Rose Byrne

Neighbors Review

Nicholas Stoller’s Neighbors has all of the trappings of a crowd pleasing, bad taste classic in the making, but at least there’s no question that the filmmakers are laughing directly at their subjects rather than with them.

CONTEST: See INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2 Across Canada!

Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of Insidious: Chapter 2 on Thursday, September 12th in Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, or Vancouver, courtesy of Dork Shelf and eOne Films!

I Give It a Year Review

Although somewhat uneven and sloppily assembled, the British "unromantic comedy" I Give It a Year gets some big laughs from marrying rom-com conventions with risque humour delivered by a game, talented cast.

The Internship Review

Are you over the age of 45, blue collar, have no clue how a computer works, you’ve never had an internship in your life, you’ve never heard of Google as a corporation, think The Big Bang Theory is the height of comedy, and you find the leads hilarious? You’ll probably adore The Internship. If you disagree with all or most of those criteria, it will be positively poisonous to anything and everything you hold dear in life. That’s just the way it is.

Interview: Derek Cianfrance

We sit down with The Place Beyond the Pines director Derek Cianfrance about how his own experiences honed the film’s takes on father/son relationships and the concept of heroism, his influences, his working relationship with Ryan Gosling, and the different set of challenges between this film and Blue Valentine. We also talk briefly to Dane DeHaan (as much as we can without spoiling the film) about his character and his approach to such an unconventional and sprawling story.

Insidious Interview: James Wan & Leigh Whannell

We recently had the opportunity to sit down with the creative team behind the original Saw, director James Wan and writer/actor Leigh Whannell. We discussed their new film Insidious, the horror genre, their film inspirations and influences, their favourite Toronto haunts and the dark secrets that their respective dork shelves undoubtedly hold.

Star Wars TV Series Casting Begins

The oft mentioned and long anticipated live-action Star Wars television show has apparently begun the casting process.  The MTV Movies Blog interviewed actress Rose Byrne at a junket for her new film Knowing, and she let slip that many of her friends had already auditioned for the Star Wars series.  Byrne, no stranger to the […]