NBC has another good comedy in trouble that doesn't deserve to be.
The biggest Scandinavian showcase is heating up.
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."
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BERLIN -- Juan Antonio Bayona's tsunami drama "The Impossible," starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor, Ben Affleck's Iran hostage crisis thriller "Argo," and Susanne Bier's "Love Is All You Need,"…
Indican Pictures has acquired North American rights to Ernest Borgnine's final film, "The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez."
MOSCOW -- U.S.-Swedish co-production "Bluebird," the feature directing debut of New York-based helmer-editor Lance Edmands, is among the films backed in the latest round of funding from the Swedish…
Lasse Hallstrom's "The Hypnotist," his first Swedish film in 24 years, will be unveiled in unfinished form at the Stockholm Film Festival in November.
The Swedish Film Institute has awarded $4 million in production funding to six feature projects, including the sequel to drug thriller "Easy Money" and the comeback of the "Hamilton" spy franchise.
Argentine Miguel Cohan's "No Return" proved the main winner at the 55th Valladolid Film Festival
A sensitive teenage loner contends with bullies at school and abuse from his stressed-out single mom.