The supernatural thriller comes out on Halloween in the U.K.
TCA 2014: The actor discusses J.K. Rowling's new story featuring an older version of his famous boy wizard
The two have been snapped on set with some canine co-stars
R.E.M. singer speaks from the heart in Logo special
The pairing will happen at Logo TV's inaugural "Trailblazers" event
The "Harry Potter" star joins previously cast Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Stockard Channing, F. Murray Abraham and Megan Mullally
Openly gay college athlete Matt Kaplon, musicians Tegan and Sara and Laura Jane Grace, and gay former NFL player Wade Davis will appear on the...
He falls for the girl he can't have, played by Zoe Kazan, and then fools himself into thinking they can just be friends
Berry Meyerowitz and the Phase 4 team will join the Film/TV/music distributor
CBS Films' romantic comedy also stars Zoe Kazan, Mackenzie Davis and Rafe Spall
"Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe, a longtime supporter of gay rights, will be a featured presenter
The former "Harry Potter" star is receiving rave reviews for his role in "The Cripple of Inishmaan," but no awards love
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" leads nominations with 10
Ovation greenlights "Young Marvels," about America's prodigies
Oscars will air next Feb. 22
Even the star's credible singing and dancing in "How to Succeed in Business" never brought to mind Hollywood's great song-and-dance man. But in Martin McDonagh's...
New films from Daniel Radcliffe, Mark Ruffalo, Mia Wasikowska lead a slate of smart, quirky alternatives to blockbusters
Elaborate set-up, many euphemisms
The box office results of "Rush" were a contributing factor
The "Kill Your Darlings" stars are planning to reteam with filmmaker John Krokidas, who will direct from a Black List script by Wes Jones
Sony hopes its comedy can connect the way "Ride Along" did with its record opening earlier this month
Harry Potter star will play a deformed boy with dreams of stardom
The geriatrics-gone-wild comedy tops last year's "The Woman in Black" with $54.8M at the domestic box office -- and is still playing
Netflix and Grumpy Cat also make the grade
Ovation commits to more original content dedicated to the arts as part of new carriage agreement
Come for the sodomy, stay for the performances?
The studio has also announced release dates for "Frankenstein" and the animated film "Book of Life"
The "Harry Potter" gay sex scene might attract the curious, but this is a sensual exploration of youthful passion and artists coming of age
The star of "Kill Your Darlings" understands gay sex makes an easy headline -- and (obviously) he's right
Alexandre Aja's latest finds a North American distributor after post-production headaches