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Paul Schrader On Piracy, Television and a New Age in Filmmaking

"The film studios of the future are going to be called Amazon and Google"

Razzie Nominations: ‘Grown Ups 2’ Leads With Eight Nods

"After Earth," "Movie 43" and "A Madea Christmas" are each contenders in six categories, with the "winners" set to be revealed at the March 1 ceremony.

‘Canyons’ Director Paul Schrader ‘Mystified’ By Lindsay Lohan’s ‘Refusal to Support’ Film

The helmer says he's "disappointed" in the starlet. "I hired her when no one else would," he wrote.

Venice: Lindsay Lohan’s a No-Show But ‘The Canyons’ Co-Stars Praise Her Work

David Gordon Green's "Joe," starring Nicolas Cage, premiered Friday, while German-made "The Police Officer's Wife" started a buzz on the Lido.

Venice: Lindsay Lohan Is a No-Show

The actress was expected to promote her new film "The Canyons."

‘Canyons’ Writer Bret Easton Ellis Is ‘Confused by the Loudness of the Dislike’ for the Film

The author tells THR that his polarizing movie was inspired by another buzzy erotic story: "Fifty Shades of Grey."

Box Office Report: ‘2 Guns’ No. 1 Friday With $10 Million; ‘Smurfs 2’ Falls to No. 3

UPDATED: A glut of family product is dampening "Smurfs 2" in North America; Lindsay Lohan erotic thriller "The Canyons" doing so-so business at the specialty box office, while no numbers have yet…

Box Office Report: Lindsay Lohan’s Erotic Thriller ‘The Canyons’ Off to Soft Theatrical Start

The film -- directed by Paul Schrader and written by Bret Easton Ellis -- is hoping to be a big draw on VOD; Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington action pic "2 Guns" enjoying solid business as it…

Lindsay Lohan’s ‘The Canyons’ Aims for VOD Success

The Paul Schrader/Bret Easton Ellis film opens in New York on Friday but may find a bigger audience as it also launches on video-on-demand platforms, where, says IFC's Jonathan Sehring, it's…

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘2 Guns,’ ‘The Smurfs 2’ and More

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

‘The Canyons’ Reviews: the Good, the Bad and the Lohan

Paul Schrader's drama, already notorious for the story of its tumultuous production, opens Friday via IFC Films.

The Canyons: Film Review

Paul Schrader's pseudo-arty film, starring Lindsay Lohan and James Deen, features duplicitous doings of characters altogether interchangeable in their tediousness.