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One of the obvious benefits to making a biopic about a famous painter: getting to use that artist’s work for your movie poster. There’s no mistaking the distinct creations of Margaret Keane, whose oil paintings are characterized by waifs with … READ MORE

We’re already excited for Bill Murray‘s new comedy, St. Vincent, and this exclusive new poster encapsulates everything potentially great about it. Noami Watts is looking out of her element behind the wheel, Murray is just cruisin’ with some elderly person glasses on, … READ MORE

  Bill Murray is no Hugh Jackman – you won’t catch him crooning show tunes on the Broadway stage (though to be fair, Hugh Jackman is no Bill Murray, either). But the comic actor (and source of all that is … READ MORE

If Bill Murray rolled up to your place in a convertible, dressed to the nines (or at least his version of it), you’d pay attention, wouldn’t you? Say he wanted to sell you drugs to make a little extra cash … READ MORE

In the annals of popular art, the work and life of Margaret Keane stands as a singular tale, on the canvas and off. While the images she created are universally familiar, little is commonly known about the woman behind them … READ MORE

Bill Murray hasn’t had a true lead role in a movie since 2005′s “Broken Flowers,” but that will change next month with the release of “St. Vincent.” The Weinstein Company film stars Murray as the title character, a misanthrope with … READ MORE

Director Morten Tyldum’s “The Imitation Game ” (TWC) has won the Grolsch People’s Choice Award at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. The pic, which also screened at Telluride, stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Cambridge mathematician, cryptanalyst and pioneering computer scientist Alan … READ MORE

Prada and The Cinema Society hosted a special screening (and a swanky after party) for “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby.” Although Ned Benson’s debut feature “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” first appeared (in its original two segments) at the 2013 … READ MORE

Mia Wasikowska, the 24-year-old star of “Tracks,” wasn’t even born when Robyn Davidson made her one-woman, nine-month trek across the Australian outback in 1977. She wasn’t alive when a string of producers began trying—and failing—to make a movie based on … READ MORE

Friday is Bill Murray Day at the Toronto International Film Festival, and one good way to celebrate is to watch the first clip from St. Vincent, Murray’s latest film. Murray plays Vincent, a ne’er-do-well who begins taking care of Oliver, the boy who just moved in next … READ MORE