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This week: In the action flick "Haywire," MMA fighter Gina Carano knocks around Ewan McGregor, Michael Fassbender and Channing Tatum as an assassin on a mission to confront the employer who set her up.
Also new this week is Madonna in the director's seat for the period romance "W.E.," the ensemble rom-com "New Year's Eve," and new Blu-ray editions of "Clueless" and "Men in Black." Get More »
A cardinal rule of moviemaking has always been, "Show. Don't tell."
And no one knows this truth to be more paramount than the Costume Designers Guild — these are the people who turn Rooney Mara into Lisbeth Salander and Daniel Radcliffe into Harry Potter. In other words, they've got some serious skills that go far beyond sewing, which is why last night's Costume Designers Guild Awards brought out some of Hollywood's brightest stars to celebrate some of cinema's most eye-catching achievements. Get More »
Madonna is throwing in the towel on being a movie star.
Make all of the "Swept Away" jokes you want, but the Material Girl has delivered some pretty terrific performances over the years, particularly as PG-rated femme fatale Breathless Mahoney in "Dick Tracy," fantasy girl/troublemaker Susan Thomas in "Desperately Seeking Susan" and, well, herself in "Madonna: Truth or Dare." However, as the music legend makes her directorial debut with the period romance, "W.E.," it appears as if she likes it just fine behind the camera, where she can better express her "voice."
Well, darn -- we were actually holding out for a "Body of Evidence" sequel.
Watch Madonna discuss directing vs. acting and how she wants to be remembered 300 years from now in her MTV Rough Cut interview. "W.E." opens Feb. 3.
Fans of British history, Madonna and moody piano ballads are in luck today, because the first trailer for the new movie "W.E." is here and it has all three in spades.
But can the Material Girl's version of the infamous fall of King Edward VIII match up to "The King's Speech?" Get More »