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Topic - Elizabeth Olsen
Two thrillers released in theaters late last year — “Hours” and “Oldboy” — lead new movies on DVD this week.
There have been many stage and screen adaptations of "Therese Raquin," Emile Zola's 1867 novel about love and betrayal. Perhaps most notable was filmmaker Marcel Carne's 1953 version, "The Adultress," starring Simone Signoret and Raf Vallone. It was a classic slice of film noir; a feverish take on a sordid love affair.
Elizabeth Olsen will soon be a star-crossed lover — she'll star in an off-Broadway version of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet."
Elizabeth Olsen will soon be a star-crossed lover _ she'll star in an off-Broadway version of Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet."
After an autumn in which Sarah Paulson went through some pretty harrowing stuff, the idea of doing a play this winter in New York didn't initially seem like much of a reward.
Associated Press journalists open their notebooks at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah:
Fresh from shooting his new film, Spike Lee walked onto the basketball court at the O2 Arena clad in Knicks gear and ready to cheer on his team.
British Academy Film and Television Awards says 23-year-old British actress Juno Temple is one of five young stars shortlisted for the BAFTA Rising Star award.
Many wonder if Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will make good on her offer to testify about the Benghazi killings. But many also wonder if she is a buzz-worthy Hollywood property. Currently in development is "Rodham," a new dramatic movie chronicling Mrs. Clinton's adventures as a young, single Justice Department attorney who was working to impeach President Nixon while dallying with a certain ambitious politician from Arkansas named Bill.
"Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe has landed his first entry in the Sundance Film Festival.
Forty years after cavorting with the commies in Vietnam, "Hanoi Jane" reprises her role as an anti-war activist in Bruce Beresford's "Peace, Love & Misunderstanding."
"Dr. Seuss' the Lorax" has easily beaten Edgar Rice Burroughs' "John Carter" at the weekend box office.
"Martha Marcy May Marlene" offers a novel twist on the psychological thriller that takes you deep into the mind of a mentally disturbed individual: It's designed to drive you nuts.
Nine women were honored at Elle magazine's Women in Hollywood event, yet all were dazzled by one lady in particular.
Nine women were honored at the annual Women in Hollywood event Monday, yet two ladies in particular stole the show.
"We know each other from being Valley kids in L.A.," Olsen said, adding that she and Fanning have many friends in common.
"It took me six years to finish," she said. "It hasn't been simple (juggling work and school)... You gotta follow all the rules really well, and so it's been really hard. But I'm so appreciative of having a good education."