“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” star Domhnall Gleeson is joining the voice cast of Sony’s live-action/animated hybrid “Peter Rabbit.” The Irish actor will voice Mr. McGregor, the farmer in the classic…
Margot Robbie is in early negotiations to co-star with Domhnall Gleeson in Simon Curtis’ “Goodbye Christopher Robin.” Curtis will direct the pic that revolves around “Winnie the Pooh” creator A.A…
Domhnall Gleeson, Thomas Haden Church, Christina Applegate Starring in Rom-Com ‘Crash Pad’ (EXCLUSIVE)
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” star Domhnall Gleeson, Christina Applegate, Thomas Haden Church and Nina Dobrev are starring in the romantic comedy “Crash Pad,” which has started shooting in…
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Saoirse Ronan, Domhnall Gleeson and director John Crowley discuss the acclaimed period drama at the Toronto Film Festival. Variety Studio powered by Samsung
The power of the dark side is strong in a new international TV spot for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” even if it’s hiding under the guise of “The First Order” instead of the Galactic Empire these…
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” actor Domhnall Gleeson is in talks to join Tom Cruise in the Universal, Imagine and Cross Creek co-production “Mena.” If a deal closes, Gleeson would join Sarah Wright…
A 1950s American immigrant story told as if it took place a half-century earlier, "Brooklyn" unfolds almost like a prim Victorian novel, presenting a young Irish woman, nobly brought to life by…
While multiplex fantasy remains an extravagantly caped boys' club, a stealthy gender inquiry is taking place in more specialised sci-fi territory — with Alex Garland's brittle, beautiful "Ex Machina"…
“Star Wars” and “Harry Potter” thesp Domhnall Gleeson is in negotiations to join Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy in New Regency’s “The Revenant,” sources confirm. Will Poulter also stars in the…
Since his eye-catching debut with "Adam and Paul" in 2004, Lenny Abrahamson has been tipped as the most likely Irish director to follow Neil Jordan and Jim Sheridan onto the international A-list.
Richard Curtis returns to a quintessentially English milieu with this sweet, familiar and reassuringly bland romance.