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Anne Hathaway, Tim Robbins Join Mark Ruffalo in Todd Hayne’s Untitled DuPont Lawsuit Movie

Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins have joined Mark Ruffalo in Participant Media's upcoming movie by director Todd Haynes about a real-life DuPont environmental lawsuit.

Julianne Moore Honored as “Fierce” Actress and Advocate at MoMA Film Benefit

She also was lauded for her work with gun safety organizations: "It is fierce, it is brave and it should be celebrated alongside her work."

‘Wonderstruck’: Why Sign Language Is Only Used in Half of the Movie

Director Todd Haynes also tells THR of casting deaf actors as hearing characters and having the crew learn basic sign language.

Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Gets New York Film Festival Centerpiece Screening

The Amazon title will screen at the fest before its Oct. 20 release.

Cannes: Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Gets Warm Standing Ovation

Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams and other stars of the film also attended the premiere.

Cannes: Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Stakes Oscar Claim

The Amazon Studios film received a warm reception at its first press screening.

‘Wonderstruck’: Film Review | Cannes 2017

Todd Haynes is back with his past muse Julianne Moore in 'Wonderstruck,' but it's her junior co-stars who hold the spotlight in this enthralling adaptation of Brian Selznick's illustrated novel for…

‘Wonderstruck’: How Todd Haynes Shot a Double-Period Film With Child Actors and Lots of Silence (Q&A)

The indie icon tells THR of the film-within-a-film structure of his unique competition entry, working with a deaf actress, and the benefits of working with Amazon.

Hammer Museum Honors Laurie Anderson, Todd Haynes While Trump’s “Locker Room Talk” Dominates Chatter

At the Bottega Veneta-sponsored affair, which raised $2 million for the Hammer, guests praised a pair of groundbreaking artists while also giving pause to the current political landscape, largely…

Critic’s Notebook: Gus Van Sant Gets His Moment at the Cinematheque Francaise

The director of 'Milk,' 'Elephant' and 'Good Will Hunting' is the subject of a career-long exhibition and retrospective at the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris.

‘Carol’ Leads London Critics’ Circle Film Nominations

Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara will go head-to-head in the actress category, while Tom Hardy has three separate acting nominations.

‘Carol’ Named Best Picture by Toronto Film Critics Association

The lesbian drama earned Todd Haynes the best director prize, while 'Legend' star Tom Hardy was named best actor and 'Phoenix' star Nina Hoss is best actress.