CBS Studios’ production is based partly on Louisa May Alcott’s literary classic and set on the dystopic streets of Philadelphia
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“Using Hollywood logic, 85 yr old Clint Eastwood will be Uncle Ben,” one Twitter user jokes
David Harbour also joins cast of series from “Wayward Pines” EPs Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer
Series will explore stories behind classic films like “Steel Magnolias” and “Sunset Boulevard”
The former Sony executive will produce the drama, which will be written by the “Stories We Tell” filmmaker
“These experiments are undyingly relevant,” says director Michael Almereyda about film based on social psychologist Stanley Milgram’s life and controversial behavioral experiments while at TheWrap...
Three-day program comes as science-based films “The Imitation Game,” “The Theory of Everything” and “Interstellar” hit theaters
Franco mashes up movies and genres to hilarious results in his new AOL series “Making a Scene”
From “The Wire” co-creator David Simon, the miniseries stars Oscar Isaac and Catherine Keener
Imagine the wound-up, overly fraught Ida Lupino trying to play a distressed teenager, and you have Barrett Wilbert Weed’s Veronica. At age 16, Winona Ryder...
‘Homefront’ Review: Jason Statham vs. James Franco in Uneasy Mashup of Brutish Action and Family Values
This Sylvester Stallone-scripted shoot-em-up packs in the action, but the attempts at family-values messaging feel hypocritical at best
- By TheWrap Staff on May 5, 2013 @ 11:58 am
Millennium Entertainment connected with two limited releases — “The Iceman” and “What Maise Knew” — at the specialty box office this weekend. "The Iceman,” which...
Winona Ryder, Ray Liotta add to compelling look at real-life hitman Richard Kuklinski
The visionary behind “Beetlejuice” and “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure” comes out to play in this ghoulishly entertaining horror-comedy
Rather than casting the same actors over and over again, why not turn to these skilled actors?
The Disney film’s top-notch voice cast features Winona Ryder, Martin Landau, Catherine O’Hara and Martin Short