Kevin Smith (aka Silent Bob) jokes that his favourite part of making movies is the question-and-answer sessions after they screen. Or maybe he's not joking.
Entourage's Jeremy Piven claims he isn’t worried about being typecast as superagent Ari Gold. And his new part in Guy Ritchie’s latest gangster opus isn’t exactly an acting...
Director Guy Ritchie discusses his latest film, RocknRolla, a story of culture clashes and a series of double, triple, and quadruple crosses between British mobsters, more British...
The Real Time host's first documentary aims to inject a shot of cynicism into American faith, and perhaps a prayer of controversy.
TORONTO—One of the most star-studded events at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival featured a green carpet, not a red one.
When the directing brothers wanted to cast an actor as a gum-chomping, geeky-looking, flamboyant moron, there was one actor at the top of their wish list––not who you'd expect.
The Coen brothers’ quirky espionage-caper comedy, Burn After Reading, wasn’t intended as the follow-up to their Academy Award–winning No Country for Old Men.
One of Bollywood's biggest stars is fast becoming a fixture in Canadian films too, and her role in a modern-day fairy tale about a rickshaw driver and a billionaire should help...
(Mark Leiren-Young, director of The Green Chain and an occasional Straight contributor, sent this e-mail from Barcelona)
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