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Starring Elisabeth Moss and Katherine Waterston, Alex Ross Perry's latest film, Queen of the Earth, depicts a convoluted relationship between two best friends.
The Devil in the White City, Erik Larson's gripping book about one of America's first known serial killers, is finally being adapted for the big screen.
In The Bronze, Melissa Rauch's darkly funny Sundance hit, Haley Lu Richardson plays Maggie Townsend, a sweet, scattered gymnast from a small town in Ohio hoping to win gold at the next Olympics.
In Joe Swanberg's newest film Digging for Fire, married couple Tim (Jake Johnson) and Lee (Rosemarie DeWitt) agree to housesit for one of Lee's clients.
Following her early start at age 13, Helena Bonham Carter has amassed a list of film credits as extensive as it is impressive.
For the third consecutive year, and after winning the award in 2013, Tony Hale is nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
If you meet Rebecca Hall, she might ask you about your family history.
Fresh off of this summer's FIFA scandal, The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Ben Affleck will produce the film adaptation of reporter Ken Bensinger's book Houses of Deceit.
It's the beach day from hell in writer-directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers' feature debut, Fort Tilden.
Say your official goodbye to Kate Spade Saturday (@katespadeny). The website is now shutdown. http://t.co/IDoX0ufnh9