Virtual Newsstand:, November 2011

Every month at Movieline, we collect the best interviews, smartest features, and most compelling reviews we've produced, and curate them in one easy-to-use table of contents called the Virtual Newsstand, which pays tribute to our print magazine history. Here's the Virtual Newsstand for November 2011.

November 2011


We Need to Talk About Tilda
Tilda Swinton on her sublime, chaotic We Need to Talk About Kevin and what 'indie' means today

Silent Star
Meet Jean Dujardin, the French lead (and Oscar frontrunner) of The Artist

Condon's Dawn
Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon on the wedding, the honeymoon and his 'gay sensibility'

Wocka Wocka
Muppets star/co-writer Jason Segel, footloose and fancy free

The Actor's Actor
Veteran thesp Kenneth Branagh on his brush with Sir Laurence Olivier in My Week with Marilyn

Tomlin Time
Legendary comedienne Lily Tomlin reflects on a lifetime of achievement

Ron 4 Eva
Rupert Grint names his favorite Harry Potter scene featuring... Rupert Grint

Mr. Trouble
Iconoclast director Werner Herzog goes mano a mano with S.T. VanAirsdale over America, the death penalty, and Into the Abyss

Greer Factor
Descendants actress Judy Greer on career choices and her first, memorable meeting with George Clooney

Lemon Sadness
The incredible Charlotte Gainsbourg on sensual acting, confidence, and her firebrand director Lars von Trier

The Artist's Artist
Director Michel Hazanavicius brings silent cinema razzle-dazzle back to Hollywood

Twilight Talk
Dive into the passion of Breaking Dawn with screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg

That's Bérénice
Bérénice Bejo on the curses -- and many, many more blessings -- of The Artist.

Elder Twi-besman
Peter Facinelli, the erstwhile Carlisle Cullen, on the beginning of the end for Breaking Dawn... and his plans for Whitey Bulger

Action Jackson
Breaking Dawn vamp Jackson Rathbone rocks out offscreen and plots life, post-Twilight

Hogwarts and All
Harry Potter veteran Warwick Davis bids farewell to the series

Wim and Vigor
Wim Wenders on Until the End of the World and its legendary soundtrack

Bella's Bruises
Twilight sis Ashley Greene weighs in on the Bella debate

Oscar Magic
Director David Yates considers: Will Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 accio Oscar?

Tarsem Don't Give a Shit
Everyone's favorite Honey Badger talks Immortals and beating that other Snow White to the screen
(BONUS: Tarsem plays My Favorite Scene)

High Holidays
About that one time John Cho talked basketball with President Obama...

Still a Goodfella
Brains! Gangsters! Ray Liotta on pushing Channing Tatum around

Mr. Penn Goes to Washington
The Harold and Kumar co-star is back after two years in the White House


Sam Levinson

Shailene Woodley


Oscar Index
The most scientific awards survey known to man enters its third month, only at Movieline

Bombs Away
Universal chief Ron Meyer addresses Tower Heist fiasco, admits Cowboys & Aliens, Wolfman kinda stunk

Consider Uggie
An awards campaign for the most sublime four-legged performer of the year

Ask a Vampire
Movieline found a real life, self-identified vampire to answer the question: How realistic is Breaking Dawn, after all?

Shame on You
Explore NYC with Shame director Steve McQueen and Movieline's interactive map

Speak Up for Celluloid
Who's willing to fight for 35mm film?

Ranking the late, great Gilbert Cates's 14 Oscar ceremonies from 1990-2008

Skyfall on Me
Create your own banal 007 set with Movieline's quick and easy kit!

Twilight and Photoshop, Forever
A brief history of weird posters

Flush It
The 9 most scathing critical responses to Jack and Jill

There's Waldo
Yep, they're making a Where's Waldo movie. Movieline suggests 5 feasible storylines

Eddie's Evolution
9 Milestones in the evolution of Eddie Murphy

Peep Parody
What Happy Madison intern is behind the sad, sad Jack and Jill Twitter page?

Reassessing Rachel
Do we need to stage a career intervention for Rachel McAdams?

Eye of the Tiger
Would you see a Rocky musical produced by Sylvester Stallone and two boxers?

Hit Play, Joe
Ranking the 10 best pop song covers by Joseph Gordon-Levitt

10 images that come to mind when looking at Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham



Another Happy Day

Arthur Christmas

The Artist

A Dangerous Method

The Descendants

Happy Feet Two



Into the Abyss

J. Edgar

Jack and Jill

Killing Bono

The Lie

London Boulevard


The Muppets

My Week With Marilyn

The Other F Word


Rid of Me

The Son of No One


Tower Heist

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1

A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas


Billy Madison

Hocus Pocus

Muppets From Space


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