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Paul Thomas Anderson's cult drama "The Master" commanded a huge following in its opening weekend, smashing records on just a handful of screens.
"Resident Evil: Retribution" ruled the box office this weekend, taking in an estimated $21.1 million.
Actors and writers react to the death of writer-director Nora Ephron on Tuesday at age 71:
The tea party understands Wisconsin voters, no matter how many high-powered Democrats show up in the state before the big recall vote on Tuesday.
In a refreshingly open Oscar field, the surprises outweighed the snubs among the varied nominees announced Tuesday.
Washington Times film critic Peter Suderman sifts through the year's releases and offer his 10 favorite movies of 2011.
The New York Film Critics Circle named the silent film ode "The Artist" the year's best film Tuesday, giving the nostalgic black-and-white movie an early boost to its already promising Academy Awards prospects.
Celebrities took to Twitter _ many on Apple devices _ to share their thoughts about Steve Jobs' death Wednesday. A sampling of posts:
It's hard to know precisely what to make of "Drive," Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn's dazzling, brutal neo-noir about a Hollywood stunt driver (Ryan Gosling) who drives getaway cars for criminals in his off-hours.
Albert Brooks is a regular on Twitter, but he says his continued presence there depends on sales of his first book, "2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America."
He added, "And to the Academy: `You don't like me.
Brooks says, "I never talk to Steve in real life so it was fun to sort of talk to him occasionally on Twitter. ... It's like someone who I've never really run into much in my whole life."