Adam Scott and Naomi Scott are producing Chris Kelly's indie movie "Other People"
Langella is in a handful of movies right now, and will next appear in "Grace of Monaco"
"As to 'Wolf of Wall Street,' this film is devoid of values. It is cheap sexual exploitation"
Weinstein puts the British drama in Oscar race, sets "One Chance" for Dec. 27 and shifts "Grace of Monaco" to March 2014
There's no truth to reports suggesting the "Harry Potter" star is poised to play the late Queen singer
TIFF's People's Choice Award has gone to Oscar Best Picture winner twice in the last six years; "Prisoners," "Philomena" named runners-up
The behemoth of the fall festivals has arrived, with a lineup too vast to comprehend and a six-year Oscar winning streak on the line
Atlas Entertainment is producing the WB movie, which Jay Roach is directing from a script by Scott Z. Burns
Stephen Frears directed the drama written by Coogan and Jeff Pope, based on Martin Sixsmith's book "The Lost Child of Philomena Lee"
Stephen Frears ("The Queen") is directing the movie, which will be produced by Working Title
Festival will open with "Gravity" and will also include movies from Errol Morris, David Gordon Green and Stephen Frears
Film financiers reported a strong market at Cannes this year
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's first 3D movie co-stars Helena Bonham Carter and Kathy Bates
"Passengers" will be in theaters next year
Judi Dench and Steve Coogan star in the film
Veteran actors will play Supreme Court justices in story of battle over Vietnam conscientious objection
Festival's 2012 lineup of premieres will also include new documentaries from Joe Berlinger and Stacy Peralta
Stephen Frears is directing the adaptation of Beth Raymer's gambling memoir
Toronto entry “Tamara Drewe” is loosely based on “Far from the Madding Crowd,” but its director just cared about the laughs
Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster may reunite with "The Messenger" writer-director Oren Moverman for the crime drama "Rampart"