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‘Triple Frontier’ Director on Lessons Learned From Heist Gone Wrong

'Triple Frontier' director J.C. Chandor talks about lessons learned from the film's heist gone wrong as producers of the thriller starring Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac and others talk to The Hollywood…

‘Triple Frontier’: Film Review

Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal star in J.C. Chandor's heist movie 'Triple Frontier.'

New ‘Triple Frontier’ Trailer: Stakes Get Deadlier in Ben Affleck-Led Heist

Netflix has released the second trailer for 'Triple Frontier,' the Ben Affleck and Oscar Isaac-led heist film directed by J.C. Chandor that hits the streaming service on March 13.

‘Viper Club’: Film Review | TIFF 2018

Susan Sarandon stars in 'Viper Club,' the second feature by writer-director Maryam Keshavarz ('Circumstance'), which was produced by J.C. Chandor's CounterNarrative Films.

YouTube Buys Susan Sarandon Thriller ‘Vulture Club’

The Google platform plans a theatrical release, followed by a YouTube Red release, for the terrorist thriller that also stars Edie Falco and Matt Bomer.

J.C. Chandor to Remake Austrian Heist Thriller ‘The Robber’

Chase Palmer will adapt the story, for Chandor to direct, of a real-life marathon runner turned bank robber.

Johnny Depp Mulling Offer for Crime Drama ‘Triple Frontier’

The drug-cartel project is set to be directed by J.C. Chandor.

A24, J.C. Chandor Adapting ‘The Liar’s Ball’

The 'A Most Violent Year' helmer will produce with an eye to direct the film based on Vicky Ward's book.

NBR Red Carpet: Oscar Hopefuls Happy to Be in the Conversation

The directors and producers of 'The Imitation Game,' 'The Lego Movie' and 'A Most Violent Year' reveal their mindset as awards season heats up

Rotterdam Film Festival Completes Lineup

13 films from first- and second-time directors will compete for Rotterdam's three Tiger Awards

‘A Most Violent Year’: Inside Alex Ebert’s Enraged Original Song “America for Me”

The Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros frontman and film composer explains how the structure-less track has changed his songwriting process for the band's future release