Richard Gere goes slumming in the streets of Manhattan and emerges with one of his most remarkable performances in "Time Out of Mind."
Continuing his run of strong dramatic roles, Dan Stevens has come on to star in indie “The Ticket” with Oren Moverman producing. Ido Fluk is directing with Lawrence Inglee joining Moverman as a…
Cate Blanchett will make her film directorial debut on indie thriller "The Dinner," based on Herman Koch's novel that was a bestseller in Europe. Cotty Chubb will produce “The Dinner” via his ChubbCo…
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"Terminator 3" helmer Jonathan Mostow has come on board to direct Sam Worthington in indie action-thriller "For the Dogs," replacing Phillip Noyce.
Graham Rogers ("Revolution") and Brett Davern ("Awkward") have joined "Love & Mercy: The Lives, Times and Music of Brian Wilson" as members of the Beach Boys.
The Berlinale has added "The Crash Reel," by British filmmaker Lucy Walker, to its official lineup.
Sam Worthington will topline indie action-thriller "For the Dogs" with Phillip Noyce directing from a screenplay penned by Oren Moverman based on Paul Leyden's adaptation.
"I'm an accidental producer," says Lawrence Inglee, who made waves with his first full producing effort, the military-themed drama "The Messenger," which nabbed two Academy Award nominations.
Hot on the heels of his buzzed-about turn as a corrupt LAPD officer in Oren Moverman's "Rampart," Woody Harrelson has entered negotiations for a role in Summit Entertainment's magician heist pic "Now…
The police thriller "Rampart" -- premiering today in Toronto as one of the fest's hottest sale items -- is a study in contrasts: Not just in its stark high-contrast cinematography, but in the…