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‘Most Wanted’: Film Review

Josh Hartnett plays a Canadian journalist in 'Most Wanted,' Daniel Roby's true story of a scandalous drug sting.

Saban Films Nabs SXSW-Bound Horror Thriller ‘Tone-Deaf’

Saban Films has acquired North American rights to Richard Bates Jr.’s horror thriller 'Tone-Deaf,' starring Robert Patrick and Amanda Crew, which will have its world premiere at the upcoming SXSW Film Festival.

Adam Brody, Amanda Crew to Star in Thriller ‘The Wanting’

Yam Laranas directs the film about an all-American couple struggling against a fatal threat.

Natalie Brown, Ricky Mabe Win Golden Maple Awards

The 'Strain' and 'Gigi Does It' actors were awarded at the ceremony, which recognizes Canadian performers working in Hollywood.

Golden Maple Awards Nominees Unveiled

The nominees are Canadian talent in TV series airing in the U.S.

Brandon Jay McLaren, Amanda Crew Win Golden Maple Awards

The honors, which recognized performers and sports figures working in the U.S., were handed out at a ceremony in Los Angeles.

Aly and AJ Michalka Confront Tragedy in Drama ‘Weepah Way for Now’ (Exclusive Video)

The sisters, one who stars on 'iZombie' and one on 'The Goldbergs,' produced the film, which will premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘The Identical,’ ‘Frontera’ and More

See what THR's critics are saying about the Ray Liotta-Ashley Judd musical and the border drama starring Ed Harris and Michael Pena, among other films

Ray Liotta Filmed ‘The Identical’ Because of His Own Adoption Experience

Says newcomer Blake Rayne: "Ray was the one that scared me because we’ve all seen 'Goodfellas!' "

‘Off the Cuff’ Podcast: Amanda Crew on Being Just ‘One of the Guys’ in HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’

The actress yucks it up with #pretapodcasts over being the only girl in a cast of comedy bros and what she shares with her pencil-skirted character ("We have some of the same hair.")

Amanda Crew Top-Lining ‘Ferocious’ Thriller in Canada

The Canadian actress is playing a TV actress retrieving a sexually incriminating videotape in writer/director Robert Cuffley's thriller now shooting in Saskatoon.

Amanda Crew Joins ‘Charlie Zone’

Crew to play drug-addicted runaway in Canadian indie thriller.