Love story stars James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan as high school sweethearts who rekindle their love after 20 years apart
Toronto 2014: It took a letter signed by some very important people for the talk show host to agree to let filmmakers use her name...
As Ilaria Urbinati dresses Ty Burrell, Lizzy Caplan, and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau for the big night (as well as regular client Bradley Cooper), she shares her...
The British actress joins a cast that includes Evan Rachel Wood, Ed Harris, Jeffrey Wright and James Marsden
The drama from the author of "The Notebook" tells the past and present story of two high school sweethearts who reconnect 20 years later
She exits Magnolia Entertainment after nine years there
"As Above, So Below" moves back two weeks, while "The Loft" is now undated
Marsden stepped in for Paul Walker, after his death, in the Nicholas Sparks film about high school sweethearts who reconnect 20 years later
The actress is game, and some moments land, but this farce is frequently forced and overly frenetic
"Yes Man" screenwriters Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel will make their directorial debuts with the low-budget indie movie
The actress plays a news anchor who gets stranded in downtown Los Angeles with no way to get to work in time to audition for...
Michael Hoffman is directing Relativity's adaptation of the bestselling book, which also stars Michelle Monaghan
Starring Elizabeth Banks and James Marsden, the Steve Brill comedy will open on April 25, 2014
He also can't understand "Australian"
Vaughn will star as a businessman whose trip to Europe gets ruined
Jeremy Garelick is directing the untitled movie for Screen Gems and Miramax
Universal film was produced when Joel Silver was still based at Warner Bros.
The sitcom actress will play the female lead in the time-travel comedy
The actors play a small-town married couple who have too many problems of their own to acknowledge their daughter's issues
James Marsden will next appear in "2 Guns" with Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington
Radius, the Weinstein Company's new video-on-demand label, picks up the Sundance film "Bachelorette"
"Robot and Frank" and "The First Time" gently tweak genre expectations while remaining firmly mainstream-friendly
The movie is based on Pete Fromm's coming-of-age novel
Hugh Jackman and Shirley MacLaine, I'm talking to you!