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Jacinda Ardern Film Causes Backlash In New Zealand, Accusations of “White Saviorism”

Plans for a film on New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s handling of the horrific Christchurch mosque shootings have been met with criticism in the country and accusations of “white saviorism.” On Thursday, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that FilmNation Entertainment is bringing They Are Us to the Cannes Virtual Market later this month. The film, […]

Rose Byrne to Play New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in Andrew Niccol’s ‘They Are Us’

In a project likely to spark considerable interest at the Cannes Virtual Market later this month, Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids, Mrs. America) is set to play New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in They Are Us, written and to be directed by fellow Kiwi Andrew Niccol. The film — being introduced to buyers by FilmNation Entertainment, with […]

‘Anon’: Film Review

Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried star in 'Anon,' the timely Netflix-bound cyberthriller from 'The Truman Show' and 'In Time' creator Andrew Niccol.

Amanda Seyfried Joins Clive Owen in Sci-Film ‘Anon’

The actress is reuniting with 'In Time' director Andrew Niccol on the film.

Clive Owen Joins Andrew Niccols’ Sci-Fi Film ‘Anon’

K5 is financing the project, set in a future world with no privacy or anonymity.

Hasbro’s ‘Monopoly’ Movie Moves to Lionsgate

Andrew Niccol ('The Truman Show,' 'Gattaca,' 'The Terminal') will write the screenplay for the big-screen adaptation.

Critics’ Roundup: 10 Best Films From the Major Fall Festivals (So Far)

With Venice and Telluride wrapped and Toronto just a few days from closing, THR's team of reviewers unveils their 10 favorite films (in alphabetical order)

‘Good Kill’ Director Andrew Niccol Talks U.S. Drone Program, Casting Ethan Hawke

The CIA's drone strategy "blows my mind," says the New Zealand director

Ethan Hawke Hopes ‘Good Kill’ Will Lead to U.S. Drone Policy Debate

"Does the world want the U.S. roving above us?” asks the actor

Toronto: First Controversial Drone Movie Strikes, Questions U.S. Policy

'Good Kill' is making its world premiere at Venice Film Festival before heading for Toronto