Magnet Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to sci-fi thriller "The Last Days on Mars," two months after its debut at the Cannes Film Festival's Directors Fortnight.
A murkily derivative sci-fi-horror entry that basically amounts to "Red Planet of the Dead."
BBC America drama "The Hour" will not be back for a third season after the BBC declined to renew the series in the U.K.
This four-hour acquisition -- adapted from Michael Faber's novel -- is sumptuously filmed and intriguingly offbeat, yet ultimately fails to deliver a payoff worthy of its come-on.
That hoary proverb about charity beginning at home would appear to be the inspiration for shorts director Tinge Krishnan's murky debut feature, "Junkhearts."
Though anchored by its appealing leads and directed by Lone Scherfig with customary snap and polish, "One Day" rather too dutifully chronicles the 20-year relationship between two smart, attractive…
American auds might expect they're in for a lovely tale about rural life and cycling. But they're in for a shock from Penelope Skinner's new comedy: The subject, you see, is sex. Lots and lots of sex.
BBC America will launch six-part crime drama "Whitechapel," in which modern-day killers copycat infamous crimes of the past, beginning Nov. 2.
U.K. thesp Eddie Marsan has joined Tom Sturridge, Romola Garai and newcomer Candese Reid for Tinge Krishnan's debut feature "Junkhearts," currently shooting in London.
Every few years seem to produce a new wide-eyed Emma, whether needed or not.