Edward Norton discusses the setting and story of his new film, ‘Motherless Brooklyn,’ at the New York Film Festival’s closing night
The closing night film at New York Film Festival, “Motherless Brooklyn” is an exercise in self-indulgence from Edward Norton, a hodge-podge of ideas without any real cohesion.
As the 57th New York Film Festival approaches, we run down the premieres and events that we are most excited for, and their Oscar prospects.
Wes Anderson returns with yet another masterfully whimsical cinematic splendor, elevating the stop-motion extravaganza found in ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ to new levels of precision and expertise.
Will Smith is returning to the big screen this year in the Allan Loeb film, Collateral Beauty, about a New York City man who must find a way to deal with a tragedy by communicating and making peace with the concepts of love, time and death.
Don’t be fooled, this party isn’t for kids. Luckily for us adults, it’s quite clever and dumb in equal measure.
Veteran actor Tommy Lee Jones will be joining Matt Damon in the next installment of the Bourne franchise.