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‘The Drowning’: Film Review

At the helm of a feature for the first time in eight years, indie vet Bette Gordon directs Josh Charles, Julia Stiles and Avan Jogia in 'The Drowning,' a thriller based on a British novel.

‘The Antipodes’: Theater Review

'The Antipodes," the latest work by Annie Baker, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of 'The Flick,' is "a play about people telling stories about telling stories," featuring Josh Charles, Josh Hamilton and Will Patton.

TIFF: Sarah Silverman’s ‘I Smile Back’ Nabbed by Search Engine for Canada (Exclusive)

The movie will be released by Broad Green Pictures stateside after screening at Sundance and Toronto.

Josh Charles Books First Major Post-‘Good Wife’ Arc on ‘Masters of Sex’

The actor, who left 'The Good Wife' last spring, will recur on the Showtime drama's upcoming third season.

‘I Smile Back’: Sundance Review

Sarah Silverman takes a decidedly dark turn in director Adam Salky's unflinching look at a wife and mother's battle with self-destructive depression.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Dolphin Tale 2,’ ‘No Good Deed’ and More

And see what THR's critics are saying about the Bill Hader-Kristen Wiig drama "The Skeleton Twins" and the Tom Hardy-James Gandolfini crime film "The Drop"

Toronto Video: Josh Charles Remembers ‘Dead Poets’ Co-Star Robin Williams

"The Judge" star Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans ("Before We Go") also stop by THR's video lounge

Emmys: “Plagiarized Lines” and “Paying Sheldon $1M an Episode”

Inside jokes from Monday night explained

Robin Williams’ ‘Dead Poets Society’ Nemesis Pays Tribute (Exclusive)

Norman Lloyd, now 99, recalls the making of the iconic scene in which Williams' students rise in defiance of Lloyd's headmaster and say, "O Captain! My Captain!"

Emmys: Bryan Cranston, Josh Charles on What Surprised Them Most About Their Characters

From shocking season finales to emotional weddings and all the quirky stuff in between (we're looking at you, Fred Armisen), 15 acting contenders reveal the behind-the-scenes angst — and antics — that made their performances so worth watching this season.

Throwback Thursday: Josh Charles Had His First Brush With Emmy in 1990

Charles "created a character that was different from what Tom Hulce was doing, and it really worked for the picture," director Roger Young says of the former "Good Wife" star's turn in "Murder in Mississippi."