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‘Six Minutes to Midnight’: Film Review

Eddie Izzard plays a teacher at an English coastal finishing school for German girls during the build-up to World War II in this historical spy thriller, with Judi Dench as the doting headmistress.

‘LX 2048’: Film Review

A dying man confronts strange post-death options in Guy Moshe's sci-fi drama LX 2048, starring James D'Arcy.

Berlin: IFC Takes James D’Arcy’s ‘Made in Italy’ for U.S. (Exclusive)

IFC Films has nabbed U.S. rights to 'Made in Italy,' a rare comedy featuring action star Liam Neeson.

Liam Neeson, Micheal Richardson Team for Comedy ‘Made in Italy’

The film is the directorial debut of 'Dunkirk' star James D'Arcy and is being introduced at the AFM.

‘The Snowman’: Film Review

Michael Fassbender stars as a troubled detective tracking down a serial killer in 'The Snowman,' a screen version of Jo Nesbo's best-seller directed by Tomas Alfredson ('Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy').

Milo Ventimiglia, ‘Ballers’ Troy Garity Follow Agent Sean Grumman to WME

The 'This Is Us' star leads the roster that is moving over from CAA.

‘Agent Carter’: Peggy’s Betrayal Puts Jarvis in “Nightmare Situation”

James D'Arcy also weighs in on if Howard Stark's butler could appear in future seasons: "There are so many permutations that could get them back together."

Chinese Censors Snip 40 Minutes Off ‘Cloud Atlas’

Tom Tykwer and the Wachowskis’ epoch-spanning epic takes its bow in Beijing with nearly one-fourth of the film missing.

Fox Searchlight Releases New ‘Hitchcock’ Poster (Exclusive)

The new poster features Oscar winners Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, as the Hitchcocks, under the tagline, "Behind Every Psycho Is a Great Woman."

Replicas: Tribeca Review

A well-acted but conventional home-invasion thriller, Jeremy Power Regimbal's directorial debut fails to live up to earlier genre benchmarks like "Funny Games."

‘That 70’s Show’ Star Joins ‘Making of Psycho’ Movie (Exclusive)

Kurtwood Smith will play a a real-life character in the movie, which will tell the true story of how Hitchcock decided to make a "lowly" horror movie.