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‘Genius’: Colin Firth Lauds Restrained Literary Editor Max Perkins Amid Today’s “Rampant Exhibitionism”

The cast and creatives of Michael Grandage's directorial debut also noted how Laura Linney helped Jude Law with his American accent and why the film doesn't include female authors of the 1920s.

Michael Grandage Talks Injecting Cinematic Excitement Into ‘Genius’, Planning a ‘Photograph 51’ Film (Q&A)

The multiple Tony and Olivier winner tells THR of making the scary transition from stage to screen (a la Sam Mendes) and casting Brits and Aussies to play iconic American authors.

‘Genius’ Director Planning Film Adaptation of Play ‘Photograph 51’ for Nicole Kidman

Michael Grandage says he wants the adaptation of his West End hit to be his next film and hopes the actress will reprise her award-winning role as DNA scientist Rosalind Franklin.

‘Photograph 51’: Theater Review

Nicole Kidman returns to the West End to play scientist and feminist icon Rosalind Franklin, long denied full credit for her groundbreaking work on DNA.

Forest Whitaker Sets Broadway Debut in ‘Hughie’

The Oscar-winning veteran will star in the spring in Michael Grandage's production of the Eugene O'Neill two-hander.

Cannes: 15 Market Titles Generating Early Buzz

A slew of star-fueled indie projects, as well as a new film from Tom Ford, hope to find global distribution — even before they're completed.

Nicole Kidman Returning to London’s West End With DNA Drama

Anna Ziegler's 'Photograph 51' tells the story of the unsung hero of the DNA double-helix discovery.

The Cripple of Inishmaan: Theater Review

Daniel Radcliffe stars in Martin McDonagh's corrosive comedy, set in a tiny Aran Islands community in 1934, abuzz with news of a film crew descending on neighboring Inishmore.

Daniel Radcliffe to Return to Broadway in ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’

Michael Grandage's acclaimed, sold-out London production of the 1996 Martin McDonagh play will open at the Cort Theatre on April 20.

Henry V: Theater Review

Jude Law shines as part of the "band of brothers" in Michael Grandage's production, closing a highly successful West End season.