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Jamie Dornan, HBO Max Board ‘The Tourist’ From ‘Fleabag’ Producer

Danielle Macdonald, Shalome Brune-Franklin and Hugo Weaving have also joined the six-part series, due to shoot in Australia later this year.

‘Measure for Measure’: Film Review

Paul Ireland uses Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure' as a way to look at conflict between immigrants and native Australians.

‘The Visit, or The Old Lady Comes to Call’: Theater Review

Lesley Manville plays the billionairess out for revenge in Tony Kushner's adaptation of Friedrich Dürrenmatt's dark parable 'The Visit,' with Hugo Weaving as the old lover who wishes he wasn't.

‘Mortal Engines’: Film Review

Peter Jackson produced and co-wrote 'Mortal Engines,' a post-apocalyptic story based on the young adult novels by Philip Reeve.

IFC Films Nabs Irish Revenge Drama ‘Black 47’

IFC Films has picked up the U.S. rights to Black 47, director Lance Daly's Irish famine revenge drama that stars Hugo Weaving, James Frecheville, Stephen Rea, Freddie Fox and Jim Broadbent.

‘Black 47’: Film Review | Berlin 2018

Set during the Great Famine of the 1840s, director Lance Daly's Irish revenge Western 'Black 47' has its world premiere at the Berlinale.

Jennifer Jason Leigh, Hugo Weaving Board Showtime Miniseries ‘Patrick Melrose’

Anna Madeley has also signed on for the five-part limited series, which will star Benedict Cumberbatch.

‘David Stratton: A Cinematic Life’ : Film Review | Cannes 2017

Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe, Geoffrey Rush and more appear in Sally Aitken's documentary love letter to a venerable champion of Australian cinema, 'David Stratton: A Cinematic Life.'

‘Hacksaw Ridge’: Venice Review

Mel Gibson returns to directing after a decade-long absence with this true story starring Andrew Garfield as a non-violent American war hero who never fired a weapon.

‘Strangerland’: Sundance Review

Nicole Kidman and Joseph Fiennes are the parents of two children who go missing in the Australian outback in Kim Farrant's feature debut.

‘Insidious’ and ‘Saw’s’ Leigh Whannell Wants His Next Project To Be Sci-Fi

The mastermind talks unlikely inspirations — Rob Reiner? — and the 'Star Wars' director he says is his favorite modern filmmaker