This JFK assassination retelling makes "Bobby" look like a masterpiece by comparison.
John F. Kennedy assassination drama "Parkland" has nearly sold out across the world in advance of its world preem in Venice this year. Exclusive Media has inked deals with CCC for Japan, Lusomundo…
Exclusive Releasing has moved back the release of the John F. Kennedy assassination drama "Parkland," starring Zac Efron, Marcia Gay Harden and Paul Giamatti, to Oct. 4.
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Proving your chops as a new director is hard enough. But tackling one of the most monumental and emotionally charged events of the past half century ratchets up the pressure and audience expectations…
Exclusive Releasing has set a Sept. 20 release for “Parkland,” the recounting of the aftermath of the John F. Kennedy assassination — two months ahead of the 50th anniversary of the event. The film…
Exclusive Media has closed deals for several markets for its JFK assassination drama "Parkland," including a multi-territory deal with Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions.
James Badge Dale, Jackie Earle Haley, Colin Hanks, David Harbour and Ron Livingston have joined the cast of "Parkland," the indie drama about the assassination of John F. Kennedy that will mark the…
Zac Efron and Marcia Gay Harden have joined the cast of "Parkland," the indie drama about the assassination of John F. Kennedy that will mark the directorial debut of scribe Peter Landesman.
Paul Giamatti, Billy Bob Thornton and Jacki Weaver will topline "Parkland," the indie drama about the assassination of John F. Kennedy that will mark the directorial debut of scribe Peter Landesman.
Aiming to provide a framework by which the former president can be tried for murder for taking the U.S. to war with Iraq under false pretenses, Vincent Bugliosi's docu presents little new evidence.