In Vanity Fair, Mark Seal chronicles the byzantine backstory of the greatest crime film of all in The Godfather Wars. Warren Beatty as Michael Corleone?
Alec Baldwin chats about 30 Rock, evangelical brother Stephen and his roles as star and producer in the independent “Lymelife,” first-time director Derick Martini’s suburban drama set in 1979 Long Island which opens this month across the country.
“Gomorra” director Matteo Garrone delves Inside “The System” with Cineaste’s Richard Porton.
Pedro Almodovar’s latest work, “Broken Embraces,” starring Penelope Cruz, has just opened in Spain, will reportedly compete at Cannes in May, and then appear on U.S. screens much later in the year. The director kept a fascinating and fun multilingual blog during the making of the film.
One Film Wonder: As the crew of the Erebus journey deeper up the Nung River, “Apocalypse Now” becomes more harrowing, trippy and surreal; when they reach the Do Long bridge, they encounter crystalline anarchy.
Herb Rice — who has only one other role in his entire resume, as a “pool player” in “Rumble Fish” — is the intensely tranquilized and badass Roach who lets Captain Willard know exactly who’s in command.