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Sundance 2013: How ‘Arbitrage’s’ VOD Gamble Paid Off

The theatrical/VOD release of the Richard Gere financial thriller was the most successful to date.

From ‘Lincoln’ to ‘Skyfall’: Why This Year’s Best Picture Race Has Something for Everyone

For once, nearly every genre could be represented in the potential 10 nominees in Oscar's top category.

THR’s Actor Roundtable: 6 Leading Men on Politics, Over-40 Actresses and the Dangers of Success

Matt Damon, Jamie Foxx, Denzel Washington, Richard Gere, Alan Arkin and John Hawkes convene for a rare exploration of the current state of the male movie star.

AFM: Indie Financing in the ‘Dark Ages’ of the Recession

A panel on finance at the American Film Market says the movie business has rebounded but things are never going to be the same, thanks to digital.

Amanda Seyfried, Kerry Washington, Amy Adams Vie for Best Dressed at Hollywood Film Awards (Poll)

The Hollywood Film Festival Awards are the first stop on the road to a Golden Globe or an Oscar, so actresses sport big-name gowns to get designers' attention.

Hollywood Film Awards to Honor Career of ‘Arbitrage’ Star Richard Gere (Exclusive)

The 63-year-old silver-haired actor stands a good shot at scoring the first Oscar nomination of his nearly 40-year career for his perf in Nicholas Jarecki's film.

‘Arbitrage’ Starring Richard Gere to Open Abu Dhabi Film Festival

Nicholas Jarecki's thriller set against the backdrop of high finance is produced by Saudi filmmaker Mohammed Al Turki.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘The Master,’ ’10 Years’ and More

What THR's critics say about the movies opening this week.

Arbitrage: Sundance Film Review

Richard Gere sells a tense tale of a billionaire fleeing both financial ruin and a family-wrecking scandal.