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‘The Nap’: Theater Review

Ben Schnetzer plays a Sheffield lad drawn into a match-fixing con when he returns home to compete in the World Snooker Championship in 'The Nap,' the new comedy from 'One Man, Two Guvnors' author…

‘The Journey Is the Destination’: Film Review | TIFF 2016

Ben Schnetzer portrays photojournalist Dan Eldon in a 'The Journey Is the Destination,' a biopic directed by Bronwen Hughes.

‘The Book Thief’ Star Ben Schnetzer Joins Arctic Drama ‘The Grizzlies’

Graham Yost and 'Breaking Bad' writer Moira Walley-Beckett penned the screenplay, with Frank Marshall executive producing the indie.

Berlin: Nick Jonas Says Family Upbringing Prepared Him for Frat Hazing Film ‘Goat’

"Any time you grow up with siblings close in age as we were, there's that sense of fraternity life," Jonas told a festival press conference.

Sundance: Nick Jonas Fraternity Drama ‘Goat’ Nabbed by Paramount/MTV (Exclusive)

'Pineapple Express' director David Gordon Green co-wrote the screenplay with director Andrew Neel.

‘Goat’: Sundance Review

Ben Schnetzer and Nick Jonas play brothers psychologically shaken by the violence of fraternity hazing rituals in Andrew Neel's drama about the twisted byways of manhood.

James Merendino’s ‘Punk’s Dead: SLC Punk 2’ Goes to Cinedigm

The sequel to the 1999 cult hit 'SLC Punk' will receive a limited theatrical run in early 2016, followed by TV and digital distribution.

‘Sticks and Bones’: Theater Review

Bill Pullman, Holly Hunter and Ben Schnetzer star in David Rabe's 1971 play about the toxic effect on an American sitcom family of their son's return from Vietnam

‘The Riot Club’: Toronto Review

Upper-class hooliganism spins out of control into tribal violence in this dark drama from "An Education" director Lone Scherfig

‘Punk’s Dead: SLC Punk 2’ Trailer: Heroin Bob Returns From the Dead (Video)

Heroin Bob's son is the focus of the teaser trailer for the 1998 cult hit's sequel, to be released on Nov. 21.

‘Pride’: Cannes Review

A bitterly divisive strike in Margaret Thatcher's Britain fosters an unlikely union of solidarity between embattled mineworkers and militant gays in this rousing true story.