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.
Homer and Marge eked out a month in the No. 1 spot internationally during the weekend as "The Simpsons Movie" laughed all the way to an estimated $23.4 million from about 7,000 screens in 61 territories. READ MORE