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The unique friendship between a painter and a boy. A couple who can't agree where to go on vacation. A guy who wakes up after a night of hard drinking with no idea where he is or what he's done.
Lionsgate has acquired film and TV rights to Timothy Hallinan's "Junior Bender" crime fiction book series.
After 35 years of anchoring the downtown theater scene, Soho Rep is still living up to its mandate of producing bold work by brave pioneers.
Studiocanal and its partners film on several continents, pursuing the best location for the story and often taking advantage of generous local tax incentives
LONDON -- Brit thesps Anna Friel, Tamsin Egerton and Imogen Poots are set to star alongside Steve Coogan in Michael Winterbottom's "King of Soho."
To get away with a second act opening number that constantly repeats the line "I am so shit," writing and production need to have already exerted a pretty strong grip on an aud's affections.
Forget the fusty furniture. Reinvented in London almost a decade ago and now thriving in New York, the culture of private social clubs has finally come to Los Angeles.
Like hungry rebels attempting to storm the palace, would-be Soho House party revelers pulled every trick in the book to get inside the castle-like Chateau La Napoule walls Friday night. You'd think…
It's dream casting. With Peter O'Toole's loucheness and Mick Jagger's legs, Rhys Ifans' Don Juan has an almost impossibly relaxed swagger betraying both aristocracy and arrogance. When this head boy…
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