Screen Media Films has acquired U.S. rights to thriller “Faults,” starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Leland Orser. “Faults,” which premiered at South by Southwest, also stars Beth Grant, Chris…
Multihyphenate Leland Orser inspires more grudging respect for his austere storytelling than emotional empathy for his anguished characters in "Morning."
Pray for those horror fans who stumble upon "36 Saints," for they are truly in an hour of need.
Leland Orser has joined the cast of the Snoot Entertainment pic “The Guest” starring “Downton Abbey” thesp Dan Stevens. Pic also stars Sheila Kelley and Brendan Meyer. Adam Wingard will direct from a…
A warmly celebratory portrait of the Washington Post illustrator who sometimes drew blood while drawing 13 successive U.S. presidents.
LOCARNO – The stars are aligning for Abel Ferrara's "Pasolini," the U.S. director's chronicle of the last day in the life of Italian Pier Paolo Pasolini, still one of the towering figures of…
Mike Hodge has narrowly retained the New York presidency of SAG-AFTRA, topping SAG-AFTRA co-president Roberta Reardon by 118 votes out of more than 6,000 following a spirited campaign. Results…
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg is pretty frank on why "Turbo" hasn't performed well in domestic theaters since its release July 17: “It was a bad date.” "The film's soft opening was a…
Judging by the numbers, the 'Despicable Me' creatures' appeal is undeniable, and yet, Illumination honcho Chris Meledandri is also eager to introduce the studio's next batch of unique characters.
A genially cartoonish but rather sweet comedy that remixes "Clueless," "Mean Girls" and "Pretty in Pink" from a gay male teenage p.o.v.
A poor script and patchy performances drag down this Edwardian-era drama starring "Downton Abbey's" Dan Stevens.