Swedish star Stellan Skarsgard ("Nymphomaniac") is set to exec produce an English-language feature film adaptation of late journo Stig Dagerman's "German Autumn" (Tysk Host). "Autumn" comprises a…
Lars Von Trier continues his teasing marketing campaign for his next film, “Nymphomaniac,” with this latest clip featuring Uma Thurman and Charlotte Gainsbourg. In the scene, Thurman appears to…
No stranger to controversy surrounding his pics, director Lars Von Trier is already drawing eyeballs with the marketing campaign for “Nymphomaniac.” The latest tease is a newly-released photo of Shia…
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The first teaser trailer for Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" has been unveiled as part of the first of eight segments of the dramatic feature. The film recounts the erotic life history of a…
With Brad Pitt attached and Sony now on board to distribute, WWII pic "Fury" has begun building its ensemble cast with Shia LaBeouf in talks to co-star.
"I'll Eat You Last," Broadway's incoming solo show starring Bette Midler, has locked in its theater and dates, skedding an April opening at the Booth Theater.
Shia LeBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood stopped by the Variety Studio on Tuesday to discuss Fredrik Bond’s new drama “The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.” LeBeouf, who plays a guy in love with the…
Romania's film industry has benefitted from both the country's spectacular locations -- encompassing river deltas, dense forests, ancient cities and majestic mountains -- and its reputation for cost…
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all U.S. rights to Robert Redford's"The Company You Keep."
''Looper,'' helmer Rian Johnson's time-travel thriller starring Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt, will open the 2012 Toronto Film Festival.
With the big six Hollywood studios making fewer pics and focusing more and more on tentpole franchises, the independent sector has a clear-cut opportunity to expand.