Richard Ayoade branches out from "Submarine" with this dark and heady dystopian-noir cocktail adapted from Dostoevsky's novella.
Coming-of-age stories never go out of style, which explains why TV keeps returning to them. Now Hulu joins the party with "Moone Boy," an Irish version of "The Wonder Years," only set in the late…
Even though it covers overly familiar territory, "Epic" is nonetheless executed with professionalism.
London's Twickenham Studios hits 100 this year, but nearly didn't make it past 99 except for the doggedness of one of its execs and a Kenya-born British businessman.
"Family Tree" bears rather disappointing fruit, so droll and dry as to be nearly taste-free, with only the occasional hint of bite.
In "The Sapphires," "Bridesmaids" star Chris O'Dowd plays the music manager of four Aboriginal teens who aspire to sing to American troops.
NBCUniversal Intl. Television Production has tapped BBC Worldwide deputy CEO Sarah Cooper to the newly created role of chief operating officer.
"Girls" is that odd duck that shouldn't be missed, and at times, can barely be watched.
HBO has given a series order to Christopher Guest laffer "Family Tree," to be produced out of the U.K. by NBCUniversal Intl. TV.
Chris O'Dowd stars in this jumbled, sketchily written but vastly appealing true-life musical comedy.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures