Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) sets out to find his look-alike after seeing him in a movie. The thriller from Denis Villeneuve and co-starring Melanie Laurent, Sarah Gordon and Isabella Rossellini is set to hit limited theaters on March 14.
Gabriel Polsky's documentary on the Russian hockey culture during the cold war. The film from executive producers Werner Herzog and Jerry Weintraub also features footage with former NHL coaches Scotty Bowman and Don Cherry.
"Initially it was very had for me to watch, because knowing that someone who had had a hand in creating me who had went through so much," says Leonard Holton, J.R. (4th great grandson). "There were points in the movie I couldn't watch, it felt like I was Solomon, it felt like it was me."
Netflix and other streamers, as well as 3D, Blu-ray, kiosks and cinema advertising will each do their part to make sure the film industry prospers domestically and worldwide for the next several years, according to PwC. READ MORE
What made "Despicable Me" an unexpected $542 million success and earned Chris Meledandri a PGA nomination? The fact that it was unexpected, says Meledandri, who shared today's nom with John Cohen and Janet Healy. READ MORE