"Sherlock" star's powers of deduction are not as strong as one would hope
Berlin: Lawrence Bender ("Pulp Fiction") is producing the movie, which was written by Jonathan W. Stokes and John Romano
TCA 2014: The producers of the PBS series talk longevity of show during Monday's panel discussion
Benedict Cumberbatch, Jeremy Renner and Tina Fey also among new SAG presenters announced
Black Bear Pictures' drama co-stars Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Mark Strong and Charles Dance
He's mostly been solving other people's "elementary" cases
Those who liked the film liked it better than the first, while those who didn't like it didn't like the first one to begin with
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David Grann's acclaimed book serves as the basis for the movie, which Brad Pitt is producing under his Plan B banner
The fire-breather played by Benedict Cumberbatch makes a lethal point
The Oscar front-runner plays with art-house audiences and African-Americans to average $50K on 19 screens
The tale based on the WikiLeaks founder, once considered a potential Oscar contender, posts one of year's worst openings
Space epic blows away "Carrie" and Sly and Arnold's "Escape Plan" as WikiLeaks drama "The Fifth Estate" bombs
Sly and Arnold can't break out with "Escape Plan" and "The Fifth Estate" flops
Two other wide openers -- Stallone and Schwarzenegger's "Escape Plan" and WikiLeaks tale "The Fifth Estate" -- will struggle
In case you missed it this week, George Clooney cleared up a big "Gravity" rumor, Kanye West buried the hatchet with Jimmy Kimmel and Kris...
Bill Condon's film offers a complex but ultimately one-sided portrait of charismatic Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
"The Fifth Estate" and "Sherlock" star wants journalists to ask better questions and loves John Hughes movies
The actor explained how Assange's sharp response to a meeting request affected his decision to star in "The Fifth Estate"
The WikiLeaks founder declined to meet with the actor who portrays him in "The Fifth Estate"
The "Star Trek Into Darkness" star channels Julian Assange's snark to rip into the quality of journalism at the UK news organization
Director Steve McQueen seems determined to bury any lingering "Gone With the Wind-ian" notions of the antebellum South as a place of charm and grace
"The Butler" has done it and "Gravity" should hit $100 million, but can other awards hopefuls combine gravitas and mainstream appeal?
"Eat the fish, Bitch!" -- Julia Roberts braces for her line to be this year's "I Drink Your Milkshake"
Somebody's Oscar hopes may have crashed on the shoals of Toronto
See the sights from the 35th annual Toronto International Film Festival
The 'Avengers' star replaces Benedict Cumberbatch in Legendary's haunted house thriller
The "Sherlock" and "Star Trek into Darkness" star will receive British Artist of the Year award at the Britannia Awards on Nov. 9
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Brad Pitt is producing the long-gestating adaptation of David Grann's book, which will be directed by James Gray