Filmmaker Baltasar Kormakur, whose "2 Guns" has grossed $91 million worldwide since its Aug. 2 opening, is moving into TV. He has retooled and expanded his 13-year-old Blueeyes Prods., based in his…
A ludicrous, borderline-nonsensical supernatural concoction with a slightly redeeming sense of its own silliness.
The 28-year-old Godfrey Gao has appeared in several Taiwanese TV dramas, including "Bull Fighting" and "The Queen of SOP" and films like Tsui Hark's "All About Women."
Trepidation is in the air. Crepuscular lighting and looming, gloomy sound envelop promenading audiences seeking mysterious stories played out in labyrinthine corridors, crannies and curated spaces…
Multihyphenate Patrik-Ian Polk sticks with what he knows in "The Skinny," another likable seriocomic ensembler about a group of young, gay African-American best friends navigating hazardous romantic…
Lovers of Scandi crimers are in luck: It's the heyday of Norwegian writer Jo Nesbo. As Morten Tyldum's art-heist thriller "Headhunters," based on a Nesbo book, rolls out internationally, hot on its…
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has tapped Magnus Hollo for the newly created post of managing director, worldwide licensing.
Winner of the Hamptons documentary prize, this iconic Robert Flaherty-type docu definitely warrants arthouse exposure.
Drifting between drollery and moodiness, philosophically minded pic is a profound emotional experience.
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