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Paul Verhoeven’s Cannes-Bound ‘Benedetta’ Acquired by Mubi for U.K.

The full lineup for this year’s Cannes Film Festival hasn’t yet been officially unveiled, but one of the few titles confirmed for the Croisette has already been snapped up, with Mubi acquiring…

‘Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful’: Film Review

Gero von Boehm takes a second look at the life and work of a controversial fashion photographer in 'Helmut Newton: The Bad and the Beautiful.'

BBC Picks Up Danish Drama ‘DNA’ Starring Charlotte Rampling

The BBC has picked up 'DNA,' a Danish crime series from one of the creators of 'The Killing.' The series, which stars Oscar-nominated British actress Charlotte Rampling, will air in Britain later…

Berlin: Charlotte Rampling to Star in Dark Comedy ‘Juniper’ (Exclusive)

Charlotte Rampling will play a feisty, alcoholic grandmother in the dark comedy 'Juniper,' which is being launched at the European Film Market in Berlin.

Charlotte Rampling Joins Timothee Chalamet in ‘Dune’ (Exclusive)

Charlotte Rampling has joined the cast of 'Dune,' Legendary's adaptation of the Frank Herbert novel being directed by Denis Villeneuve.

Charlotte Rampling to Receive Honorary Golden Bear at Berlin Film Festival

British actress Charlotte Rampling will be honored with a lifetime achievement Golden Bear at the 2019 Berlin International Film Festival.

‘The Little Stranger’: Film Review

The haunted-house melodrama 'The Little Stranger,' from 'Room' director Lenny Abrahamson, is more stolid than it is scary.

‘Red Sparrow’: Film Review

'Hunger Games' vet Francis Lawrence reteams with star Jennifer Lawrence for 'Red Sparrow,' a film about Russian sex spies.

‘Hannah’: Film Review | Venice 2017

Charlotte Rampling stars as a woman adrift in the wake of a family disgrace in director Andrea Pallaoro's intimate portrait of traumatized alienation, 'Hannah.'

Cannes: ‘Room’ Director Lenny Abrahamson to Tackle Ghost Story for Focus

'The Little Stranger' will star Charlotte Rampling, Domhnall Gleeson and Ruth Wilson.

‘The Sense of an Ending’: Film Review | Palm Springs 2017

Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling and Michelle Dockery star in a big-screen adaptation of the widely praised Julian Barnes novel about a love triangle and its consequences over several decades.