Julianne Nicholson and Martin Henderson
The road of great expectations invariably contains its share of potholes. So it is with SundanceTV's The Red Road (Thursday, 9/8c), a lugubrious six-episode drama that's as overwrought as it is underwhelming, representing a rare misfire for the channel that brought us such outstanding originals as Top of the Lake and Rectify last year.
Spider-man fans are going to have to wait a little longer to meet Mary Jane Watson.
Shailene Woodley, who takes on the role most recently made famous by Kristen Dunst in the original...
Interview with the Vampire (Kirsten Dunst inset)
There are any number of women who would jump at the opportunity to have their first kiss be with Brad Pitt — but according to Kirsten Dunst, who's had the experience firsthand, it's not that great.
Brad Pitt and Laramie Eppler
The director of the best film at Cannes wasn't there to collect his award. But it wasn't because Lars von Trier won. Instead, it was the famously publicity-shy Terrence Malick, whose The Tree of Life took the Palme d'Or.
The Associated Press reported that the producers of the winning movie, which stars...
Lars Von Trier
If Lars von Trier's Melancholia wins at the Cannes film festival, he won't be able to accept the award — because he's "persona non grata" in the wake of his comments that he's a Nazi who can "understand" Hitler.
The festival — which awarded the filmmaker its top prize in 2000 for Dancer in the Dark — condemned his remarks, as did Jewish groups, which lauded the event organizers for their actions.
Lars Von Trier
Lars von Trier loves to shock. Just watch his movies. But he also likes to say shocking things. Remember when he said former President George W. Bush dreamed of being whipped by Condoleezza Rice? Well, now he says that he's a Nazi who can "understand" Hitler.
At a Cannes film festival news conference, he said he found out "he was really a Nazi, because my family was German ... which also gave me some pleasure. ... I understand Hitler. But I think he did some wrong things. Yes, absolutely ... I sympathize with him a little bit."
Kirsten Dunst isn't apologizing for partying a little too hard.
"When you're a single girl in your twenties, yeah, you go out with your friends," she tells the December 2010/January 2011 issue of BlackBook magazine. "And sometimes you drink too much. I don't know anybody else, with any type of job, who doesn't do that."
Get ready to see a whole lot more of Kirsten Dunst.
The actress has a nude shower scene with Ryan Gosling in her new film, All Good Things, and will take it all off again in her next movie, Melancholia.
"So [fans will] get used to seeing me naked," she tells Vanity Fair. "Trust me, they'll ...
An ominous soundtrack of frantic fiddlin' sets the tone for "Bad Blood," the premiere episode of True Blood's third season, in which most of our beloved main characters are in a state. Sookie is searching for Bill, who's been kidnapped by an unusual bunch of bad guys who we'll be seeing a lot this season. Tara, Andy and Jason have come up with their own strategies for dealing with Eggs' death. After a not-so-friendly visit from the Queen, Eric and Pam need Lafayette's help. Sam tracks down his family in Arkansas. Jessica still has a lot to learn about being a vampire. And Arlene has some big news!
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Spider-Man is about to face his biggest obstacle yet: high school.
The film franchise is getting a reboot to focus on Peter Parker's teenage years, Columbia Pictures and Marvel Pictures announced Monday.
The as-yet-untitled film — written by James Vanderbilt, who wrote the screenplay to 2007's serial-killer drama Zodiac — is tentatively set for a summer 201...