Warner Bros. has dated Melissa McCarthy road-trip comedy "Tammy" for July 2, 2014.
Jeff Nichols' third film, Roadside's "Mud," screened April 21 at MoMA, and it's very much an homage to a great writer from the South.
An unconventional, unsettling couple-on-the-run tale set in the multihyphenate's native Central Florida.
Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions are in advanced discussions to acquire U.S. rights to Jeff Nichols' "Mud," which stars Matthew McConaughey as the title character, along with Reese Witherspoon and…
Confidently expanding his inquiry into the essence of American masculinity, Nichols' latest pressure-cooker pastoral conjures a wily figure of endangered Southern chivalry whose name is ... you…
Sundance title "Take Shelter" is on its way across the world with an early sale to Ad Vitam for France.
The Servant is for the most part strong dramatic fare, though the atmosphere and tension is not fully sustained to the end. Harold Pinter's screenplay based on the Robin Maugham novel is…
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