Sweet, innocent, bubbly—actress Ginnifer Goodwin knows exactly what you
think of her. Now forget it.
In a new film, Hannah Rothschild tells the story of her great-aunt
Pannonica, an unlikely jazz patron.
After a long, hard slog through the ups and downs of show business, Amy Adams is, at 34, finally a Hollywood Golden Girl.
After more than a decade as a star and producer of light romantic comedies,
the actress taps her dark side in Grey Gardens.
The young daredevil director of Sin Nombre.
His aristo family hails from Rome, but filmmaker Tao Ruspoli prefers Venice—California, that is.
British artist Steve McQueen makes his debut at the cineplex with the harrowing film Hunger.
The director of Watchmen shows off his tattoos and extolls his philosophy of more is more.
Complete with VIP sections and commemorative T-shirts, the star-studded memorials of Hollywood bigwigs give new meaning to “the show must go on."
How talent manager Diane Kamp turned the Hollywood dialect coach into a star's must-have accessory.
With their cool brand of British savvy, the duo behind Working Title have cornered the market on UK film talent—and grossed $4.3 billion along the way.
This year, directors Danny Boyle, Gus Van Sant, Darren Aronofsky and Mike Leigh showed the industry (yet again) how to make a great movie outside the studio system. They tell W how they did it.
The real life of screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, the man behind
December’s Milk—directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Sean Penn as gay
San Francisco city supervisor Harvey Milk—sounds like a Van Sant film.