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Julianne Moore and Clive Owen in Apple TV+’s ‘Lisey’s Story’: TV Review

Stephen King adapts his own 2006 novel, with Pablo Larrain directing this limited series about grief, marriage, the literary process and imaginary worlds.

‘The Informer’: Film Review

Joel Kinnaman plays a snitch forced to enter prison for a mission in Andrea Di Stefano's 'The Informer,' co-starring Rosamund Pike, Common, Clive Owen and Ana de Armas.

Canadian Screen Awards: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Leads Nominations

Eugene and Dan Levy's 'Schitt's Creek,' originally a CBC and then a Pop TV comedy, on Tuesday nabbed a field-leading 26 nominations for the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards.

‘Gemini Man’: Film Review

THR review: In Ang Lee's effects-heavy 'Gemini Man,' Will Smith plays dual star roles as both a veteran assassin and his younger clone.

‘The Song of Names’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

THR review: Clive Owen and Tim Roth star in 'The Song of Names,' Francois Girard's drama about a gifted Jewish musician who barely escaped Poland before the Holocaust and his adopted English brother.

‘The Song of Names’ to Close San Sebastian Film Festival

The San Sebastian International Film Festival will close its 67th edition with the international premiere of 'The Song of Names,' starring Tim Roth and Clive Owen.

‘The Night of the Iguana’: Theater Review

Clive Owen, Lia Williams and Anna Gunn star in the London revival of 'The Night of the Iguana,' the steamy comedy-drama often cited as Tennessee Williams' last great play.

‘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.

How Broadway’s Groundbreaking Play ‘M. Butterfly’ Has Transformed for a New Generation

Julie Taymor, Clive Owen, David Henry Hwang and breakout actor Jin Ha tell THR of tweaking the revival, which opened Thursday night.

‘M. Butterfly’: Theater Review

Julie Taymor directs Clive Owen and newcomer Jin Ha in 'M. Butterfly,' David Henry Hwang's 1988 drama about a French diplomat embroiled in a romantic web of espionage and betrayal with a Beijing…

‘The Villainess,’ Takashi Miike’s ‘Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure’ to Open Fantasia Festival

The first titles unveiled for the Montreal film fest include Luc Besson's 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,' starring Rihanna and Dane DeHaan.

Cannes: Clive Owen, Rosamund Pike, Joel Kinnaman and Common Join ‘Three Seconds’

The action thriller comes from 'Escobar: Paradise Lost' director Andrea Di Stefano and is being introduced to the market in Cannes by Bloom.