September 17, 2010
Freida Pinto thought dealing with reporters and photographers at big movie premieres would be a breeze after her experience on her first red carpet two years ago at the Toronto International Film Festival.
“I’m gonna tell you, there was not a single soul on the red carpet for ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’ Not a single soul. Just a photographer and one person doing the interview,” said Pinto, who came to the festival an unknown and left a rising star after the movie shot from obscurity to win the festival’s audience award for favorite film on its way to Academy Awards triumph and box-office success. Access the Full Story
September 15, 2010
“Thor” isn’t due out until May 2011, but one of the film’s stars – Sir Anthony Hopkins – said fans can expect something very special.
“It’s colossal,” he told Access Hollywood’s Scott “Movie” Mantz at the Toronto International Film Festival, of the upcoming Marvel comic, which is heading to the big screen. Access the Full Story
May 15, 2010
Love, death, the terrible pitfalls of aging, romance between older men and younger women — they’re all part of the Woody Allen canon, whether in his films or when he’s just shooting the breeze. Access the Full Story
May 12, 2010
The Cannes Film Festival gets off to a strapping start on Wednesday with Russell Crowe’s “Robin Hood,” though the lineup is leaner than usual, with fewer household names among the actors and directors at the world’s most prestigious cinema showcase. Access the Full Story