The times may have changed, but the heroin subculture of New York's Upper West Side remains largely the same to judge by Josh and Benny Safdie's “Heaven Knows What.”
Caleb Landry Jones
John Boorman has gone back to the wellspring of personal experience that so richly informed his 1987 "Hope and Glory" for "Queen and Country."
Ambassador Theater Group, the largest owner-operator of theaters in the U.K., has at last planted a flag on Broadway with the acquisition of the Foxwoods Theater, current home of “Spider-Man: Turn…
After launching a career with commercial hits like “Contraband” and “X-Men: First Class,” Caleb Landry Jones is back to more arthouse driven projects, as the actor has attached himself to John…
Everyone has to start somewhere -- even those who one day wind up calling the shots. Variety polled dozens of producers, studio execs, entertainment lawyers, managers and agents to identify those who…
Jeff Berg's new talent and literacy agency Resolution has hired Remington Franklin and Joey Stanton to join the tenpercentery's talent department, according to sources.
Some serious rumblings are coming from Legendary Pictures' "Godzilla" just weeks before lensing is set to begin.
Caleb Landry Jones has signed on to join the cast of the Canadian French-language film "Tom a la ferme."
John Boorman has set up "Queen and Country," a sequel to his 1987 pic "Hope and Glory," with Caleb Landry Jones in negotiations to star.
Lacking the requisite scares, and blood, that entice gorehounds, this handsome, femme-driven Irish-Brit co-production is likely to fall between mainstream and arthouse categories among the several…