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On his triumphant return to acting in Dallas Buyers Club, the perks of being huge in Portugal, and making people cry (in a good way). Plus: A very special art surprise.
"I wasn't cast right off the bat," admits Elizabeth Olsen of her role in Spike Lee's Oldboy.
Patricia Clarkson, for every carefully selected role she takes on, manages to keep things interesting.
If you've ever wondered what Judi Dench is like, Sophie Kennedy Clark, who plays a younger version of her character in Philomena, will tell you: "She is the most luminous and warm and witty woman, and you just immediately take to her."
Now 45, feminist icon, musician, and unstoppable cultural force Kathleen Hanna serves as the subject of Sini Anderson's debut documentary, The Punk Singer.
Is there any fairy tale character more alluring than Peter Pan? Not only does he refuse to grow up—a sentiment we wholeheartedly endorse—he also battles pirates, has his very own following of charming hooligan misfits, and he can fly.
Following The Princess Bride's 25th anniversary screening and cast reunion at the 2012 New York Film Festival, lead actor Cary Elwes decided it was an appropriate time to write a memoir.
Philomena's personal tragedy is about to gain international attention —and perhaps a few Oscars—with The Weinstein Company's Philomena, a Stephen Frears-directed film starring Steve Coogan and Judi Dench.
Even if you refuse to believe that Michael Gates Gill can find happiness at Starbucks, there's no denying that he got Tom Hanks to option the film rights to his life story, with Gus Van Sant rumored to direct.
A change (actually, a bunch of changes) is gonna come to New York Fashion Week. Shuttles! Shuttles!! http://t.co/FEvKTL5PRr