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Andy Garcia Remembers His ‘Untouchables’ Co-Star Sean Connery

Andy Garcia recalls being inspired by Sean Connery growing up in Miami in the 1960s and later working with his boyhood hero in 'The Untouchables.' "It was destiny that I got to work with him."

‘Untouchables’ Screenwriter David Mamet Shares Touching Sean Connery Story

The Oscar winner — who died Saturday at 90 — made a personal call to a Mamet relative who'd fallen on hard times.

Critic’s Notebook: ‘The Untouchables’ 30 Years Later

In 1987, director Brian De Palma created a blockbuster dressed up in art house finery.

Kevin Costner to Receive Lifetime Achievement Honor at France’s Cesar Awards

The actor-director will receive an honorary award at the ceremony on Feb. 22.

A Guide to the Foreign Oscar Race

A film-by-film breakdown of the 71 films that qualified, from Afghanistan ("The Patience Zone") to Vietnam ("The Scent of Burning Grass").

‘Intouchables’ Helps Germany’s Senator to Record First Half

Turnover jumps 108 percent and profit tops $6 million at the Berlin-based producer/distributor.

‘Les Intouchables’ Boosts Gaumont’s First Semester Results

The breakout hit has sold millions of tickets across the globe and saw the French film company’s revenue reach 50.1 million euros

Italian Cinema Attendance Still Struggling

March was still the strongest month of the year so far.

Champs-Elysees Film Festival to Honor Harvey Weinstein With Career Homage

The producer also snagged distribution rights to "Artist" star Jean Dujardin’s next film "The Players."

French Comedy ‘Untouchables’ Passes ‘Pirates 4’ in Germany

The surprise hit has spent six weeks at number one, selling more than 5 million tickets in the territory.

Berlin Film Festival: THR’s Festival Daily

Meryl Streep was the prime minister of the Berlin International Film Festival on Tuesday, receiving almost as many Valentine's Day presents as questions during a crowded press conference.