The thriller reunites Clooney with his Ocean's Eleven co-star Julia Roberts
Imrie is one of Britain's best-loved actresses, having appeared in numerous television, film and stage productions over the past five decades. Her second novel, 'Nice Work (If You Can Get It)', is out on 1 March
The organisation will announce its first project at this year's Cannes Film Festival
He's the first Australian filmmaker to assume the position
Adèle Exarchopoulos exploded onto the scene in ‘Blue is the Warmest Colour’. Now she’s raising hell playing an anarchist
The first female director to win the Palme d'Or said she 'can't wait' until May
The DreamWorks Animation boss thinks he's found a new way to make money from TV shows
When asked why he robbed banks, the legendary American criminal Willie Sutton replied: “Because that’s where the money is?”
After a downbeat and water-logged opening, fine films from the Coens, Clio Barnard and Hirokazu Kore-eda lifted the mood at this year's film festival
Ladies? Don't make Jerry Lewis laugh.
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Baz Luhrmann has shrugged off the criticism of his big screen adaptation of The Great Gatsby, taking inspiration from its author F Scott Fitzgerald, who was “horrendously criticised” when the novel was published.
A wet and controversial Cannes has still produced some excellent films, says Geoffrey Macnab
I fear that someone has been having our Gallic friends across la Manche on. Somehow, they've come to believe that the pasty-faced, soap-dodging would-be troubadour that is Pete Doherty is not only cool, but that he is a sensible choice for the romantic lead in a period film.
Brad Pitt's role as a brutal mob enforcer is not just a gangster story but a commentary on modern living, he said today.
Doherty is perfectly cast as 19th-century dandy