The critically acclaimed show from 'Everest' director Baltasar Kormakur is the first high-end TV drama from Iceland. READ MORE
Dagur Kari's romantic comedy about a very big 43-year-old virgin was named best Nordic film of the year. READ MORE
'Star Wars – The Force Awakens,' which opens Dec. 18 in the U.S., will have to wait until sometime in 2016 for a release in the world's second-largest film market. READ MORE
The local sports drama 'Voin' debuted in second place. READ MORE
'The Walk' opened to a paltry $1.6 million in Imax and premium large-format theaters, and was even beat by a Saturday live broadcast of the Metropolitan Opera's 'Il Trovatore.' READ MORE
The previous weekend's champion 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials' slipped to second place. READ MORE
"Anyone who goes to that movie and wants a fact-based account should read 'Into Thin Air,' " the author, who's played by Michael Kelly in the Universal film, says.
Eli Roth's first directorial effort in eight years, 'The Green Inferno,' also opens, while '99 Homes' launches at the specialty box office.
'Everest' was in second place, opening at IMAX theaters only. READ MORE
The sequel to the 2013 German-language hit has earned more than $35 million in two weeks.
Read what THR's critics are saying about David Oyelowo's 'Captive' and the Emily Blunt starrer 'Sicario.' READ MORE
Johnny Depp's 'Black Mass' and 'Sicario' kick off awards season in earnest; elsewhere, 'Everest' opens exclusively in Imax and premium large-format theaters.
“It’s very physical, working at higher altitudes and not having time to climatize your body," said Salvatore Totino. "I never had a headache like that."
Fall's first two months are filled with star-studded epics like 'Everest' and 'The Martian,' biopics like 'Black Mass' and 'Steve Jobs' and eagerly awaited movies about political issues, like LGBT and women's rights. READ MORE
The 'Everest' actress and outspoken children's rights advocate will pick up the festival's lifetime achievement award. READ MORE
Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin headline an international cast in Baltasar Kormakur's big-screen account of the disastrous 1996 trek along Mount Everest. READ MORE
The second official trailer for 'Everest,' an all-star thriller set for a fall 2015 release. READ MORE
Kristen Stewart, Michael Keaton, Eddie Redmayne, Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes and Dakota Johnson are among the stars in movies coming to the world’s oldest major film festival. READ MORE
Dolby Cinema uses the new Dolby Vision high-dynamic-range laser projection system. READ MORE
The film is directed by Baltasar Kormakur. READ MORE
Only a handful of souls will survive an attempt to reach the summit of the world's tallest mountain in May 1996.
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