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As superficial and silly as it may seem, the title of a film can really help or hurt the project’s financial prospects. A great title can be memorable and instantly recognizable, leading to increased buzz and, hopefully, ticket sales. A terrible title …

When you’re an accomplished, Oscar-winning filmmaker like Sam Mendes, you better believe the floodgates will open with actors wanting to work with you. The filmmaker, who is probably best known for “American Beauty,” “Road to Perdition,” and his two ‘B…

When men and women dream, they can literally fly, yet like Icarus’ journey, triumph can just as easily transform into tragedy if exuberance overcomes common sense. Indeed, what brings out the best in people can also lead to the worst when good intentio…

If you thought there couldn’t possibly be another way to put Colin Firth on a boat, you’d be wrong. While this time he isn’t hiding on one to avoid Meryl Streep or rowing while listening to poetry being read, Firth is back, not only o…

Skateboarding on the cinematic spectrum of punk to mainstream, Danish filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg no longer wears ripped jeans. Once the co-conspirator behind the Dogme 95 manifesto with Lars Von Trier — a raw, minimalist, limitations-driven punk-cinem…

It has been six years since Thomas Vinterberg unveiled his Oscar-nominated psycho-drama “The Hunt” at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012, though it feels as if it were just yesterday. READ MORE: Toronto International Film Festival: 22 Most…

Disney has been bringing back everyone’s old favorites lately, with great success, and it seems like the studio’s only mode of business is “Star Wars,” Marvel, and reboots/remakes. The latest in this trend of making what’s old new again is “Mary …