Lakeshore Entertainment has hired “The Age of Adaline” director Lee Toland Krieger for “Blackfriars,” a comedy about the 1978 massacre in Boston that left five dead. Producers are Lakeshore…
Lee Toland Krieger
Following director Robert Schwentke’s exit from “The Divergent Series: Ascendant,” Lionsgate has tapped “Age of Adaline” helmer Lee Toland Krieger as its new helmer. Production is still on track to…
Daisy Miller meets Dorian Gray — or perhaps "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" meets Nicholas Sparks — in "The Age of Adaline," a sensitively directed slab of romantic hokum that wrings an…
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Thursday night's Los Angeles Film Festival screening of "Celeste and Jesse" had stars and co-writers Will McCormack and Rashida Jones in a reflective mood.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American, Latin American and Eastern European rights to Lee Toland Krieger's "Celeste & Jesse Forever."
Glibly amusing and fitfully perceptive comedy follows a wife and husband determined to stay best friends following their weirdly amicable split.
Fifteen world-premiere titles from filmmakers including Stephen Frears, Julie Delpy and Spike Lee are set to screen next month in Sundance's Premieres section, which, for the first time in recent…
Harmony Korine has set his next project with "Spring Breakers," the story of four college girls who rob a restaurant to afford their trip to the beach with James Franco attached and Emma Roberts…
Thomas McDonell will star in "The Spectacular Now," produced by Shawn Levy.
Before it bogs down in one too many moments of cathartic reckoning, "The Vicious Kind" is an unpredictable, off-kilter and scabrously funny piece of work.