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‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Steve McQueen (‘Widows’)

Director Steve McQueen discusses his new film 'Widows,' a heist picture he's been mulling for 35 years, and how his work in art led to his career in film.

Michael Haneke’s ‘Amour,’ Steve McQueen’s ‘Shame’ Lead EFA Noms

Michael Fassbender, Gary Oldman, Kate Winslet and Mads Mikkelsen among European acting nominees.

‘Marley’ To Open Inaugural Curaçao IFF Rotterdam

Michael Fassbender-starrer "Shame" and Oscar-nominated "Monsieur Lazhar" among festival highlights.

‘Shame’ Director Steve McQueen: Oscars Snubbed Michael Fassbender because America Is ‘Too Scared of Sex’

The actor was ignored in the best actor category despite his acclaimed role in the graphic, NC-17-rated drama.

Fassbender on Fire

One of the most gifted actors today, the star of "Shame," "A Dangerous Method" and the upcoming "Prometheus" has the industry in awe. Says one studio chief: "In our world, the real deal doesn't come…

Michael Fassbender on Shooting Nude, Being Poor, Whom His Oscar Date Would Be 

In the special Indie Issue of The Hollywood Reporter, the acclaimed chameleonesque star of "Shame," "Dangerous Method" and "X-Men: First Class" reveals how he survived years of struggle: "I would say…

Martin Sheen Nominated for Irish Academy Film Award

Sheen, an Irish citizen, secures best actor nom for his role in "Stella Days."

Fox Searchlight Highlights Michael Fassbender in ‘Shame’ With New Featurette (Exclusive Video)

THR debuts footage that the studio plans to circulate as part of its all-out effort to earn Fassbender a best actor Oscar nomination for his landmark performance.

13 Female Power-Players Who Rule the World

UPDATED: From film financing to media giant board members, these are the go-to women in the international film and television biz.

Awards Box Office: A Proud ‘Shame’ Beats NC-17 Rating, ‘The Artist’ Continues to Shine

"Hugo," "The Descendants," "My Week with Marilyn" and "A Dangerous Method" also enjoy strong business.

Box Office Report: ‘Twilight’ Leads Second Slowest Weekend of 2011 With $16.9 Mil

"Muppets" stays safely at No. 2 with $11.2 million; the dreaded NC-17 rating doesn't stop "Shame" from claiming the best location average of the weekend as it opens in five cities.

Box Office Report: ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn’ Leads Ho-Hum Weekend With $5.5 Mil Friday

Disney's "Muppets" safely stays at No. 2, while "Hugo" and "Arthur Christmas" compete for No. 3; award darlings, including the NC-17 "Shame," do strong business.