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Tribeca: Spacey, Shakespeare, and Sightseeing

6 hours ago | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Tribeca Film Festival Coverage continues. Here's abstew on a Kevin Spacey doc

"That's why the film is called 'Now', it's not just the first word spoken at the beginning of the play, but it was meant to evoke that immediacy of live theatre. It's happening right now, in front of you," director Jeremy Whelehan said to a packed audience at the world premiere of his documentary film Now: In the Wings on a World Stage.

The film chronicles The Bridge Project, a transatlantic theatre company that was a collaboration of the British Old Vic (which for the past 10 years has had two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey at the helm as Artistic Director) and New York's Bam, and the last production the company performed, Richard III. The documentary (which Spacey also produced) goes behind the scenes of director Sam Mendes' production of the Shakespeare work about the deformed, power-hungry king and the year long, »

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Happy Anniversary 'Kill Bill Vol. 2'! Watch Vintage 45-Minute Talk With Quentin Tarantino & Charlie Rose Plus Read The Script

18 April 2014 8:35 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

With the dire "Transcendence" opening today, and next week's big release coming in the shape of the Fox comedy "The Other Woman," you might think April isn't a great time to head to the multiplex. But ten years ago, Quentin Tarantino gave movie buffs a reason to flock to theatres in big numbers in the spring On April 16, 2004 — can you believe it's been ten years? — "Kill Bill Vol. 2" opened, capping off the writer/director's epic saga. The anniversary gives us an excuse to take a trip back in time, so here's a lengthy, 45-minute chat with Charlie Rose. It's pretty good stuff, with Tarantino revealing right from the start he'd been working on a World War II script (probably "Inglourious Basterds") first, but it was getting too long and unwieldy, so he switched over to start penning "Kill Bill" instead. Tarantino is a lively ranconteur, so be sure to check that out. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Listen: On Kcrw's The Treatment, Mindy Kaling Tells Elvis Mitchell "I'll Never Be Demure"

14 April 2014 11:21 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

"The Mindy Project" star and creator Mindy Kaling recently came aboard Kcrw's The Treatment podcast to talk about the show and her career with film critic Elvis Mitchell. Listen below. Now in the thick of its second season, Fox's "The Mindy Project" was just renewed for a third season. Much like HBO's "Girls," "Mindy" revolves around the professional and romantic foibles of a flawed, flustered but career-driven young woman. She describes it as both a workplace sitcom and a "dating show about people who are loosely bonded by their work but are desperately single and want to form relationships." Kaling recently spoke candidly with Charlie Rose about race and women. Read highlights and watch video here.

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- Ryan Lattanzio

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Listen: On Kcrw's The Treatment, Mindy Kaling Tells Elvis Mitchell "I'll Never Be Demure"

14 April 2014 11:21 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

"The Mindy Project" star and creator Mindy Kaling recently came aboard Kcrw's The Treatment podcast to talk about the show and her career with film critic Elvis Mitchell. Listen below. Now in the thick of its second season, Fox's "The Mindy Project" was just renewed for a third season. Much like HBO's "Girls," "Mindy" revolves around the professional and romantic foibles of a flawed, flustered but career-driven young woman. She describes it as both a workplace sitcom and a "dating show about people who are loosely bonded by their work but are desperately single and want to form relationships." Kaling recently spoke candidly with Charlie Rose about race and women. Read highlights and watch video here. »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Film Review: ‘Blumenthal’

28 March 2014 12:03 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The playwright Harold Blumenthal is already dead at the start of “Blumenthal,” and so, for the most part, is the movie, a limp facsimile of a Woody Allen ensembler set in a familiar world of New York Jewish intellectuals — minus only the wit, and the intellect. An extended cameo by Brian Cox as the eponymous scribe proves a mildly amusing balm in this otherwise resoundingly unfunny affair designed as a showcase for writer-director-star Seth Fisher, whose comic gifts remain well hidden even after the end credits have rolled. Following an undistinguished fest run in 2013, the pic opens in limited theatrical release this weekend with VOD soon to follow.

