As Mark Burnett and Roma Downey step up the process of securing a theatrical distributor for “Son of God,” the feature derived from the pair’s 10-hour miniseries “The Bible,” the two have enlisted…
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This bio of World Boxing Council lightweight champ Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini connects on emotional levels.
Jeff Bridges' wizard is taking on a multitude of evil forces, including a witch portrayed by Julianne Moore, in the first U.K. trailer for Warner Bros.' fantasy action film "The Seventh Son."
For the second time, Warner Bros. has delayed fantasy action film "The Seventh Son," which stars Jeff Bridges, Ben Barnes, Julianne Moore and Alicia Vikander.
Hirokazu Kore-eda's reverberant drama is a characteristically low-key treatment of familial bonds, expectations and responsibilities.
"Son" plays like a parody of an Italo pic, furthering the peninsula's diminishing rep on the international cinema scene.
The babies-switched-at-birth plot device is applied to the Arab-Israeli conflict in "The Other Son," an adequate if never surprising effort from French helmer Lorraine Levy.
Rafe Spall ("Prometheus") and Jacqueline Emerson ("The Hunger Games") are attached to star in indie drama "Son of the South," a new project from Barry Alexander Brown that Spike Lee is set to exec…
Writer-director Dito Montiel shoots mostly blanks in the hokey cop meller "The Son of No One."
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