The British comedian is a Tony winner and has over 4 million Twitter followers
The CBS show airs after David Letterman's show
Matthew Goode and Mark Strong co-star in the drama
Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making tale averages a strong $35,230 in expansion to 34 theaters for IFC
Lynn Shelton directs the comedy, which also stars Sam Rockwell
It averages $6,000 on 23 theaters for Magnolia; "Begin Again" expands strongly in second week for Weinstein Company
The film's signature tune, "Lost Stars," is a frontrunner to get an Oscar nod
The Weinstein Company's romantic music fable, which marks Adam Levine's acting debut, averages $29,665 on five screens
"Or maybe I am, I don't know," the Maroon 5 frontman muses in GQ cover story
"They were both outside their comfort zones," the Irish director tells TheWrap in a conversation that also touched on the film's name change post Toronto
The singer-turned-singing actor hits the high notes
New films from Daniel Radcliffe, Mark Ruffalo, Mia Wasikowska lead a slate of smart, quirky alternatives to blockbusters
Indian Paintbrush's action-comedy serves as the next movie from directors Jim Rash and Nat Faxon
The Weinstein romantic comedy formerly known as "Can a Song Save Your Life?" aka the better title
Marc Schipper named CEO of Exclusive
The film, which sold for around $7 million in Toronto, is now called "Begin Again"
A24 will release David Michod's follow up to "Animal Kingdom" in July, while Lynn Shelton's latest hits theaters in September
Justin Chadwick is directing the Weinstein Company's adaptation of Deborah Moggach's beloved romance novel
The '80s-set movie is an autobiographical project for Carney, who last directed the hit Toronto title "Can a Song Save Your Life?"
While it strains for R-rated raunch, this exceedingly mild comedy just rehashes all the men-are-like-this, women-are-like-that observations from "About Last Night" and "When Harry Met...
Gillian Robespierre directed the movie, which is expanded from her own 2009 short film
The Solution and PalmStar Media Capital co-financed Lynn Shelton's film, which was produced by Anonymous Content
On the second day of the festival, "Fishing Without Nets" tells the story "Captain Phillips" never told
Lynn Shelton directed the belated coming-of-age film, which co-stars Chloe Moretz, Sam Rockwell, Jeff Garlin and Ellie Kemper
Pine officially becomes Hollywood's "Mr. Do-Over" in this origin story of the beloved number-crunching CIA agent
Black Bear Pictures' drama co-stars Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Mark Strong and Charles Dance
Michael Fassbender's "Frank," Keira Knightley's "Laggies" and Ryan Reynolds' thriller "The Voices" will also debut at the festival
Writer-director Neil LaBute will be honored this month by channel's new series, "Filmmaker Spotlight"
"Blue is the Warmest Color" is nominated for film and director, but no other categories
Dakota Johnson has a new master after Charlie Hunnam disaster