Cox, who gave one of his most memorable screen performances as the real-life screenwriting guru Robert McKee in Spike Jonze’s “Adaptation,” doesn’t strike one as particularly Semitic, but otherwise makes a good fit for the role of the Neil Simon »

- Scott Foundas

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TV Networks Break Into Regular Programming To Report Fate of Malaysia Airline 370

24 March 2014 9:07 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Several broadcast outlets broke into regularly scheduled programming around 10 a.m. eastern  to relay the latest – and seemingly final – details on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight that has captivated so many around the world.

The details announced today may signal an end is coming to the story. The Malaysian Prime Minister  Najib Razar declared the plane has crashed into a remote area of the Indian Ocean and that no one survived the crash.

CBS News, NBC News and ABC News both broke in to report details. For NBC NewsMatt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie of “Today” anchored from New York, with Tom Costello in Washington, Kier Simmons in Kuala Lumpur, Bob Hager on set, and Bill Neely in Perth, Australia. For ABC News,  Josh Elliott of “Good Morning America” anchored with correspondent David Kerley from New York,  anchor and correspondent Bob Woodruff from Kuala Lumpur, correspondent David Wright from Perth, »

- Brian Steinberg

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Blu-ray Review: ‘George Washington’ Re-Release Recalls Introduction of Great Director

13 March 2014 9:18 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – Before “Snow Angels”, “Prince Avalanche”, or even “The Sitter”, director David Gordon Green flexed his film school muscles in his unabashed inauguration, “George Washington”. Eying its body, the 2000 film shares qualities other first-timers huff when trying to be taken seriously by the arthouse crowd. Especially with the films that were assuredly motivated by Green’s work like 2012’s “Beasts of the Southern Wild”, “George Washington” celebrates storytelling instruments like whimsical young voiceover, shots that are equally distinct & questionable, and the raw potential of non-actors.

With crime becoming a famous trend for first-time directors hungry for authorship, (Tarantino, Anderson, R. Johnson, Malle, and Godard among others), Green chose the other option, to make an obscure film where the story is background to a thickly atmospheric foreground. (Oddly enough, Malick did both).

Rating: 4.5/5.0

But what makes “George Washington” more exceptional than its comparisons is its soul, which can be seen past »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Criterion Collection: George Washington | Blu-ray Review

11 March 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

As director David Gordon Green returns to the mind frame of independent cinema with a duo of films like Prince Avalanche and (especially) the soon to be theatrically released Joe, Criterion revamps his 2000 feature debut, George Washington at a time that seems ripe for reexamination both in Gordon’s own eclectic filmography and the American independent film scene at large. Insomuch as snagging a slot in the Criterion lineup with a debut film, Green’s title is a definitive standout (Lena Dunham’s 2010 feature Tiny Furniture also comes immediately to mind), and after almost a decade and half later, we can look back and see a brilliant filmmaker already working a magic rarely seen in the independent realm both then and (even more notably) now.

There is an omnipresent nostalgia to be felt while watching George Washington, whether it be your first viewing or one of several rewatches, as it concerns a group of kids, »

- Nicholas Bell

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Watch: Wes Anderson Praises 'Wolf Of Wall Street' Plus Red Band 'Budapest Hotel' Trailer & More

11 March 2014 6:05 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It broke per-screen averages last weekend — 9th all-time and 1st in limited — and with Wes Anderson’s delightful “The Grand Budapest Hotel” opening in more theaters at the end of this week, Fox Searchlight has released a couple of more trailers to move those tickets but not before Anderson has a thing or two to say about one of the more controversial films released last year. During a recent stop at Charlie Rose, Anderson was asked about his relationship with Martin Scorsese — a long-time admirer of Anderson since “Bottle Rocket,” and even penned an essay extolling Anderson’s virtues that was used in that film’s Criterion release — which lead to him gushing about the iconic director. In particular, Anderson singled out “The Wolf of Wall Street,” saying the controversial film was “so entertaining all the way through, you don’t even think about how big this thing is. How »

- Cain Rodriguez

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HBO Unveils Promo For John Oliver’s New Topical Late-Night Weekly ‘Last Week Tonight’: Video

