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Heather Graham, Elizabeth Reaser Join ‘Law and Order True Crime’

'Deadwood' alum Larry Cedar has also joined Dick Wolf's forthcoming anthology series.

Lionsgate Expands Mobile Gaming Effort With ‘Norm of the North’

The studio has pacted with Splash Entertainment and Animoca Brands on its latest move into the gaming space.

Kenzo’s New Short Film Is a Fashion Dream

The new flick by cult director Gregg Araki is part of the label's fall/winter 2015 campaign.

Heather Graham’s Directorial Debut Casts Angela Kinsey, Molly Shannon (Exclusive)

Graham wrote the sex comedy, in which she'll also star.

‘Horns’: What the Critics Are Saying

Daniel Radcliffe is accused of murdering his girlfriend and sprouts horns on his forehead in Alexandre Aja's adaptation of Joe Hill's novel

Daniel Radcliffe Talks Sprouting ‘Horns’, Trying New Genres and Playing Past ‘Harry Potter’

"Film producers love movies about the devil because he's a character they can all relate to"

Heather Graham Returning for Third ‘Flowers in the Attic’ Movie (Exclusive)

She'll reprise her role as Corrine Dollangager in Lifetime's 'If There Be Thorns'

Toronto: Splash Launches Feature Film Business with ‘Norm of the North’

Rob Schneider stars in the animated feature as the voice of a fun-loving polar bear

Elizabeth Reaser Steps Into Neil LaBute’s ‘The Money Shot’

The actress replaces previously announced star Heather Graham in the Off-Broadway play, appearing opposite Frederick Weller

‘Horns’ Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe Gets Demonic (Video)

In the first full trailer for the film, Radcliffe's character sprouts horns and gives in to his bad-boy side after his girlfriend's unexplained death.

‘Behaving Badly’: Film Review

Selena Gomez plays a straitlaced high-school student in this cheerfully vulgar screwball comedy, which features a very brief cameo by her sometimes squeeze Justin Bieber.

‘Behaving Badly’ Trailer: Selena Gomez Hits a Cop (Video)

Heather Graham, Elisabeth Shue and Nat Wolff co-star in the comedy, hitting theaters Aug. 1.