Rosamund Pike is set to voice Lady Penelope in the re-invention of the popular kids TV series "Thunderbirds Are Go!" Pike, who will also star in David Fincher's adaptation of bestselling tome "Gone…
Chick lit enthusiasts going mad over the recent casting of “50 Shades of Grey” can put down their torches to mull over another femme-friendly book-to-big screen casting announcement. David Fincher…
“Gone Girl” author Gillian Flynn has inked with WME for representation in film, television and book-to-film-and-TV. Besides “Gone Girl,” Flynn has also written “Dark Places” and “Sharp Objects.” All…
David Fincher might have found Amy Dunne. Sources tell Variety that Rosamund Pike has been offered the coveted role opposite Ben Affleck in Fincher's big screen adaptation of “Gone Girl” for Fox and…
Now that Ben Affleck is locked in to star in David Fincher's adaptation of “Gone Girl” for Fox and New Regency, the search has turned to which actress will play the title character. Sources tell…
This sci-fi-themed quest story about a deadly pub crawl is another highly enjoyable exercise in jaunty pastiche from the brains behind 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz.'
In the mold of Bob Lee Swagger, Dirk Pitt and Alex Cross, "Jack Reacher" is right at home among pulp-fiction tough guys Paramount has tried to turn into franchises -- this relatively generic attempt…
LONDON -- Rosamund Pike and Sam Neill have joined the cast of French filmmaker Pascal Chaumeil's English-language debut "A Long Way Down."
A ho-hum exorcism chiller that tries to spice up a formulaic screenplay by converting a predominantly Catholic-fixated horror subgenre to Judaism.
An oddly endearing mix of graphic sex, young love and home-movie noir from the Shumanski brothers.
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