7 March 2014 1:48 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

HBO has unveiled its promo for Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, which unveils on April 27 (see below).  The new weekly satire current events show from the former The Daily Show With Jon Stewart correspondent (and stand-in host) will air at 11 Pm on Sundays. Last November, HBO announced it had snagged Oliver to do a weekly show. Oliver took his final Daily Show bow in December, and  Stewart had him in tears as he surprised the Brit comic with his own retrospective, on his last day. During the ambush,  Oliver, who’d been with the Comedy Central late-night program for more than seven years, was mostly speechless and fighting tears. Oliver got rave reviews covering for Stewart over the summer on Comedy Central while Stewart took time off to direct his first film, Rosewater. And though Oliver told PBS’ Charlie Rose in an interview, “I don’t think it’s »

- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist

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News Nuggets: Oscar nominees celebrate final moments before the big show

1 March 2014 9:12 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos celebrates with the director of Netflix’s "The Square" Jehane Noujaim and Charlie Rose at the home of Sarandos and his wife, Nicole A. Avant, at a toast for the Academy Award-nominated documentary “The Square” this weekend. Dame Helen Mirren and producer Cathy Schulman co-host the annual Women in Film pre-Oscars event in Los Angeles. Among the attendees were Oscar nominees Lupita Nyong'o ("12 Years a Slave"), June Squibb ("Nebraska"), Julie Delpy ("Before Midnight"), and producers from "Captain Phillips," "Dallas Buyers Club," "Frozen," "Philomena," and "The Wolf of Wall Street." Others included Lake Bell, Jaime King, Sarah Paulson, Elisabeth Rohm, and Gabourey Sidibe. L.A. Times. Sandy Cohen reveals the secrets behind Oscar rehearsals on Friday. Pharrell Williams practiced his song "Happy" with a choir of h »

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Watch: ‘60 Minutes’ 1981 Episode About Abscam Plus 30-Minute Talk With David O. Russell & Bradley Cooper

26 February 2014 1:34 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

The ballot boxes are now closed on Oscar voting, and the fate of months worth of interviews, photo shoots, promo, publicity and more rest in the hands of those dudes from PricewaterhouseCoopers who oversee the count that determines who gets a shiny new paperweight, and who doesn't. And David O. Russell's "American Hustle" is in the mix in a big way with 10 Oscar nominations. So what can you do until Sunday night? Well, sit back and check out these extensive videos. First up, CBS has dropped their vintage 1981 "60 Minutes" (via Deadline) story on Mel Weinberg, the real-life inspiration for Christian Bale's Irving Rosenfeld in "American Hustle." Just like in the movie, he was the mastermind behind the Abscam stings (in conjunction with the FBI). He even met with Bale to talk about what he'd done and the character the actor was going to play. This video gives the background you need. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Off the Carpet: A most competitive, campaign-heavy season heads into the final turn

24 February 2014 11:42 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It's almost over. Voting for the 86th annual Academy Awards ends tomorrow at 5pm Pt. Most ballots have already been turned in, of course, and many were probably coming in early, as paper ballots somehow again hit mailboxes a week ahead of the official opening of online polls on Feb. 14. What will one of the most competitive seasons on record have to show for itself on Sunday night? When the dust settles, we'll certainly have seen one of the more campaign-heavy seasons to date. No one has just rolled over and some have pulled out all the stops. Just look at Paramount's push for "The Wolf of Wall Street," which just went for it with a vibrant "Because It's Awesome" outdoor campaign. Warner Bros. tapped a more emotional vein in TV spots for "Gravity," highlighting it as more than "just" a feat of craftsmanship. And though characteristically reserved on a »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Watch: VFX Show & Tell Reel For 'Gravity' Plus 20-Minute 'Charlie Rose' Talk With Sandra Bullock & Alfonso Cuarón

21 February 2014 8:15 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

By now you've seen Alfonso Cuarón's "Gravity"—perhaps even two or three times—and as it heads toward Oscar night with 10 nominations, and with some serious momentum behind it, here's an opportunity to go behind the scenes of the much-talked-about thriller. Visual effects house Framestore has unveiled a pretty nifty, 2 1/2-minute "show and tell" reel that highlights the extensive digital work they did to help Cuarón's film achieve the sweaty, tension-filled realism that we saw on the big screen. And for even more background, the director and star Sandra Bullock recently stopped by "Charlie Rose" for a 20-minute talk about the production. The actress shares her initial reluctance to take on the role, the trickiness of the highly technical filmmaking, her character, the themes and much, more more alongside the filmmaker. Check it all out below—"Gravity" hits home video on February 25th. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Watch: Four Charming Clips from Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

