weekend's lead player: Violenceupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 11:22:00

What world are we living in? That's the question that kept coming up again and again over the course of the Toronto International Film Festival, which wraps this weekend.

Time.com: Jodie Foster, Feminist Avengerupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 10:00:00

The Brave One turns urban paranoia into a form of nostalgia. But Richard Corliss doesn't recognize this New York

Review: Weekend's lead player -- violenceupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 09:17:00

What world are we living in? That's the question that kept coming up again and again over the course of the Toronto International Film Festival, which wraps this weekend.

Time.com: 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

Time.com: 9/11 in Torontoupdated: Tue Sep 11 2007 18:00:00

The Film Festival commemorates a sad anniversary with a host of political movies

Time.com: Two Weird Canadian Geniuses at Torontoupdated: Mon Sep 10 2007 18:00:00

David Cronenberg and Guy Maddin bring local pride to an international film festival

Review: Jones, Coens, Penn highlight Torontoupdated: Mon Sep 10 2007 11:06:00

Talk about feast or famine! After a summer of high-tech amusement park rides, for a film fan it can feel like it's been months since there was anything worth seeing at the movies -- which makes arriving at the Toronto International Film Festival all the more disorientating.

Time.com: Movie Lust, Toronto-Styleupdated: Sat Sep 08 2007 04:00:00

The world's most populist film festival blasts off with a sexy drama from Ang Lee

People.com: Toronto Diary: Top 10 Movies to Watchupdated: Fri Sep 07 2007 11:12:00

Toronto - Too many movies, not enough time. That's the dilemma confronting anyone, whether a critic or just a film fan, lucky enough to attend the annual Toronto International Film Festival.

People.com: Brad Pitt's Jesse James Trailer Hits the Webupdated: Thu Aug 23 2007 21:25:00

The star's upcoming Western will premiere at the Venice Film Festival

People.com: Former Doritos Girl Ali Landry Has a Daughterupdated: Fri Jul 13 2007 16:14:00

Ali Landry and her husband, film director Alejandro Gomez Monteverde, have welcomed their first child, daughter Estela, their rep tells PEOPLE.

'Gay cowboy movie' shatters stereotypesupdated: Mon Sep 12 2005 11:39:00

Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger weren't drawn to "Brokeback Mountain," the story of two cowboys involved in a homosexual relationship, by the movie's risky subject matter or the controversy it may raise.

Subject of cat-killing film arrested at protestupdated: Thu Sep 16 2004 10:50:00

As more than 100 animal-rights activists converged on the 2004 Toronto International Film Festival Tuesday to protest a documentary about the torture and murder of a cat, the man who sparked their outrage not only showed up at the rally, but was arrested.

Fortune: The Dude's Film School An independent film can be worth nothing, or it can be worth millions. It's all in how you perceive it. Mupdated: Mon Oct 25 1999 00:01:00

Last year, more than 2,000 feature-length independent films were produced. Of those films, 97%, give or take, were dreadful, bad, or mediocre. Around 50 were actually pretty good. And one of them w...

Fortune: SMITH NIX STIX FLICKupdated: Mon Oct 23 1989 00:01:00

Forget the Japanese. General Motors CEO Roger Smith now has something else to worry about: a new film that makes him look worse than a used-car salesman. Smith, 64, is a principal character in Roge...

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