As a child, when future TV host Fred Rogers would see scary images on the news, his mother would tell him, "Look for the heroes." If Fred were a boy today, she'd add, "Look for Ken Feinberg." Feinberg, the lawyer at the center of Sara Colangelo's "Worth," specializes
GÖTEBORG, Sweden All3Media is to handle international rights on Icelandic crime series “Black Sands” which, currently in development, is to be pitched at the Göteborg Festival’s TV Drama Vision confab on Thursday. “Black Sands” marks the first crime thriller to be created by Icelandic helmer Baldvin
GÖTEBORG, Sweden: “All the Sins”’ Finnish co-writers and creators Mika Ronkainen and Merja Aakko, winners of last year’s Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize for outstanding Nordic screenplay, are developing for MRK Matila Röhr Productions an adoption drama set between Finland and Guatemala. Based on a true
Hong Kong’s government has put the territory on the highest state of emergency in response to the outbreak of coronavirus in mainland China. Schools will remain closed until Feb. 17, long after the Chinese New Year holidays, which begin today, should have finished. Hong Kong is a Special Administrative
To the individual enduring it, sorrow seems a lonely, defenseless emotion, one from which others are too quick to look away. Shared and felt en masse, however, it can become something different: a galvanizing force, a wall, not diminished in pain but not diminished by it either. Ai Weiwei's stirring
On the second night of this year's Sundance Film Festival, two high-profile dramas premiered to packed houses at the Eccles Theater -- but neither of them had a seat reserved for their lead actors. "Ironbark," a historical drama about a mild-mannered businessman turned spy for the British
Tall, dark and handsome? The crush that Noémie Merlant’s character, Jeanne, explores in "Jumbo" is one out of three: a 25-foot-tall carnival ride who seduces the amusement park janitor as she spit-cleans his bulbs. During the night shift, Jumbo literally lights up Jeanne's life, and while
Movie spies typically fall into one of two categories. There are the butterflies — flamboyant secret agents like James Bond or “Atomic Blonde” who behave as conspicuously as possible. And then there are the moth-like kind, who do their best to blend in. The character Benedict Cumberbatch plays in “Ironbark
Fox network boss Michael Thorn previously admitted the topic had been discussed with Empire creators Lee Daniels and Danny Strong.
The Big Sick star underwent the stunning full body transformation for his role in the upcoming Marvel blockbuster.
“Miss Juneteenth” richly captures the slow pace of ebbing small-town Texas life, even if you might wish there were a bit more narrative momentum to pick up the slack in writer-director Channing Godfrey Peoples' first feature. She’s got a very relatable heroine in Nicole Beharie’s Turquoise, an erstwhile
German metal group Rammstein will be embarking on their first-ever North American stadium tour in August. It's the first time the band will tour the U.S. since 2011, and to promote what are sure to be a series of pyrotechnic-heavy events, they did it the most metal way possible: with a blimp flying
The basic plot of “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” is easy enough to describe. A 17-year-old girl named Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) winds up pregnant in a small Pennsylvania town. Prevented from seeking an abortion by the state’s parental consent laws, she takes off for New York City with her cousin Skylar