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Rebecca Hall

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  • 2014 winter-spring movie preview: An overview of films opening through late April

    2014 winter-spring movie preview: An overview of films opening through late April
    The 2014 winter-spring movie preview is a broad overview of films opening through late April. Release dates and other details, as compiled by Oliver Gettell, are subject to change. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Movie previews: A listing in the...
  • Chicago Theater Review: 'The Phantom of the Opera,' the New National Tour

    So rare is a show that can run fundamentally unaltered for 26 years, bringing in global audiences galore, that this touring production of still-going Broadway megahit "The Phantom of the Opera," with a new set and staging, is big news, despite introducing...
  • Hugh Jackman Helped Make Broadway the Star-Magnet It Is Today

    When Hugh Jackman hits Broadway next season in Jez Butterworth's play "The River," it'll mark his fourth stint on the Gotham boards in a dozen years. His return not only underscores his remarkable commitment to stage work for an in-demand thesp with a...
  • With Closing of 'Janis,' Broadway's Love of Concerts Gains Some Caveats

    For a while there, it was starting to look as if concerts on Broadway were the new star-driven play revivals: a go-to option for producers looking for one of the Main Stem's safer financial bets. But the current run of "A Night With Janis Joplin" --...
  • Berlin: Jason Segel-Jesse Eisenberg's 'End of the Tour' Gets Financing

    In a pre-Berlin announcement, Mark Manuel and Ted O'Neal's Kilburn Media has come on board as full financiers of the drama "The End of the Tour," starring Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg. Foreign sales will be handled at the European Film Market by the...
  • Berlin: Rebecca Hall Joins Romantic Comedy 'Tumbledown'

    In a pre-Berlin casting, Rebecca Hall has come on board indie romantic comedy "Tumbledown" alongside Jason Sudeikis, Blythe Danner and Joe Manganiello. Sierra/Affinity will commence international sales next week at the European Film Market. CAA is...
  • 'Transcendence' into directing for cinematographer Wally Pfister

     'Transcendence' into directing for cinematographer Wally Pfister
    If you're suffering Hollywood career doubts and need a little advice, there are worse people you could turn to than Christopher Nolan. That's the situation Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister found himself in several years ago when he debated...
  • Boutique ArcLight theaters may shake up local cinema scene

    Boutique ArcLight theaters may shake up local cinema scene
    We keep hearing it: The theatrical exhibition component of the movie business is on a slow fade to extinction. Well. Besides taxes, cockroaches and "Two and a Half Men," what isn't going away, ultimately? Try telling that to ArcLight Cinemas. The...
  • Ewan McGregor Set For Broadway Debut Next Year

    Because it's never too early to start booking big-name stars for Broadway stints, the Roundabout Theater Company has set Ewan McGregor to make his Main Stem debut in its revival of "The Real Thing," now set to open at the American Airlines Theater in...
  • Eric Bana's 'Closed Circuit' Eyes Bleak $4.5 Mil Six-Day Opening

    With filmgoers busy at barbecues, Labor Day weekend box office is often slow. But in the past few years, Focus has taken advantage of the meager frame by releasing low-risk thrillers that sometimes overperform. This year's entry is Eric Bana starrer...
  • Gullane Hopes 'Luck' Strikes Again at the B.O. (EXCLUSIVE)

    Gullane Filmes, producer of Venice Festival closing film "Amazonia," is producing "Till Luck Do Us Part 2," the sequel to Brazil's biggest homegrown hit of 2012 in an attempt to parlay a local B.O. phenom into a franchise with international outreach....
  • Chinese Cinema: Base FX's Effects Exception

    China has yet to establish much of a visual effects industry built on quality of work. Indeed most Chinese filmmakers tend to use Thai or Korean shops, as their graphics are better than those from China's vfx companies but not as pricey as the top-end...