Entertainment Reporter, LA Times
Arts + Entertainment writer at the Los Angeles Times. Film and sports junkie, politics enthusiast, aspiring Connect Four champion.
latimes.com — A few months ago, Jeremy Saulnier had risen early for a flight to Cleveland when he saw a message in his inbox. It was in French. The 36-year-old New Yorker was traveling to the Buckeye State to shoot corporate videos, which the director had been doing to pay the bills since his filmmaking career fizzled six years before with the disappointing performance of his first movie, a genre comedy called "Murder Party."
latimes.com — CANNES--The Ryan Gosling -Nicolas Refn collaboration “Only God Forgives” premieres to the media at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday morning before playing in a public gala Wednesday night.
latimes.com — Ryan Gosling in Cannes in 2011 (Cannes Film Festival) CANNES, France -- One of the biggest stars on the Croisette this year isn't even on the Croisette. The question is: Will he be? Ryan Gosling is to premiere his new movie, the Nicolas Refn Thai revenge drama "Only God Forgives," at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday.
latimes.com — CANNES, France - The Cannes Film Festival can reliably be counted on to offer at least one envelope-pushing genre-tinged exercise, the kind that makes festgoers marvel and shake their head in equal measure. Last year it was ”Holy Motors,” Leos Carax's Surrealist collection of stories about a Paris shape-shifter.
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