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WWII Drama ‘Anthropoid,’ Starring Jamie Dornan, to Open Karlovy Vary Festival

Sean Ellis' film, also starring and Cillian Murphy, tells the real-life story of the assassination of a top Nazi general.

World War II Drama ‘Anthropoid’ Goes to Bleecker Street

Directed by Sean Ellis, the film stars Cillian Murphy and Jamie Dornan.

First Look: Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Cillian Murphy Get Criminal in ‘Free Fire’

Ben Wheatley's hard-boiled 1970s-set thriller was executive produced by Martin Scorsese.

First Look: Jamie Dornan, Cillian Murphy in WWII Thriller ‘Anthropoid’

'Metro Manila's Sean Ellis is directing the feature about the real-life plot to assassinate a Nazi general.

‘Transformers’ Star Jack Reynor Boards Ben Wheatley’s ‘Free Fire’

The up-and-comer joins Sharlto Copley, Cillian Murphy and Brie Larson in the Martin Scorsese-exec produced crime thriller.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Tomorrowland,’ ‘Poltergeist’ and More

Read what THR's critics are saying about the Jennifer Connelly drama 'Aloft' and Hailee Steinfeld's animated film 'When Marnie Was There.'

‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Star Jamie Dornan Boards WWII Thriller ‘Anthropoid’

The actor is joining Cillian Murphy in the drama about a real-life assassination attempt.

‘Peaky Blinders’ Producer Says Show Is Working-Class Antidote to ‘Downton Abbey’

The second season of the Brit gangster drama goes out on Netflix Nov. 14

AFM: Olivia Wilde, Cillian Murphy Board Crime Thriller ‘Free Fire’

U.K. director Ben Wheatley's first film set in the U.S. will also star Armie Hammer and Luke Evans and will be presold at the market

‘Ballyturk’: Theater Review

The explosive comic chemistry of Cillian Murphy and Mikel Murfi elevates Enda Walsh's lively but disjointed farce about misery and mortality

Sundance Channel Takes ‘Rectify,’ ‘Monty Python Live’ for Networks Worldwide

The international arm of AMC Networks also picks up Brit dramas "Mr. Selfridge" and "Peaky Blinders," Australian series "The Code" and Denmark's "Borgen" for select international territories.