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Robert De Niro, an actor of few words, and a film of hardly any words could prove a perfect match as the Cannes Film Festival prepares to hand out its awards.
You won't catch Brad Pitt doing fatherhood in a small way, on screen or in his real family life with Angelina Jolie.
Terrence Malick lived up to both his public and professional reputation Monday at the Cannes Film Festival, remaining out of sight while premiering a film that left crowds buzzing over its thematic scope, emotional depth and visual grandeur.
Terrence Malick's long-awaited drama "The Tree of Life" debuted Monday to a mix of harsh boos and enthusiastic applause at the Cannes Film Festival.
Animals of many sorts mix it up in "Kung Fu Panda 2," yet for all the fighting, voice stars Jack Black and Angelina Jolie said the animated sequel carries a message of nonviolence.
The Cannes Film Festival is like Rick's Cafe Americain, Humphrey Bogart's nightclub in "Casablanca" about which one character proclaims, "Everybody comes to Rick's."
The screen adaptation of Ayn Rand's blockbuster 1957 novel "Atlas Shrugged," which opens Friday in a smattering of theaters, is far from a full-bore Hollywood extravaganza. You might think Rand enthusiasts with big-screen dreams would be sorely disappointed. But you'd be wrong.
Pedro Almodovar's story of a plastic surgeon bent on exacting vigilante justice and Terrence Malick's period piece about three Midwestern brothers, starring Brad Pitt, are among 19 movies vying for the top prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
The folks over at TMZ would have had a field day tracking Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh with flip cameras in hand. "Damn You, Scarlett O'Hara: The Private Lives of Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier" recounts the sundry affairs of two of Hollywood's biggest personalities.