Who Let The Dogs Out?

I’m a sucker for dogs — even when they get mixed up with a bunch of Psychopaths. Let’s just hope the Shih Tzu makes it to the final credits. (IMP)

Hopkins Does Hitchcock!

The new trailer for Anthony Hopkins‘s Hitchcock slashed through the Internets yesterday — as the picture focuses on the making of Psycho (while HBO’s The Girl is all about The Birds). Plus, we also got our first look at Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh.

Fun With Dick & Liz…

Lifetime has dropped the trailer for Lindsay Lohan’s Liz & Dick

Dr. Strange-doc

There’s a new documentary screening at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) about French graphic artist, Tomi Ungerer (best known to movie poster fans for his Dr. Strangelove one-sheet), that’s aptly titled, Far Out Isn’t Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story.

WARNING: The trailer below isn’t for the easily offended as it features Ungerer’s tormented childhood escaping the Nazis — as well as some of his weird, wonderful commercial work and, in later years, strange transition from children’s book author to erotic illustrator.

For A Good Time, Call…Bette Midler?

Ari Graynor and Lauren Anne Miller, stars of For A Good Time, Call…, are saying that their new female buddy sex phone comedy was inspired by those 80s tandems of Bette Midler and Shelley Long, etc. (IMP)

Death of An Art Collector…

Herb Vogel, a postal clerk-turned-art collector, has died at the age of 89. If you haven’t seen the fascinating 2009 doc, Herb and Dorothy, be sure to check it out and see how this man, who never made more than $23,000 a year, and his wife, amassed one of the greatest collections of modern art that the world has ever seen — and later donated it to Washington D.C.’s National Gallery of Art, as well as galleries all in 50 states. A true American original!

That’s Amour-é!

I know this is old news, but meet this year’s Cannes Film Festival winner of the Palme d’Or. (IMP)

HBO Goes Hemingway

The new HBO film, Hemingway & Gellhorn, premieres tonight under the direction of Philip Kaufman. Many have tried and failed to capture the great writer’s prose onto film — let’s hope Kaufman pulls it off!

The Moonrise King

The new Wes Anderson comes out in selected theatres on Friday — and whether you love or hate his brand of esoteric films — you cannot deny the auteur’s unique sense of style and attention to detail that permeates every frame of his work.