Ang Lee Named Filmmaker of the Year by DGA.
Knives drawn for Nader in 'Unreasonable Man.'
First pics from Alfonso Cuarón's The Children of Men (specifically, pictures of Clive Owen and Julianne Moore. Yeah, you want to see it now, don't you?).
Boob Job for Gwyneth?
'God Grew Tired of Us' worthy of wide audience:
More than four years in the making, "God Grew Tired of Us" is a labor of love not only for director Christopher Quinn but also for the three Lost Boys of Sudan who are the subject of the film. An incredibly powerful story of renewal, commitment and the resiliency of the human spirit, this is a movie that should attract a large theatrical audience, and no one will go home disappointed. In 1983, about 25,000 boys from southern Sudan, most of them 5 to 10 years old, fled the advancing Muslim army from the north that was seeking to exterminate the male population of black Christians. The Lost Boys, as they came to be known, trekked barefoot for more than 1,000 miles and eventually settled in a U.N. refuge camp in Kakuma, Kenya, which is where Quinn started filming.Blogger Gains Following With Iraq Reports:
After getting himself embedded as a freelance journalist with troops last year, he used his Internet blog to report on the car bombs, firefights and dead soldiers. But he also wrote descriptively about acts of compassion and heroism, small triumphs in the country's crawl toward democracy and the gritty inner workings of the military machine.
Yon's dispatches have been extolled by loyal readers as gutsy and honest reporting by a guy who's not afraid to get his hands dirty. He has been interviewed and his blog quoted by major newspapers and TV news networks, and he has drawn comparisons to Ernie Pyle, the renowned World War II correspondent who shared the trenches with fighting soldiers.
Actor Bruce Willis is a fan and has said he wants to make a movie about the exploits of the 1st Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment—aka the "Deuce Four"—which Yon followed through battles against insurgents in Mosul.