Teresa Palmer and Melissa Leo are starring in Mark Webber's indie “The Ever After,” Webber's first film since “The End of Love.” Phoebe Tonkin, Jaime King, Rosario Dawson and Kid Cudi are in…
Siren Studios and The Solution Entertainment Group have completed financing on a multi-year $50 million revolving equity fund for development and production. The coin is being used for a pair of…
Magnolia Pictures has acquired world distribution rights to Lynn Shelton's family drama “Touchy Feely,” which had its world premiere in January at Sundance. The film was produced by Steven Schardt…
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$29.9M Sony / Screen Gems -11.16%
Guardians of the Galaxy
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Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$459,663 Cumulative:$18.1M Warner Brothers -9.19%
Trading her improv-based filmmaking style for a more traditional screenplay-grounded model, Lynn Shelton delivers an uneven mix of half-formed conflicts in this mystifying dramedy.
For the squirm-in-your-seat comedy of personal embarrassment, theater is far better than film at letting audiences in on the action. Which is a damn good reason for turning Lynn Shelton's indie movie…
Two hot-blooded heterosexuals decide to make an amateur gay porn film together -- this time in French -- in "Do Not Disturb," star-helmer Yvan Attal's Paris-set remake of Lynn Shelton's "Humpday."
After directing three below-the-radar indies, Lynn Shelton is making a considerable leap forward with her latest film, "Your Sister's Sister." Starring Emily Blunt, Rosemarie Dewitt and Mark Duplass…
IFC Films has acquired North American and Latin American rights to Lynn Shelton's "Your Sister's Sister," which premiered in Toronto.
After putting male insecurity under a comic microscope in "Humpday," writer-director Lynn Shelton hands the fairer sex a more prominent role in "Your Sister's Sister," another winning study of…
Rosemarie DeWitt ("Rachel Getting Married") is replacing Rachel Weisz to co-star with Emily Blunt and Mark Duplass in Lynn Shelton's latest feature, a semi-improvised pic soon to go into production.