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Topic - Maggie Gyllenhaal
Maggie Gyllenhaal will make her Broadway debut this fall opposite Ewan McGregor in "The Real Thing."
Rock stars, Hollywood actors, comedians and writers Wednesday released a video lauding confessed Wikileaks leaker Pfc. Bradley E. Manning, who is being court-martialed for passing out hundreds of thousands of classified documents.
Adam Sandler's monster mash-up "Hotel Transylvania" has brought the weekend box office back to life after a late-summer slump.
"Won't Back Down" is an issue-advocacy feature film, the sort of agitprop that liberals have been churning out in prodigious volume and variety for decades. But this time, the message movie is dramatizing an issue conservatives can rally behind.
Perhaps it's karma. Where the George W. Bush years saw a seemingly endless skein of liberal films hitting theaters, it looks like conservatives might finally be getting their turn at the multiplexes.
The focus of the save-our-school drama "Won't Back Down" practically assures it will fail to join the ranks of great, or even good, education tales.
Here are highlights of Hollywood's fall and holiday movie lineup:
If you want to get a good idea of Katie Holmes, actress -- as opposed to tabloid star -- you can't do any better than "Pieces of April," a gem from 2003 in which she plays a pony-tailed, tattooed New Yorker desperately trying to prove herself to her visiting suburban family with an improvised, downtown Thanksgiving dinner.
Like the inventors of the vibrator it depicts, "Hysteria" really aims to please. And like an inattentive lover displaced by the sexual aid, the film never quite satisfies.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard have welcomed a second daughter.
U.S. director Tanya Wexler says her comedy "Hysteria," about the Victorian-era invention of the vibrator, is all about empowering women.
Bill Nighy and Rachel Weisz's British spy tale "Page Eight" has been chosen to close next month's Toronto International Film Festival, one of the world's biggest cinema showcases.
Since landing his first gig as a 4-month-old infant in "The Company She Keeps," Jeff Bridges has played some of the more memorable movie roles of our time, such as an aimless border town teen in "The Last Picture Show" and the easygoing Dude in "The Big Lebowski."
Maggie Gyllenhaal and her husband, Peter Sarsgaard, will be together again on stage next year in another off-Broadway play by Anton Chekhov.
British star Emma Thompson has been enshrined in concrete outside the historic Pig 'n Whistle pub on Hollywood Boulevard.