Standout perfs by Bernadette Peters are the only reasons to see Lisa Albright's "Coming Up Roses," a tired '80s-set meller hobbled by lackluster helming and an unconvincing script.
A mawkish, nuance-free adaptation of Lisa See's 2005 bestseller.
Brit-based Scion Films has landed the film rights to Diane Ackerman's acclaimed nonfiction tome "The Zookeeper's Wife" with Angela Workman set to adapt.
Hugh Jackman is set to join South Korea's Jeon Ji-Hyunand and Chinese thesp Li Bingbing in helmer Wayne Wang's "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan," according to local reports.
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