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Oscars 2013 winners: “Argo” wins Best Picture, Ang Lee wins Best Director

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David Fincher walks away from Angelina Jolie’s “Cleopatra”

Ang Lee is the next director being eyed to helm the project.

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“Life of Pi” trailer debuts, looks gorgeous

The Ang Lee-directed film is due out on November 21.

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“Life of Pi” footage is a terrifying introduction to tiger Richard Parker

Ang Lee’s latest directorial feature is due in theaters on November 21.

Ang Lee wanted “Hulk” to look like “Tree of Life” (photo)

Ang Lee wanted “Hulk” to look like “Tree of Life”

Ang Lee was not impressed with Terrence Malick‘s epic “The Tree of Life,” though not for the reason you might think. The “Brokeback Mountain” director chatted with Vulture after Monday’s Gotham Awards and said that he’s been so busy planning his new project, an adaptation of Yann Martel’s “Life of Pi,” that he has fallen […]

What to Watch on IFC: August 1 – August 7 (photo)

What to Watch on IFC: August 1 – August 7

Welcome to August where the men are sweaty, the women are glistening, and everyone has stockpiles of industrial grade antiperspirant. Leaving the safety of the air conditioning is a surefire way to get a nose full of olfactory awfulness and is not recommended. Fear not, IFC is here for you. Not only do we have […]

‘The Ice Storm’ And Movies to Make You Cry (photo)

‘The Ice Storm’ And Movies to Make You Cry

Set on Thanksgiving weekend in 1973, The Ice Storm chronicles the lives of neighbors in the wealthy town of New Canaan, Connecticut. The suburb seems to be entirely populated with bored housewives, disaffected youth, and men who take the 8:05 train to work every morning. The families all seem content-ish with their affairs and witty […]

Jean-Pierre Jeunet Builds a Better Mousetrap (photo)

Jean-Pierre Jeunet Builds a Better Mousetrap

Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s idiosyncratic style was apparently from his apocalyptic comedy debut “Delicatessen” (co-directed with Marc Caro), and solidified with his dark fairy tale “The City of Lost Children,” his breakout mainstream hit “Amélie,” and now again with his latest, “Micmacs.” The comedy follows a lonely video store clerk who, after almost being killed by a […]

“Ride with the Devil” and “Ex Drummer” on DVD (photo)

“Ride with the Devil” and “Ex Drummer” on DVD

Fanatically eclectic as he is, Ang Lee seems destined to eventually make a Judd Apatow raunch comedy, simply because he hasn’t made one yet. You name it: sci-fi comic book, wuxia pian, “Classics Illustrated” costume romance, gritty bromance indie, earnest family schmaltz, woozy rock musical (sort of), and oh yeah, a war film, easily the […]

The academics are running the asylum. (photo)

The academics are running the asylum.

On her way out at Spout, Karina Longworth noted a few days ago that the film blogosphere can feel like “hundreds of traffic-chasers, who are essentially blaring the same thing, at the same time, all day long.” She doesn’t like it one bit. And such was the attitude Focus Features CEO/Ang Lee’s screenwriter James Schamus […]