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Jeff Bridges, Diane Lane to Star in Indie Relationship Drama

Reed Morano, who directed the first three episodes of Hulu's 'The Handmaid's Tale,' is helming the project.

Thanks for Sharing: Toronto Review

Mark Ruffalo, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim Robbins, Josh Gad and Pink star in Oscar-nominated screenwriter Stuart Blumberg's directing debut.

‘Kids Are All Right’ Actor Joins Steve Jobs Movie

Eddie Hassell will play an Apple employee in the Ashton Kutcher film "Jobs."

Saint Aire Productions Acquires Self-Help Author Andy Andrews’ ‘The Noticer’

A film adaptation will be developed with an eye toward a 2013 shoot.

Why Oscars’ 10 Best Picture Nominees Experiment Failed and What Happens Now

THR takes a look inside the Academy's surprise move to cut the number of likely best picture noms.

Mark Ruffalo to Get Green Award for His Fight Against Fracking

The "Avengers" actor talks to THR about being honored by Global Green on Saturday for his work in fighting the environmental effects of tapping shale beds for natural gas.

Kim Cattrall Among GLAAD Media Award Winners

"The Kids Are All Right" also is honored as best film at the ceremony, hosted by "Glee" co-star Naya Rivera.

Filmart: A Market-by-Market Look at Asian Film

Screen horror sparks debate in Thailand, "The Kids" are not all right in Singapore, and Japan weathers tragedy.

What Mark Ruffalo’s Oscars Red-Carpet Blue Pin Means: ‘Gasland’ Support

Supporting actor nom Mark Ruffalo wears a pin to the Oscars to support "Gasland" director Josh Fox's cause: water that won't burst into flame and blow consumers' homes up.

Mark Ruffalo Tweets His Oscars Speech

Whether or not he wins, the "Kids Are All Right" actor decided to tweet his gratitude Sunday to ensure he's got his bases covered.

Oscars: ‘Kids Are All Right’ Is Only Best Picture Nominee Shot Entirely in Los Angeles

Once the ultimate filming destination, production in the City of Angels is now less than half of what it was in 1996.

James Franco = Mark Twain + Ashton Kutcher, Danny Boyle = William Castle

Two pro-Javier Bardem quipster critics nail Franco's Oscar problem, which casts light on Natalie Portman and Annette Bening's down-to-the-wire race.