Sometimes a way of keeping creative control or a friendly favor, the second unit director has sometimes been more famous than the person in the main director's chair. Here's a quartet who Steven Soderbergh will be following as he lenses some of the action for Gary Ross' adaptation of "The Hunger Games."
The resignation of the Apple CEO means the end of an era, but his legacy goes far beyond being a technological innovator, changing the way we see movies and the movies we see. Here are the five ways his impact on the film industry will continue to be felt.
Al Pacino and Neil Patrick Harris are just two actors brave enough to attach their own names when sending up the personas they've built onscreen. Here's some of our other favorites.
The director of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World" invaded the Los Angeles rep house.
By not making the final cut of "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," James Gandolfini joins a fairly illustrious club of actors who have seen major roles cut down to size.
Think Ferris Bueller is the only one to get a new lease on life from Super Bowl Sunday? Here are a few more times marketers traveled down pop culture's memory lane and why they'll continue to do so.
It used to be as a favor to friends, but the "Source Code" star seems to be taking this acting in music videos thing seriously now.
From the pies in "Waitress" to the timpani in "Big Night," we look back at some of the finest looking food committed to film, but be warned — don't read this list on an empty stomach.
In "A Little Bit of Heaven," Whoopi Goldberg becomes the latest performer to play the Supreme Being, but she's hardly most unusual choice. A look back at the eclectic group of actors who have tackled the ultimate role.
"Prometheus" and "Dark Knight Rises" may be the films we'll be seeing this summer from Ridley Scott and Christopher Nolan, but there were other promising pictures we could've had instead. A list of films from our favorite directors that won't be coming to theaters any time soon.
What movies are amongst Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese and Stanley Kubrick's favorites? Probably not the ones you'd think.
Whether to earn acclaim or just the ability to work more, these filmmakers have put the money where their mouth is when it comes to building awards buzz for their latest film.