As part of "The Hollywood Masters" interview series, the director criticizes "so-called liberals" in the studios and adds: "You’ve got a lot of black executives at the studio who are afraid to give their opinion about what black culture is."
First look at Phillip Noyce's sci-fi thriller about a young boy (Brenton Thwaites) who is chosen to store the past memories of a seemingly utopian society. The film, co-starring Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep and Katie Holmes, is set to hit theaters on Aug. 15.
Emotional video montage from the Camera Operators' Lifetime Achievement Awards remembering camera operator Sarah Jones. Sarah's parents Richard and Elizabeth Jones were among the 500 guests at the event.
May brings Millenium Entertainment's film starring Michael Shannon joins Weinstein/Radius Co.'s Chinese earthquake disaster pic, along with Sony Pictures Classics' "Love Is All You Need" and "Before Midnight and IFC Films' "Frances Ha." READ MORE
"I was kind of terrified to let this movie out because I thought, 'Some people are going to kill me for this,' " the Oscar-winning director says of her rom-com starring Pierce Brosnan and Trine Dyrholm.