Swedish director Jesper Ganslandt will direct thriller "Mission: Blacklist," starring Robert Pattinson as the military interrogator who spearheaded the capture of Saddam Hussein.
Robert Pattinson has come on board to star in military thriller "Mission: Blacklist."
Positing that Poe spent the last five days of his life in 1849 helping the police to hunt down a serial killer in Baltimore, "The Raven" is a squawking, silly picture that never takes flight.
Arriving 12 years after their first film, 1999's "Straightman," director Ben Berkowitz and co-scenarist/producer Ben Redgrave's sophomore feature "Polish Bar" is a much slicker affair.
A forbidding and morbid piece of psycho-sadomasochism, "Downloading Nancy" is chilly enough to cause global cooling all by itself.
This snarkier version of the popular website is fluffed to fill 30 minutes by giving as much screen time to the crackerjack "TMZ" staff as it does to actual celebrities.
Poor Edward II. During his 20-year reign as one of Great Britain's weakest monarchs, he lost the Scottish territories to Robert the Bruce and plunged his country into civil war. As if that weren't…
William Shakespeare's episodic pageant "King John" is, perhaps, the Bard's most rarely staged historical play. Despite taking the customary path of courtly intrigue, examining the legitimacy of the…
If ever an actor deserved an A for effort, it's Jeremy Davidson in the Berkshire Theater Festival's technically brilliant production of Norman Allen's one-man play/monologue "Nijinsky's Last Dance,"…
"Break a Leg" is a Hollywood insider comedy more charming and funny than most. In fact, it's so inside it may play best to an industry crowd. But if pic's audience award win at Cinevegas is any…
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