Craig stars as the famous spy in the new movie 'Spectre,' which is a follow-up to the 2012 smash hit 'Skyfall.' Craig has starred in three previous Bond films and his interpretation of the role has been critically acclaimed.
With the upcoming release of the Bond movie 'Spectre,' movies about the spy will have been a part of pop culture for more than 50 years. Should the franchise adapt and, if so, will it still be the story people know and love?
Cooper and the other actors in the food film all trained with chefs in order to believably portray the employees of a top restaurant. 'There was no stunt double,' Cooper said of scenes in which he's working in the kitchen. 'There was no insert of another person's hands... for better or worse.'
Bullock stars in 'Crisis' as Jane Bodine, a political strategist who helps boost the campaign of a Bolivian presidential candidate. 'You can't write stories like this based on pure fiction,' she said of the politics in the movie. 'This is based on absolute reality.'
The documentary directed by Abigail Disney centers on the Rev. Rob Schenck, who is aligned with the far-right wing of the Republican Party but soon has a crisis of conscience following a series of mass shootings.
'Suffragette' stars Mulligan as a factory worker who has her eyes opened to the possibility of rallying for her rights. The confrontations are uninspiringly rendered and the film's production values are stagey but director Sarah Gavron wisely keeps Mulligan front and center.
Rylance is arguably the most acclaimed stage actor in the world, but he may not be familiar to some moviegoers who go see 'Bridge.' 'Seldom has an actor been around for so many distinguished years on the stage and yet had not been fully discovered for the screen,' Spielberg said of Rylance.
'Truth' stars Robert Redford as Dan Rather and Blanchett as former CBS News producer Mary Mapes. It follows CBS News's reporting of then-President George W. Bush’s murkily documented Vietnam-era career in the Air National Guard.
'Jobs' was adapted by Sorkin from the biography of the same name by Walter Isaacson. The film stars Michael Fassbender as the Apple co-founder and Kate Winslet as Joanna Hoffman, one of Jobs' co-workers.