Exclusive first look at Margaret Brown's documentary examining the 2010 oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico that killed 11 workers. The film is set to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival on March 9.
THR travels to Chicago to visit R.S. Owens & Co., the makers of the Oscar statues. From casting the mold, polishing it up for future winners and plating it in copper then silver then an final coating in extra thick 24k gold.
At the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, the directors of 'Frozen,' 'Twenty Feet From Stardom,' 'The Act of Killing,'The Great Beauty,' and 'The Broken Circle Breakdown' discuss the challenges of making their films.
Want a pair of (slightly used) Cannes tickets? An arty photo taken by the "Magic Mike" director? A T-shirt only a film geek could love? There's all that and more at the newly launched Extension 765. READ MORE
Steven Soderbergh's "Contagion" holds in at No. 2 followed by Ryan Gosling's new pic "Drive"; Sarah Jessica Parker comedy "I Don't Know How She Does It" and Rod Lurie's "Straw Dogs" struggle. READ MORE
Ryan Gosling's "Drive" also opens after a strong showing at the Toronto Film Festival, while remake "Straw Dogs" and the Sarah Jessica Parker comedy "I Don't Know How She Does It" are tracking more modestly. READ MORE
UPDATED: Kevin Hart's stand up comedy pic 'Laugh at My Pain' a big win with $2 million from only 97 theaters, while Sony's Adam Sandler-produced comedy "Bucky Larson" bombs with $1.5 mil opening; mixed martial arts pic "Warrior" draws strong praise from reviewers and moviegoers alike, but underperforms in grossing $5.6 mil. READ MORE
The all-star thriller opens at No. 1 at the domestic box office on Friday, while "The Help" holds in at No. 2; "Warrior" is off to a slow start but could have strong legs, but "Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star" bombs. READ MORE