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30 Years Later, How The Terminator Became an Enduring Classic

How James Cameron turned a low-budget sci-fi movie into a multimedia empire. read more
Mon, 10/27/14 AT 11:40AM
Fashion & Style

Watch: Fendi's 'Weapon of Choice'

An exclusive look at the luxe details of the Italian brand Fendi's latest offering. read more
September 2014
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Artist Takashi Murakami on Making His Dark, "Murakamiesque" Children's Film, Jellyfish Eyes

We spoke with the Pop Art icon about his first feature film, the children's movie Jellyfish Eyes. read more
Fri, 05/09/14 AT 11:00AM
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Actor Michael Peña Takes the Lead

After more than a decade of scene-stealing work, he's finally landed his dream gig—playing Cesar Chavez on the big screen. Luckily, Peña knows that change doesn't happen overnight. read more
Thu, 03/20/14 AT 12:00PM
Body & Health

How to Build the Perfect Surfer's Body (Without Having to Surf)

Actor and avid wave chaser Rodrigo Santoro shows you how to get the kind of lean, chiseled physique you'd hate to hide in a wet suit. read more
August 2013
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New Film "Twenty Feet From Stardom" Showcases the Best Damn Singers You've Never Heard of

Overlooked and underappreciated, backup singers—for everyone from Elvis to Madonna—finally get their turn in the spotlight in the rollicking yet bittersweet doc Twenty Feet From Stardom. read more
Thu, 06/13/13 AT 12:30PM
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Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig on Making Frances Ha, the Film's Fashion Choices, and the Best Dish on the Menu at Bar Pitti

After establishing herself in mumblecore films like Joe Swanberg's Hannah Takes the Stairs (2007) and Nights and Weekends (2008) and Jay and Mark Duplass' Baghead (2008), Greta Gerwig significantly broadened her fanbase with her roles in Woody Allen's To Rome With Love (2012) and Greenberg (2010), director Noah Baumbach's follow-up to Margot at the Wedding (2007). Shot in black and white, France Ha secures Baumbach and Gerwig's position as a kind of holy trinity of writing, directing, and acting. read more
Wed, 05/15/13 AT 4:30PM
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Why It's the Perfect Time to Watch Terrence Malick's Badlands

Criterion is releasing its 40th-anniversary edition of Terrence Malick's first feature, Badlands, starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek, who were still baby-faced up-and-comers in 1973. read more
Fri, 03/15/13 AT 3:00PM
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Is Kickstarter the New Oscar Marketplace? Plus: 5 Films Worth Backing

More and more independent filmmakers are looking to the people--rather than major movie studios--to green light their latest projects. At this year's Sundance Film Festival, 10 percent of the films were funded, either in part or in full, via Kickstarter. Just last Sunday, Innocente, made history as the first (partially) crowd-funded film to win an Oscar, having tapped 294 backers and generating over $52,000. Here, five intriguing new Kickstarter projects you can back now to bring to the silver screen. read more
Fri, 03/01/13 AT 12:30PM
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James D'Arcy on Anthony Perkins, Gay Roles, and Madonna

Will the real Norman Bates please stand up? James D'Arcy on playing Hitchcock's famous psycho. read more
Wed, 11/21/12 AT 4:00PM
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