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Ronda Rousey SLAMS Justin Bieber For His Rude Behavior Toward Her Little Sister At The Cannes Film Festival!

Ronda Rousey's no longer a Belieber! In a recent interview, the MMA fighter revealed how Justin Bieber totally snubbed the blonde beauty and her younger sister Julia while at the Cannes Film Festival. Yikes! Is it wise to piss off the current UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion?! Nah, we didn't think so either. Related: Ronda Stuns In This Super [...]

Ronda Rousey -- Justin Bieber Dissed My Lil Sister

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Justin Bieber snubbed the WRONG WOMAN... refusing to take a picture with Ronda Rousey's little sister -- so says Ronda who claims Bieber was super rude about the rejection.  Ronda says it all went down at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014 --…

Cannes Hits ‘Son Of Saul’, ‘Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words’ Score In Gotham: New York Film Festival

Screenings of two Cannes favorites — Grand Prix winner Son Of Saul and Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words, which won a special citation, drew emotional crowds to Lincoln Center in this second week of the New York Film Festival. The two movies...Show More Summary

Matthew McConaughey's Dramatic Transformation for 'Gold' in NYC

Since he was last seen in May at the Cannes Film Festival, Matthew McConaughey has lost his beard and gained several pounds for his latest film role as seen on the set of Gold filming scenes in NYC on Sunday.        

Harvey Weinstein & BBC Debut ‘War And Peace’ Footage, Talk Future Collaborations – Mipcom

Akin to the previews The Weinstein Company does of its Oscar-caliber movies during the Cannes Film Festival, Harvey Weinstein held a special buyers-only screening of 20 minutes of footage from its upcoming miniseries War And Peace tonight in Cannes. Show More Summary

NYFF 2015: "Bridge of Spies"

Though the New York Film Festival has historically given the impression of looking east, toward Paris, Cannes and other European cinema capitals, rather than west, toward Hollywood, the event’s final week featured hree movies that have the makings of likely Oscar contenders. Show More Summary

Palme Thursday: In an era of lavish musicals, Cannes celebrated an opera of the everyday

Palme Thursday is A.A. Dowd’s monthly examination of a winner of the Palme D’Or, determining how well the film has held up and whether it deserved the highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival. The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg (1964)...Show More Summary

Russia to Run Film Festival in Nice as Cannes "Alternative"

The event, run by Russian state film archive Gosfilmofond, is set to take place in May and feature movies rejected by major international festivals, many of which "have become biased," Gosfilmofond's head says. read more

Maurice Pialat retrospective in L.A. shows French director's influence

When Maurice Pialat's film "Under the Sun of Satan" won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1987, the crowd at the Palais des Festivals reportedly was so upset, it responded with boos and catcalls.

‘Yakuza Apocalypse’ Red Band Trailer: Vampires, Gangsters and Martial Arts Unleashed

After playing Cannes this summer and the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month, Takashi Miike‘s latest flick is on the way to theaters in October, and it looks positively insane. Yakuza Apocalypse is a crime thriller with a whole lot of martial arts action, and this one also has vampires for some reason. Show More Summary

The 7 Best Films We Saw at TIFF 2015

Forty years ago the Festival of Festivals started in Toronto, ostensibly a showcase of cinema from other international fests like Cannes, Berlin, and Venice. As it evolved into becoming TIFF — The Toronto International Film FestivalShow More Summary

First Trailer for Deniz Gamze Ergüven's Award Winning Film 'Mustang'

"Everything changed in a blink of an eye." Cohen Media Group has debuted the official US trailer for Deniz Gamze Ergüven's Mustang, a film that premiered at Cannes and has been winning awards at other festivals as it plays this year....Show More Summary

‘Sicario’ Review: Blunt, Brolin And Benicio Power Exceptional Drug Cartel Thriller

From its explosive premiere at the Cannes Film Festival to another smash North American launch last weekend at Toronto, director Denis Villeneuve’s new thriller Sicario is simply sensational stuff. It should be no surprise, since this...Show More Summary

Fug and Fab: Elle Fanning at the Toronto Film Festival

Can we discuss anew what a lovely adult Elle Fanning is becoming? I am not sure my old-lady sensibilities will be able to handle it when she’s of age to be in a racy indie romp that premieres in Cannes, or something. And we’re inching in that direction here: She has the whole soulful thing down, though. Read More...

Toronto Film Festival: Kristen Stewart's 'Equals' has her revisiting forbidden love

Kristen Stewart has been making the rounds of plenty of film festivals lately: Sundance for "Camp X-Ray," Cannes for "Clouds of Sils Maria," Toronto for the Alzheimer's drama "Still Alice." And that was just In 2014.  

Full Trailer for Joachim Trier's Powerful Drama 'Louder Than Bombs'

"There's no story in a car accident... so people have to make one up." Motlys presents this new full-length Norwegian trailer for Joachim Trier's Louder Than Bombs, a drama that first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year.Show More Summary

‘The Beauty Inside’ North America Release: Where To Watch Park Shin Hye’s Final Role Before She Returned To College?

One of the most highly-anticipated movies to come out of Korea is The Beauty Inside. As a result of major praise for its viewing at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, the movie secured distribution rights to 11 countries throughout Asia....Show More Summary

TIFF 2015: “Son of Saul,” “The Lobster,” “Dheepan”

One of the great things about the Toronto International Film Festival is that it allows those of us who don’t go to Cannes a chance to catch up on its greatest hits. In fact, the three films that won the biggest prizes on the Croisette...Show More Summary

Rooney Mara & Cate Blanchett in Full Trailer for Todd Haynes' 'Carol'

"How many times have you been in love?" The Weinstein Company has debuted a new full-length trailer for Todd Haynes' Carol, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and just played at the Telluride Film Festival this past weekend. Show More Summary

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