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Diane Keaton, Andy Garcia, Josh Hutcherson to lead New York comedy ‘Artist In Residence’ for Protagonist Pictures, WME (exclusive)

Diane Keaton, Andy Garcia and Josh Hutcherson have signed to star in Raymond De Felitta’s comedy Artist In Residence, which London-based Protagonist Pictures is launching to international buyers at the Cannes Marche this month.

Paul Rudd, Steve Coogan To Share ‘An Ideal Home’ – Berlin

Ant-Man and Alan Partridge are moving in together, sort of. Fortitude International has added dramedy An Ideal Home to its EFM slate with Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan starring.

‘Ideal Home’ Film Review: Paul Rudd and Steve Coogan Become Unlikely Dads, Hilariously

Writer-director Andrew Fleming is one of the best and most underrated makers of comedies today, and his new film “Ideal Home” is delightful in spite of a premise that sounds un-promising.

Viola Davis, Catalina Sandino Moreno to Star in Courtroom Drama ‘Custody’

Two-time Oscar nominee Viola Davis is attached to star in the courtroom drama “Custody,” multiple individuals familiar with the project have told TheWrap.

Hayden Panettiere, Ellen Burstyn Join Viola Davis in ‘Custody’

Hayden Panettiere and Ellen Burstyn have joined Viola Davis and Catalina Sandino Moreno in James Lapine’s courtroom drama “Custody.”

THE LAST FIVE YEARS Movie Tops iTunes Indie Film Chart in Opening Weekend

Film distributor RADiUS has announced that its new film, THE LAST FIVE YEARS starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan which opened Friday to great reviews, scored an impressive $14,014 per screen in limited release for a total theatrical weekend box office of $42,042.


Created by composer and lyricist Jason Robert Brown, this musical follows a couple through the highs and lows of their five year relationship. 

‘The Last Five Years’: How the Songs Shaped the Movie

Star Jeremy Jordan and writer-director Richard LaGravenese talk to THR about the challenges of filming and weigh in on who's to blame for the demise of the film's central relationship.

Movie review: Anna Kendrick shines in musical ‘The Last Five Years’

It’s such a relief not to have to give spoiler warnings. The final tragedy of “The Last Five Years” is the breakup of a marriage, but it’s laid out in the first scene, because the movie begins at the end.

Anna Kendrick & Jeremy Jordan Get Raves for 'Last Five Years'

Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan walk the red carpet together at the premiere of their new movie musical The Last Five Years on Wednesday (February 11) at the Arclight in Hollywood.

Photos! Fall Head Over Heels with Jeremy Jordan & More at the NYC Movie Premiere of The Last Five Years

The Last Five Years composer Jason Robert Brown, director and screenplay writer Richard LaGravenese and star Jeremy Jordan are ready to see the movie on the big screen!

Jason Robert Brown Is The Busiest Man On Broadway

Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist Jason Robert Brown often finds himself with little time to write.

Anna Kendrick shoots The Last Five Years

It always seems so effortless for Anna Kendrick. Check out these pictures of her from the Staten Island set of The Last Five Years.

Anna Kendrick & Jeremy Jordan: 'Last 5 Years' Movie Lovers!

Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan will officially be starring opposite each other in the film adaptation of the beloved musical, The Last 5 Years!

AFM: Anna Kendrick To Star In Musical Film ‘The Last 5 Years’, With Richard LaGravenese Directing

Anna Kendrick has added another music-heavy film to her to-do list, signing on to star in The Last 5 Years, an adaptation of the off-Broadway play.


The Rizzo family lives on a little-known island in the Bronx that is as quaint and sleepy as any New England town. 

“City Island” Tribeca Audience Winner

Raymond De Felitta’s “City Island” has been announced as the winner of the Tribeca Film Festival’s Heineken Audience Award was announced last night at the Tribeca Filmmaker Lounge in Union Square. 

An operatic comedy in a corner of the Bronx

Vince is a man with a dream. Marlon Brando is his god. He would like to become an actor. This is not likely.

Vamps: Film Review

Alicia Silverstone reunites with her "Clueless" director Amy Heckerling for a comedy about vampires living in New York.

You oughta be in movies

We tend to identify with the leading character of a film, even if he is a heartless bastard.

Sundance: 'Arbitrage,' 'Beasts of the Southern Wild'

Every year at Sundance since the 2008 economic meltdown, there has been a movie that’s looked at the new America through the lens of finance; each of these films has been juicy and enlightening in equal measure.

Richard Gere Plays It Cool About His Golden Globe Nomination

Richard Gere was about as far away from Hollywood as you can get on the day the Golden Globe nominations were announced

Hollywood Film Awards to Honor Career of ‘Arbitrage’ Star Richard Gere (Exclusive)

The 63-year-old silver-haired actor stands a good shot at scoring the first Oscar nomination of his nearly 40-year career for his perf in Nicholas Jarecki's film.

Welcome to New York

'Nobody’s Watching' makes drama out of an Argentine soap star not making it here

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