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BBC Worldwide North America has acquired all rights in the U.S. and Canada to “Private Peaceful,” featuring the final performance by the late Richard Griffiths. The World War I drama, based on the…
Directioners should show up in full force for this alternately inspired and insipid concert doc.
J.K. Rowling has been revealed as the secret author of crime novel "The Cuckoo's Calling," London’s Sunday Times discovered this weekend. The "Harry Potter" scribe wrote the story about a war…
Sony released the first teaser for its concert film about British pop stars One Direction. Dubbed “One Direction: This Is Us,”the 3D movie is directed by “Supersize Me” filmmaker Morgan Spurlock and…
Richard Griffiths, the versatile British actor who played the boy wizard's unsympathetic Uncle Vernon in the "Harry Potter" movies, has died. He was 65.
"Lucky Guy," the Tom Hanks starrer that recently began perfs on Broadway, pulled in more than $1 million from just seven perfs in Week 41 (March 4-10), but girl power, from young-femme magnets…
Three Blighty hits and a couple of Broadway shows are on the bill for the Ahmanson's next season.
1 of 0 The Lone Star state came to Broadway March 7 for the opening of Holland Taylor's solo show “Ann,” about the former Texas Gov. Ann Richards. There were boots, bolo ties, sequined cowboy hats…
"Romeo and Juliet" reps the latest in CSC's recent track record of attracting attention to classical revivals with star casting.
Sony Pictures has tapped documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock ("Super Size Me") to direct and produce a 3D movie following Brit pop stars One Direction.
Many of the elements that worked for Steven Spielberg's "War Horse" are present and correct in WWI drama "Private Peaceful," which, like "Horse," was adapted from a Michael Morpurgo novel.