AMC has once again taken an ax to “The Killing.” A rep for AMC confirmed, "We have made the difficult decision not to move forward with a fourth season of 'The Killing.' We want to thank our great…
Jaume Collet-Serra is in discussions to return to the “Akira” directors chair, signing on to helm Warner Bros. adaptation of the popular anime pic. The helmer left in early 2012 after production…
Hoffman joins Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman and Joel Kinnaman in the film, which Summit plans to release the film sometime in 2014.
Few series have demonstrated the unforgiving nature of the media and TV's Web-connected super-fans better than "The Killing," which drew them in with its hypnotic pace, then disappointed many with…
In the 10 years since Hungary introduced its production incentives, it has emerged as the leading country in Central and Eastern Europe in the race to pursue Hollywood blockbusters and upscale TV…
Though "The Killing" is returning to AMC next year, Billy Campbell will not be rejoining the moody drama.
The mystery of whether "The Killing" will be brought back to life has been solved: The show is returning to AMC.
After a thorough search, DreamWorks is in negotiations with James McAvoy to star alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in its untitled WikiLeaks movie that Bill Condon ("Dreamgirls") will direct.
Handsome rising star Joel Kinnaman (soon to be seen in the "RoboCop" reboot) is both the main selling point and principal charm of this less distinguished sequel to Swedish hit "Easy Money."
Marianne Jean-Baptiste is set to star opposite Joel Kinnaman, Hugh Laurie, Samuel L. Jackson and Gary Oldman in the MGM's remake of "Robocop."
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman1Weekend:$21.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire2Weekend:$19.1M Warner Brothers
Need For Speed
Need For Speed3Weekend:$17.8M