Ben Foster is in early negotiations to portray Lance Armstrong in a biopic that will be directed by Stephen Frears. The movie is being produced by Working Title partners partners Tim Bevan and Eric…
A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. 6 Souls Distributor: Radius-TWC One of the movies' least convincing…
A trippy variation on the dream-within-a-dream movie, Danny Boyle's return-to-form crimer constantly challenges what auds think they know.
Danny Boyle's "Trance" will bow in the U.K. on March 27, it was announced Thursday by Pathe and 20th Century Fox.
West End productions accounted for just three of the 26 nominations in the shortlist for the Evening Standard Drama awards.
Bash first, ask questions later is the default setting for the elite police unit in "The Sweeney," a defiantly anachronistic actioner named after the copshow that topped British TV ratings in the…
Cult 1970s British cop series "The Sweeney" aired on commercial web ITV for three years. When writer-director Nick Love's feature version hits Blighty's cinemas in September, it will have been six…
LONDON -- Nominations for the 2012 Olivier Awards are dominated by not-for-profits the National Theater and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
A high-school comedy about two teenage boys who fall in love with the wife of their brutal gym teacher has topped the 2010 Brit List, which spotlights the U.K.'s best unproduced screenplays.
Warner Bros. is launching a King Arthur project with "Sherlock Holmes" helmer Guy Ritchie attached to direct and "Trainspotting" scribe John Hodge scripting for Atlas Entertainment and Hollywood Gang.
"The Seeker" places the world's fate where fantasy adventures so often do -- in the hands of a boy who is "chosen," but must learn to believe in himself.
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