Actor Mark Rylance truly shines Jez Butterworth's 'Jerusalem,' a comedy about a dope dealer holding out against the forces of gentrification overtaking the English countryside.
"Fair Game" screenwriters Jez Butterworth & John-Henry Butterworth have been named recipients of the Writers Guild of America West's Paul Selvin Award, recognizing work which embodies the spirit of…
Doug Liman's film does a respectably intelligent job of spinning the Valerie Plame affair into a sleek mainstream entertainment.
Columbia Pictures and director Michael Mann will team to tell the story of renowned war photographer Robert Capa, with a closeup on his torrid two-year romance with fellow photog Gerda Taro during…
You don't want to believe everything you hear, now, girls.
"There's nothing like having your dad cut in two to clear the brain," says Baby (Tom Hollander) late in "Mojo," in a line that immediately introduces 26 -year-old writer Jez Butterworth as the…
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