With the benefit of hindsight, all "Secrets and Lies" really offered – in a strange subgenre of drama built around a murdered child – was a shift in perspective, by putting the focus squarely on the…
Ryan Phillippe launched into A-list territory as a murder victim in the 1997 teen hit "I Know What You Did Last Summer," which Variety deemed a "polished genre piece with superior fright elements."…
Better than "Gracepoint" and not as compelling as "Broadchurch," ABC's "Secrets and Lies" is a solid, twisty version of the increasingly popular murdered-kid-sets-series-in-motion formula, with Ryan…
When Mark Christopher's "54" came out in the summer of 1998, the film had been so heavily reshot, re-edited and retooled that producer Dolly Hall took to calling it "55."
Yet another thriller preying on Americans' travel xenophobia and viewers' fears of losing a child — two of the genre's more pervasive, exploitative hooks in recent year.
Entertainment One Films has acquired the U.S. and Canadian distribution rights to suspense thriller “Catch Hell,” starring Ryan Phillippe in his directorial debut. eOne plans a fall release…
Actor and exec producer Ryan Phillippe's doc "Isolated," which focuses on an ongoing genocide in the Indonesian province of West Papua, is getting some big screen treatment. Phillippe and Something…
ABC has given a series order to “Secrets and Lies,” the mystery thriller that stars Ryan Phillippe as an unlikely murder suspect and Juliette Lewis as the detective investigating the case. Penned by…
Ryan Phillippe is eying the small screen for his next gig, as the thesp is in final negotiations to star in ABC’s drama series “Secrets & Lies.” Variety has confirmed that Phillippe would play Ben…
Ryan Phillippe, who starred in Paul Haggis' "Crash" and Clint Eastwood's "Flags of Our Fathers," is set to make his own directorial debut with "Shreveport," an indie thriller in which he'll also star.
A trio of science-themed projects have picked up a total of $150,000 from the TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund, presented each year by the Tribeca Film Institute and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.