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Rachel Weisz to Play Elizabeth Taylor in Biopic From ‘King’s Speech’ Producers

Rachel Weisz is set to play Hollywood icon Elizabeth Taylor in the upcoming biopic 'A Special Relationship' from the producers of 'The King's Speech' and the writer of 'Slumdog Millionaire.'

‘Lion’ Producers on Working With Weinstein, How Brexit and President Trump Will Impact Filmmaking

The Brit-Aussie team of Iain Canning and Emile Sherman, the heads of See-Saw Films, won an Oscar for 'The King's Speech,' open up about resisting suggestions to set 'Lion' in America and possible controversy surrounding their upcoming biblical epic about Mary Magdalene.

Rooney Mara in Talks to Play Mary Magdalene

Universal has teamed with 'The King's Speech' producers See-Saw Films on the upcoming project.

Universal Teams With ‘King’s Speech’ Producers on Mary Magdalene Biopic

See-Saw Films' biblical drama will be directed by Garth Davis, currently in postproduction on the Nicole Kidman-starring 'Lion.'

Rooney Mara Joins Weinstein Co.’s ‘Lion’ Alongside Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel

The film tells the true story of an adopted Australian boy who was reunited with his family in India after 25 years.

Robert Pattinson’s ‘Life’ Gets Screen Australia Financing

The film is one of four features and five TV dramas getting nearly $10 million in financing from the agency.

Piracy Among Hot Topics Addressed at Australian International Movie Convention

According to arts minister George Brandis, copyright law and a review of production incentives are also pressing issues for the film industry.

See-Saw Films Acquires Rights to the Saroo Brierley Story

The producers of "The Kings Speech" are planning a feature based on Brierley's autobiography, which tells how he used Google Earth and childhood memories to find his Indian birth mother after a 25-year separation

Cate Blanchett, Mia Wasikowska and David Wenham to Direct in Omnibus Feature ‘The Turning’

The acting trio will make their directorial debuts alongside 14 other directors in the film adaptation of the iconic Australian short stories.