Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

This week on TheEnvelope.com

Hot Hits

December 05, 2007

WATCH OUT FOR . . .

JOSH BROLIN

The actor's time has come. With four films under his belt this year -- "Planet Terror," "In the Valley of Elah," "American Gangster" and "No Country for Old Men" -- he's a serious contender. Susan King talks to Brolin about working with the Coens and serving up a "true piece of Texas pie."

RAGING ROLE PLAYER

Daniel Day-Lewis' furious turn in "There Will Be Blood" isn't the first time the actor has seemingly gone off the deep end for his craft. Whether as a swaggering gay punk in "My Beautiful Laundrette" or a ripped canoe builder in "The Last of the Mohicans," Day-Lewis is a meticulous chameleon. We look at his most indelible roles and the lengths he has gone to make them work.

SUNDANCE, SPIRIT AND GOTHAM AWARDS

Check out TheEnvelope.com for Sundance 2008 dramatic and documentary competition films, Spirit Award nominees and highlights, and video live from the Gotham Awards.

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Articles
|
|
|