Korean director Kim Jee-woon is turning to crime, coming on board to helm the movie adaptation of Ed Brubaker’s “Coward.” The attachment comes on the eve of the premiere of Kim’s latest film, “The X,”…
Jay Giannone has joined the cast of David O. Russell's political thriller "American Hustle," opposite Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale and Jeremy Renner. The film is…
On Broadway, Robert Duvall and Al Pacino played David Mamet's two-bit hustler Teach in “American Buffalo,” and did so memorably. It is to Ron Eldard's credit that he presents an entirely different…
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"I never heard of anyone who needed an assault weapon to kill a deer." — Larry Flynt An assassination attempt left Hustler publisher Larry Flynt a paraplegic. He continues to build his empire and…
"Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean" pictures the thesp as a bisexual hustler with a crippled soul, pursuing his dream of stardom through trysts, tanning and acting class.
The New Group seems to have taken Thomas Bradshaw's semi-pornographic play "Burning" very seriously, and they would probably like us to do likewise.
The story of an American hustler in London attempts to channel the city's multicultural vibrancy in a bawdy, energetic form that emulates his historical model.
Kathleen Turner is a dirty-talking, no-nonsense nun whose expert counseling skills are stretched when she takes on a gay teenaged junkie and street hustler facing jail time.
MTV wants to have its cake and eat it -- with a metal file inside -- in "T.I.'s Road to Redemption: 45 Days to Go." The series focuses on the rapper as he prepares for a March hearing on gun charges…
Vancouver plays itself for once in "Generation X" author Douglas Coupland's first original screenwriting venture, "Everything's Gone Green." Starring an excellent Paulo Costanzo (late of "Joey") as a…
Tennessee Williams' dark tale of a one-armed hustler on the road to rack and ruin throbs with the problematic, dated stench of self-proclaimed gay sin, 1940s style. Yet "One Arm" displays enough raw…