Anne Hathaway will play Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises.
Armond White responds to that gossip surrounding the now-legendary New York Film Critics Circle Awards ceremony.
Roger Ebert leads with his chin.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced its Foreign Language Film shortlist. We're guessing Dogtooth, still in the running, made the shortlist in phase two of the voting process by the grace of that face-saving executive committee.
The Columbia Journalism Review thinks we're omnivorous.
Eric Kohn interviews Ignatiy Vishnevetsky.
Britney Spears becomes just the second artist in the Billboard Hot 100's 52-year history to debut multiple songs at No. 1.
New Directors/New Films 2011 is coming soon and six titles have already been announced.
For Salon, Matt Zoller Seitz reviews that constellation of cooks that make up Parks and Recreations (see also his review the risqué MTV show Skins).
A colleague of Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Rasulov, filmmaker Rafi Pitts, who now lives in Paris, reacts to the harsh sentences handed to his friends.
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