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  • Variety Critics' Choice Director Daniel Wolfe on 'Catch Me Daddy' and Future Plans

    Of the ten up-and-coming European directors showcased in Variety's Critics' Choice selection at this year's Karlovy Vary Film Festival, only one can claim to have already directed Jake Gyllenhaal in a slasher film of sorts. That'd be Britain's Daniel...
  • EOne Goes Toe to Toe With Hollywood Majors in U.K.

    LONDON -- Entertainment One is well-placed to retain its position as the U.K.'s top independent distributor after a strong first half of the year, and a muscular slate for the remaining months. But, as Alex Hamilton, managing director, eOne Films U.K.,...
  • 'Whiplash' Producer David Lancaster Launches Company (EXCLUSIVE)

    After eight years as co-president at Bold Films, David Lancaster has launched Rumble as a production-development-financing company. Rumble has already attached Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to direct spy thriller "Tin Man" from a script by Seth Lochhead ("...
  • Kurt Sutter Inks New Deals with 20th TV and FX

    "Sons of Anarchy's" Kurt Sutter has signed a new, three -year overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television and a first-look development deal with FX, Variety has learned. The contract is an exclusivity agreement between the "Anarchy" scribe and exec...
  • Toronto Film Festival Lineup Includes Denzel Washington's 'Equalizer,' Kate Winslet's 'A Little Chaos'

    The Toronto Film Festival has announced more than 40 titles -- a mix of awards contenders, star-powered indies, and international arthouse fare -- screening in its Gala and Special Presentations program this September, including Denzel Washington's "The...
  • Is Toronto Film Festival Losing Its Awards Mojo?

    Toronto's lineup, announced Tuesday, has awards pundits drooling in anticipation, but here's some free advice: Wipe away the drool and manage your expectations. A few years ago, the Canadian fest was the focus of many awards campaigns. But the...
  • Open Road sets Feb. 20 U.S. Release for Sean Penn's 'The Gunman'

    CANNES -- Open Road has set a U.S. release dates of Feb. 20 for the Silver Pictures Sean Penn starrer "The Gunman." Euro film/TV group Studiocanal, which also financed and sold internationally "The Gunman," will release the action thriller in France on...
  • Rupert Grint Joins Starry Broadway Cast of 'It's Only a Play'

    Rupert Grint will follow in the Broadway footsteps of fellow "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe this fall, with Grint signing on for the already starry production of Terrence McNally's "It's Only a Play." Grint, who made his London stage debut last...
  • Off Broadway Review: 'When We Were Young and Unafraid' Starring Cherry Jones

    Cherry Jones heads up a first-rate cast in "When We Were Young and Unafraid," a provocative if loosely constructed play by Sarah Treem that looks back with pride (and a hint of horror) to gender politics in 1972. The mismatched residents of a women's...
  • Blockbuster Games to Battle Big-Budget Movies for Fans' Dollars

    If marketers didn't have enough to worry about as they start to position movies against sequels in the "Star Wars," "The Avengers" and "Jurassic Park" franchises, the videogame industry has some serious competition of its own coming out in 2015. The next...
  • 'Honeymoon in Vegas' Makes for a Safer Broadway Bet with N.Y. Critics Already On Its Side

    Producers usually spend the opening night of a Broadway show sweating it out while they wait for reviews to come in. But the upcoming opening night of "Honeymoon in Vegas" will probably provoke a lot less anxiety. With "Honeymoon" inking in a Rialto...
  • Should 'Jersey Boys' Have Cast Movie Stars?

    When Hollywood brings a Broadway show to the big screen, the first casualty is usually the stage actors. This dates back to 1964′s "My Fair Lady," which passed Julie Andrews over for Audrey Hepburn (with Marni Nixon dubbing the singing). Idina...