Here's Saoirse Ronan Singing a Lullaby from Ryan Gosling's Lost River

Lost River, Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, stars Saoirse Ronan as a lead character by the name of Rat, a sorrowful young girl who sings herself to sleep every night. For the film soundtrack, which was scored by Johnny Jewel (Glass Candy, Drive soundtrack), Ronan sang a sad, sweet little lonely lullaby that's part… » 3/31/15 5:02pm Today 5:02pm

How I Live Now Is the Post-Apocalyptic Teenage Love Story We Deserve

We live in an age of cultural morbidity, which is exactly why we're getting yet another post-apocalyptic fantasy/nightmare movie — to let us all indulge our cynicism towards the human race. How I Live Now, based on Meg Rosoff's 2004 YA novel about a Manhattanite teenager who goes to live on a remote English farm… » 8/18/13 5:30pm 8/18/13 5:30pm

Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan Are Assassin BFFs in Violet and Daisy

Violet and Daisy stars Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan as two big-city gals just trying to make some extra money. By waiting tables, you ask? No, of course not — what a banal question. They kill people for money, people like James Gandolfini, a mysterious mark who might also be a therapist. He at least asks… » 5/02/13 11:00am 5/02/13 11:00am

Pretty Dresses and Befeathered Shoes at The Host Premiere

Even though I've read stuff about the movie The Host — based on a novel by Twilight's Stephenie Meyer — I have no idea WTF it's about. Aliens, body image, love? (Also, I've already seen an awesome movie called The Host, it was a Korean monster movie.) All I know is there were some cute dresses on display at a… » 3/28/13 12:05pm 3/28/13 12:05pm

There Are Weird Contact Lenses in The Host, But It's No Twilight

The final Twilight film is about to hit theaters, but we're not done with Stephenie Meyer projects yet: The film adaptation of the writer's sci-fi-romance novel, The Host, will be released in March 2013. » 11/15/12 6:30pm 11/15/12 6:30pm

Some Unsolicited Casting Suggestions For The Carrie Remake

Comic writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa — who has written for Big Love, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and worked on the graphic novel adaptation of Stephen King's The Stand — is penning the script for a remake of 1976 horror film Carrie. For those unfamiliar with the story, the trailer above gives most of it away:… » 5/20/11 4:50pm 5/20/11 4:50pm

Hanna Had Better-Than-Expected Box Office Numbers

On Friday, the film tied with Arthur for second place behind Hop, and ended up grossing a respectable $12 million this weekend. Did anyone see it? And do you agree that the director got it right? » 4/11/11 12:15pm 4/11/11 12:15pm

How Hanna Gets The Gun-Slinging Heroine Right

Joe Wright's new film Hanna revolves around a 16-year-old girl, raised in the woods and trained to be an assassin. Much like Hit Girl in Kick Ass and Babydoll in Sucker Punch, Hanna is a fearless killing machine in the form of a young woman with a gun. However: Not all female action heroes are created equally. There's… » 4/07/11 3:30pm 4/07/11 3:30pm

Kids Are All Right On This Red Carpet

Hanna's about an ass-kicking teen assassin. This NYC screening was all about ass-kicking teen fashion. » 4/07/11 10:40am 4/07/11 10:40am

Eric Bana always has the air of being ready to do a stunt, if necessary. Like Oscar Wilde and his wallpaper, Alice Callahan's dress and tights are engaged in mortal combat. Model Irina Sheik may be taking…

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The Stars Hit The Red Carpet For The BAFTAs

The British Academy Film Awards, perhaps better known as the BAFTAs, or "the British Oscars," are taking place in London this evening, and the stars are out in full force, wearing their glamorous awards-season best: » 2/21/10 2:25pm 2/21/10 2:25pm

NY Times Magazine's Young Actresses Portfolio Mixes It Up (A Little)

In The New York Times Magazine this weekend and online now: While Gabby Sidibe was shot in a Palm Beach-like interior, Saoirse Ronan, Abbie Cornish, Carey Mulligan, and Emily Blunt look stuck in a Lars Von Trier movie. [NYT] » 2/17/10 5:40pm 2/17/10 5:40pm

Blake & Amy Will Remarry; Gabourey Discusses Exclusion From Vanity Fair

Snookie & Co. Declare Themselves The New "Friends"; Gwyneth Paltrow…

Everyone's A Winner At The Critic's Choice Awards

Awards show season kept rolling right along last night with the 15th annual Critic's Choice Awards, and though not everyone left with a statue, the night was a victory for mostly everyone on the red carpet. » 1/16/10 11:40am 1/16/10 11:40am

The View Apologizes To Tiger's Lover; Ashlee Cast In Nicole's Sitcom

Peter Jackson Kills The Lovely Bones

Critics were horrified by The Lovely Bones, and not because it deals with the rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl. In Peter Jackson's hands, the complex themes of Alice Sebold's award-winning book are reduced to a sentimental CGI whodunit. » 12/11/09 6:40pm 12/11/09 6:40pm