Greta Gerwig Talks Carole Lombard & Movie Musical Love

  Opening in limited release Friday in New York and Los Angeles, Maggie's Plan centers on Maggie Hardin (Greta Gerwig), a thirtysomething New Yorker whose plans to have a baby with a sperm donor (Travis Fimmel) takes a left turn after she falls in love with an anthropology professor (Ethan Hawke). Complicating matters is the … Continue reading Greta Gerwig Talks Carole Lombard & Movie Musical Love

Julianne Moore To Be Honored With Desert Palm Achievement Award

Julianne Moore will be honored with the Desert Palm Achievement Award, Actress at that 26th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF). Moore accepts the award Saturday, January 3rd, 2015 at the fest's annual Awards Gala. Hosted by Mary Hart and presented by Cartier, the event takes place at the Palm Springs Convention Center. "Throughout her career, … Continue reading Julianne Moore To Be Honored With Desert Palm Achievement Award

‘Maps To The Stars’ With Julianne Moore Set for 2015 Release

Per Variety, director David Cronenberg's Los Angeles set drama Maps to the Stars, will not hit the U.S. until early 2015. Focus World snagged the U.S. distribution rights to the drama from Entertone One (eOne), and reportedly Focus World has not decided if they will release the movie, which is headlined by Julianne Moore and … Continue reading ‘Maps To The Stars’ With Julianne Moore Set for 2015 Release

David Cronenberg On “Maps To The Stars” & His Creative Process

David Cronenberg's prodigious and acclaimed career goes all the way back to the 1960s, and the 71-year-old filmmaker has done his share of stellar work. The Fly, Videodrome, The Dead Zone, A History of Violence, and Eastern Promises rank among his finest cinematic forays. His latest project Maps to the Stars is based on an … Continue reading David Cronenberg On “Maps To The Stars” & His Creative Process

Julianne Moore On Diverse Acting Career: “I Like To Mix It Up”

It's hard to find an actor in Hollywood who's had a more diverse career than Julianne Moore. If you're a cinephile who digs indie films, you probably love her work with director Todd Haynes (Safe, Far From Heaven). Lately my tastes have veered towards genre driven projects, especially if they're thrillers (which is why I enjoyed Julianne Moore's … Continue reading Julianne Moore On Diverse Acting Career: “I Like To Mix It Up”