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John Malkovich Boards Apple’s WWII Fashion Drama ‘The New Look’

Apple TV+ is adding to the star-studded cast of its drama The New Look. John Malkovich, Emily Mortimer and Claes Bang have signed on to the series, which chronicles the Paris fashion world at the end of World War II and the rise of designer Christian Dior. Ben Mendelsohn is playing Dior; the cast also […]

Saban Films Acquires John Malkovich Dark Comedy ‘Chariot’ (Exclusive)

Saban Films has nabbed North American and select international rights to writer and director Adam Sigal’s reincarnation dark comedy, Chariot. The genre pic, starring Thomas Mann, Rosa Salazar, John Malkovich and Scout Taylor-Compton, portrays a corporation and a doctor (Malkovich) that oversees the process of reincarnation, and a young man, played by Mann, who becomes a […]

Sony Pictures Classics Pick Up Animated-Live Action Movie ‘A Winter’s Journey’

Sony Pictures Classics has picked up A Winter’s Journey, an upcoming animated-live action film from British director Alex Helfrecht (The White King). SPC pre-bought the movie for North America, Latin America, the Middle East, Scandinavia, Australia/New Zealand, Turkey, India, South Africa, Southeast Asia, Japan and Thailand, as well as taking worldwide airline rights. An adaptation […]

Robert Allan Ackerman, Acclaimed Director for Stage and Television, Dies at 77

Robert Allan Ackerman, the admired director who guided the likes of Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, Vanessa Redgrave, Sean Penn and Anne Bancroft in productions for stage and television, has died. He was 77. Ackerman died Monday of kidney failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, a family spokesman told The Hollywood Reporter. […]

Rupert Everett Casts Kit Clarke, John Malkovich, Kristin Scott Thomas in Autobiographical Feature ‘Lost and Found in Paris’

Having already told the story of Oscar Wilde’s time in Paris in 2018’s The Happy Prince, noted British actor, director and author Rupert Everett is set to turn the lens on his own period in the French capital. Lost and Found in Paris will dive into the hedonism, seduction and intrigue of 1970s Paris, with […]

Hunter Schafer, John Malkovich Topline ‘Cuckoo’ for Neon

Euphoria star Hunter Schafer, John Malkovich, Gemma Chan and Sofia Boutella are set to star in the horror pic Cuckoo for writer-director Tilman Singer and Neon. Jan Bluthardt, Zita Hanrot and Proschat Madani round out the cast for Singer’s sophomore feature after his supernatural horror film Luz. The team behind that first feature will reunite […]

Quiver Takes Jonathan Rhys Meyers, John Malkovich Pandemic Thriller ‘The Survivalist’

Jon Keeyes directed the film that takes place after a viral pandemic decimates the world.

Berlin: Robert De Niro’s ‘Wash Me in The River’ Sells Wide

Highland Film Group closed deals across Europe and Asia for the action thriller 'Wash Me in The River,' starring Robert De Niro, John Malkovich, and Jack Huston, from director Randall Emmett. Highland's U.S. distribution arm The Avenue will release in North America.

John Malkovich, Patti LuPone and More Stars Set for Online ‘Broadway’s Best Shows’ Series

It was announced on Monday that Broadway's Best Shows, a new content and entertainment platform, is launching a weekly play reading series benefiting The Actors Fund. The first reading will feature such stars as John Malkovich, Patti LuPone, Dylan Baker Ethan Phillips and Michael Nichols performing David Mamet's 'November' on Thursday.

‘Arkansas’: Film Review

Actor Clark Duke's directing debut 'Arkansas' throws Liam Hemsworth into a Dixie Mafia drug-running scenario.

‘The New Pope’: TV Review

In 'The New Pope,' Paolo Sorrentino returns to HBO and the Vatican with Jude Law's young pope... and John Malkovich's other pope.

Jude Law on Wearing a “Napkin” in ‘The New Pope,’ Paolo Sorrentino on Gender Equality in Nudity

At the Venice Film Festival, 'The New Pope' director Paolo Sorrentino, Jude Law and John Malkovich discuss the Sky and HBO follow-up to 'The Young Pope,' with Law describing his skimpiest costume in the series as little more than a "napkin" and Sorrentino promising gender equality in nudity.