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‘Captain Fantastic’: Sundance Review

Viggo Mortensen stars as the head of an eccentric family of home-schooled prodigies living off the grid in actor turned writer-director Matt Ross' follow-up to '28 Hotel Rooms.'

Broadway Preview: Steve Martin, Saoirse Ronan, Lupita Nyong’o Make Spring Debuts

THR looks ahead at the productions still to come in the 2015-16 theater season, starting Jan. 14 with 'Noises Off.'

Frank Langella to Star in ‘The Father’ on Broadway

The dark comedy goes inside the mind of Andre, a retired dancer living with his adult daughter and her husband.

Frank Langella Joins FX’s ‘The Americans’

He boards the series as an ex-KGB handler

Steve Zahn, Kathryn Hahn Board ‘Captain Fantastic’

The latest talent additions come as Entertainment One picks up the international rights to the Viggo Mortensen-starrer by writer-director Matt Ross.

Cannes: Frank Langella Joins ‘The Driftless Area’

Anton Yelchin, Zooey Deschanel and John Hawkes are starring in the romance film, which will begin shooting in Vancouver on May 14.

Mongrel Media Takes Canadian Rights to Nicole Kidman Starrer ‘Grace of Monaco’

The biopic about the legendary Hollywood actress turned princess will open Cannes Film Festival.

‘Draft Day’: What the Critics Are Saying

Ivan Reitman's football drama stars Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Denis Leary, Frank Langella and Sam Elliott.

King Lear: Theater Review

Frank Langella tackles the big daddy of Shakespearean roles in Angus Jackson's production for Chichester Festival Theatre, playing a month-long run in Brooklyn.

‘Draft Day’ Trailer: Kevin Costner Stresses and Threatens Over Top NFL Pick (Video)

The first trailer for the football dramedy shows Costner attempting to intimidate Denis Leary and barter with Frank Langella on the league's most stressful day.

Frank Langella to Play ‘King Lear’ in New York

The Tony winner will tackle William Shakespeare's tragic monarch at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in January, following the production's British debut at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

Genius on Hold: Film Review

The interests of capitalism, government and organized crime collide in the true-life tragedy of inventor Walter Shaw.