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Apple TV+’s ‘Black Bird’: TV Review

Novelist and TV veteran Dennis Lehane runs this six-part drama about a cocky drug dealer (Taron Egerton) playing a game of cat-and-mouse with a serial killer (Paul Walter Hauser).

Dennis Lehane on Fulfilling “Lifelong Dream” to Work With Ray Liotta on Apple’s Upcoming ‘Black Bird’

One of Ray Liotta’s last completed roles before his death was in Black Bird, an Apple TV+ limited series that’s set to premiere in July. Liotta plays a character named Big Jim Keene in the series; Keene is a Chicago police officer whose son (Taron Egerton) is convicted of a crime and given a choice: […]

‘Mr. Mercedes’ Writer Dennis Lehane Discusses the Show’s Pre-Trump Backdrop

'Mystic River' scribe and 'The Wire' veteran Dennis Lehane discusses working for TV, but why he doesn't think we'll ever see a Kenzie-Gennaro TV show.

Steve Zaillian to Write Fox Thriller ‘Dark Web’ (Exclusive)

Joel and Ethan Coen and Dennis Lehane wrote previous drafts of the film about the creation of an online illegal-drug marketplace called "The Silk Road."

‘Live by Night’: Film Review

Ben Affleck wrote, directed and stars in this retelling of Dennis Lehane's 1920s-set novel about the son of an honest Boston-Irish cop who works his way up in organized crime.

Dennis Lehane on New Novel ‘World Gone By,’ Ben Affleck and What He Misses About Boston

The Beantown crime novelist behind 'Mystic River' and 'Shutter Island' and recent L.A. transplant dishes on his latest page-turner and writers room fights on 'The Wire.'

‘The Drop’ Star James Gandolfini Remembered at NYC Premiere of Last Film

Said co-star Michael Aronov: "He was definitely the most un-disappointing celebrity I've met in my life"

‘The Drop’: Toronto Review

Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and James Gandolfini star

Lumanity to Adapt Short Story From ‘Shutter Island’ Author Dennis Lehane

The page-to-screen adaptation by Robert Budreau is the latest for the mystery writer after "Mystic River" and "Gone Baby Gone."

Dennis Lehane Reteams With Leonardo DiCaprio on Fox’s ‘Travis McGee’ (Exclusive)

Lehane will write the screenplay for the DiCaprio vehicle, which Peter Chernin is producing.