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Benedict Cumberbatch Gets Mystical in First 'Doctor Strange' Trailer

By JJ Duncan on
And bald Tilda Swinton will teach him the ways of magic.Read Full Story

Whoopi Goldberg Mistaken for Oprah, Sandy Powell Mistaken for Tilda Swinton at the Oscars

By Cecily Trowbridge on
Just...ouch.Read Full Story

The Mad Genius of 'Hail, Caesar!' Recalls 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

By Joe Robberson on
The Coen brothers' latest shares some distinct traits with Wes Anderson's film.Read Full Story

There Are Tons of Coen Brothers Easter Eggs in the New 'Hail, Caesar!' Trailer

By Joe Robberson on
Clooney, McDormand, ransom notes, the 1950s - it all reeks of the Coens.Read Full Story

10 Actors Getting Snubbed This Awards Season

By Joe Robberson on
Get ready to see the same faces at every Awards Show with a bunch you won't see.Read Full Story

Do Not Miss 'Snowpiercer'

By Joe Robberson on
The steampunk thriller from Korea is the best action movie of 2014 so far.Read Full Story

'Only Lovers Left Alive' Explores the Downside of Immortality

By Joe Robberson on
Jim Jarmusch helms the best vampire flick since 'Let the Right One In'.Read Full Story

Tilda Swinton Trades in a Museum Box for Dancing Shoes

By Lani Conway on
Last time we checked Tilda Swinton was sleeping in a box and doing some weird house thing with David Bowie. Now it looks like the eccentric actress has gotten the case of some serious dance fever. Swinton made her presence known at Roger Ebert's Film Festival at the Virginia Theater on Saturday, April 20th, energizing a crowd of 1,500 with an enthusiastic dance-along to Barry White's "You're the First, the Last, My Everything." It was quite an all-smiles, celebratory affair on a day that is...Read Full Story

Tilda Swinton Stars In David Bowie's Intense New Music Video for 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)'

By Alicia Dennis on
(VEVO)Oh heck yes. In an age when artists are releasing teaser trailers to their placeholder lyric videos, leave it to David Bowie to drop an unsettling Flora Sigismondi mini-movie starring Tilda Swinton and androgynous model Andrej Pejic without even a hint of anticipatory buildup. Naturally, it's better than any other music video you've seen this week, and not just because it's David Bowie.Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'Moonrise Kingdom,' a Celebration of Love Above All

By Joe Robberson on
From Left: Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Wes Anderson (Photo by: Pacific Coast News). The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Anderson's tale of young love is brought to life with such style and ingenuity, it's impossible not to be swept away into his world. Wes Anderson, who is to American filmmaking what Kurt Vonnegut is to American fiction, has another jewel to add to his cinematic storefront in Moonrise Kingdom. Well past famous by now for his signature...Read Full Story