13 February 2014 1:27 PM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

A delightful new clip from Wes Anderson's Berlin fave "The Grand Budapest Hotel" has arrived via Fox Searchlight, in which Zero (Tony Revolori) hatches a plan to protect baker Agatha (Saoirse Ronan). Watch that clip, plus three previously released teases, below. Anderson's arch visual flourishes are front and center in this period film starring Ronan, Revolori, Bill Murray, Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, Tilda Swinton, Lea Seydoux and Jude Law among many others and Anderson mainstays. Here's our review, Berlin press conference coverage and roundtable quiz. Also, watch Bill Murray's illuminating, in-depth chat with Charlie Rose, in which he discusses "Budapest" and his storied career, here. »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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The Best Interview of the Week Is This One-Hour Chat with Bill Murray

13 February 2014 1:00 PM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

  Get ready to have the pants charmed off of you — but not in a weird way. Bill Murray has already captured our hearts thanks to his poetic everyman roles and fun loving public antics (like crashing kickball games and karaoke parties). We fell in love with him just a little bit harder after watching this fantastic interview with Charlie Rose. Murray pulled back the curtain just a tiny bit to invite us into his beautiful mind, revealing the Oscar speech he never got to give (and making fun of those who ramble on and on and… ), what he whispered to Scarlett Johansson at the end of Lost in Translation, how riding high on a string of awards almost kept him from feeling humble, and admitting how hard it is to sometimes just be yourself (praising actors like John...

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Watch: Illuminating & Fascinating Hour-Long ‘Charlie Rose’ Interview With Bill Murray

13 February 2014 8:18 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Though George Clooney’s wartime drama “Monuments Men” underwhelmed with critics last weekend, the film’s release has been a thrill simply for the many appearances from its star-studded cast. That especially holds true for Bill Murray, who last month held a candid Reddit Ama talking the folly of “Garfield” among other topics, and now follows that up with an extended chat with one of the world’s most established interviewers. The “Broken Flowers” actor recently split from Clooney, John Goodman, Cate Blanchett, and the rest of the “Monuments Men” cast on their press tour to stop by “Charlie Rose," and the ensuing one-hour interview is at once forthright, insightful, and of course quite funny. While still keeping his mystique intact, an affable Murray discusses a wide range of topics: his constant awareness to try new experiences; the much-publicized methods of getting his attention for roles; and also his relationship »

- Charlie Schmidlin

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Watch: Fascinating One-Hour Chat with Bill Murray on Life & Career

13 February 2014 8:09 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

While Charlie Rose isn't as mainstream as something like "Inside the Actors Studio" or any of the late night talk shows, whenever a filmmaker or actor of note sits down with the spectacular interviewer, there's some very interesting conversations that take place. The latest episode featuring a one-hour chat with iconic comedian and actor Bill Murray is no different. In a new, fancier location, Rose sits down with Murray to talk about his career, but there's also some interesting turns into the actor's personal life, something which Murray rarely discusses in any of his appearances that have short interviews. It's just an awesome interview. Here's the Bill Murray interview with Charlie Rose from Hulu (via The Film Stage): The interview above contains reference to the way Murray seems to leisurely live his life with countless stories and photo evidence from fans all over the Internet describing their unique encounters with the star of Stripes, »

- Ethan Anderton

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Watch Bill Murray Chat With Charlie Rose for Nearly an Hour

13 February 2014 6:10 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

"We're living this life, we're in this life, and if you're not available, a sort of ordinary amount of time goes past and you didn't live it. The day passes and you didn't live it. If you're available, life gets huge ... it becomes much more full, you're really living it." And that's just in the first ten minutes of this nearly hour-long talk between Bill Murray and Charlie Rose — one that spans the actor's home life, work life, personal philosophies, and how he stays "game" for anything. (Including crashing peoples' pick-up basketball games.) »

- Lindsey Weber

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Bill Murray On Playing It Straight to Charlie Rose

12 February 2014 12:08 PM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Bill Murray is the man. More than a man, he has become an image representative of modern man. A sort of “everyman” who is anything but. And it is safe to also assume that most of the world loves Bill Murray. He just has proven to be both a super star And someone who is [&hellip

Bill Murray On Playing It Straight to Charlie Rose »

- Remy Carreiro

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