Country superstar Trisha Yearwood has signed on for the role of Mary in Fox’s live staging of “The Passion,” hosted by Tyler Perry. The two-hour musical telecast is set to air March 20, on Palm…
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"Annie Hall" remains celebrated for the scene in which Woody Allen and Diane Keaton's spoken words are wittily contradicted by their thoughts presented in subtitles. Four years later, Peter Nichols's…
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An intense religious drama set during the Pinochet regime and based on a true story, "The Passion of Michelangelo" reps an ambitious sophomore fiction feature for Chilean writer-director Esteban…
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