Joan Allen has joined ABC Studios’ untitled Jenna Bans project, Variety has learned. Allen will play Claire in the drama-thriller, which follows the return of a politician’s son, presumed dead after…
William H. Macy, Joan Allen and Jacob Tremblay have joined Brie Larson in the cast of family drama “Room.” "Room," based on Emma Donoghue’s 2010 novel, is told from the viewpoint of a 5-year-old boy…
Netflix has released the first image of guest star Joan Allen in the upcoming season of "The Killing.” Allen plays Colonel Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of an all boys’ military academy. In the…
Screen Media Films has acquired North American rights to thriller “A Good Marriage,” adapted from Stephen King's short story from the collection "Full Dark, No Stars." King wrote the screenplay, and…
Can't go home again? That old adage apparently doesn't apply to actors who started in Chicago theater before going on to Hollywood success.
Subbing character actor Jeremy Renner into a franchise that requires Matt Damon-caliber magnetism, series scribe Tony Gilroy takes over the helming duties with an overlong sequel that features too…
Pleasantly watchable, but almost completely unexciting.
A loyal Akita demonstrates the meaning of unconditional love in Lasse Hallstrom's simple tearjerker.
Considered a "modern-day Joan of Arc" in Israel but relatively little-known elsewhere, Hungarian youth Hannah Senesh left the safety of Palestine in 1944 to volunteer on a doomed paratrooper mission…
Thanks to the proliferation of lifetime achievement awards, though, your life can be celebrated over and over again.
Bursting with heavy-handed postulations about everything from global terrorism to the ethos of dust particles, Sally Potter's "Yes" is a deeply idiosyncratic essay film made under the signs of Derek…