“Pretty Little Liars” actor Tyler Blackburn has joined the cast of the indie “Love Is All You Need.” He joins Emily Osment and Jeremy Sisto in the cast that Kim Rocco Shields is directing. Story…
Love Is All You Need
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Many of the creatives involved with making "Love Is All You Need" have personal stories of friends or family dealing with cancer, the subject of this Sony Pictures Classics pic.
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LONDON -- Denmark has selected Nikolaj Arcel's historical drama "A Royal Affair" as its entry in the foreign-language Oscar contest.