"The Kids Are All Right" could still become a TV series at HBO.
At the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, the network confirmed pla...
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Though the 43-year-old vet can play the nastiest of characters, he does best with the guys who care -- like his portrayal of Paul in The Kids Are All Right.
You expect an awards event to be a love fest with awardees waxing benighted and grateful. When Darren Aronofsky got up to speak about Black Swan's cinematographer, things got ugly.
Lunch with Lisa Cholodenko, the writer-director of The Kids Are All Right, is not the typical Beverly Hills girl chat.
The Kids Are All Right is exposing Americans to something they probably haven't seen before -- a gay married couple raising children, in a way that is shockingly, disturbingly... normal.
I know parents are anxious about their children seeing a movie about a same-sex marriage with children, like The Kids Are All Right. Well, parents -- I can tell you: relax!
Women (and the men we love) want to see films about people's lives. We're interested in love, not lampooning. Caring, not carnage. Insight, not ignorance. And if you make them, we will come.
A couple of months ago I was able to interview Lisa Cholodenko about her new movie.
In my discussion with director Lisa Cholodenko about her new film, The Kids are All Right -- about a sperm donor (Mark Ruffalo) abruptly entering the ...
The Kids Are All Right is about the perils and pleasures of peeling back the layers of a settled life. The audience winds up the recipient of an insightful and touching story.
Utopia was not only moving but a reminder that there's power conjured through the experience of collectively watching cinema. For this reason, it aptly captures the spirit of rebellion that Sundance 2010 was all about.
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