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The director of the grisly British genre pictures "Creep" and "Severance" makes an unexpected segue into cheery comedy fare with the amiably rough-around-the edges "Get Santa."
The Hollywood Film Festival has unveiled the 25 films chosen for its narrative and documentary feature competitions. The three-day fest kicks off on Oct. 18 at Hollywood's ArcLight Cinemas. The…
LONDON — Jim Broadbent is to topline Christopher Smith's family comedy "Get Santa," which is produced by Liza Marshall and exec produced by Ridley Scott for Scott Free London. Pic tells the story of…
ESPN pro basketball analyst Chris Broussard generated his own controversy with comments on live television Monday that equated homosexuality to sin.
The 20th Hot Docs Canadian Intl. Documentary Festival will open on April 25 with Shawney Cohen's feature-helming debut "The Manor" the fest revealed Tuesday.
Finding the most entertaining angle on one of the world's dullest sports, "The Short Game" has built-in word-of-mouth that should help it break out of the docu sandtrap and roll down the fairway. The…
Opting for two tales of CIA heroics, showbiz scribes have selected "Argo" and "Zero Dark Thirty" for the key screenplay awards from the Writers Guild of America.
Rafe Spall ("Prometheus") and Jacqueline Emerson ("The Hunger Games") are attached to star in indie drama "Son of the South," a new project from Barry Alexander Brown that Spike Lee is set to exec…
John Hurt and Sebastian Stan ("Captain America: The First Avenger") are toplining "The Labyrinth," the TV adaptation of Kate Mosse's medieval bestseller about a quest for the Holy Grail.
The family that slays together pays together in "Killer Joe," a nasty little Texas noir that transfers Tracy Letts' 1993 play from page to screen with generally gripping results before devolving into…