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‘Defending Jacob’: TV Review

Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery and Jaeden Martell star in 'Defending Jacob,' an Apple TV+ drama about a seemingly perfect family that may or may not be harboring a killer.

“It Was the Hardest Camp Ever”: TV Directors Reveal Their Biggest Challenges

From a showrunner making her directorial debut (like Lisa Joy on HBO's 'Westworld') to a hired gun stepping in for an episode or two (Oscar nominee Morten Tyldum on Starz's 'Counterpart'), helmers…

Alicia Vikander to Star in Morten Tyldum’s ‘Marsh King’s Daughter’ Film

Black Bear Pictures is financing the thriller, which will be introduced to foreign buyers in Berlin.

‘Passengers’: Film Review

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt play fellow passengers on a troubled interplanetary flight in 'Passengers,' an adventure drama directed by Morten Tyldum.

How Hollywood Is Getting Back in the Agatha Christie Business

Agatha Christie's heirs have inked multiple new movie and TV deals as they vow to protect the "DNA" of her work, not seen on the big screen since 1985.

‘Imitation Game’ Director Morten Tyldum to Adapt Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’ for Fox

The story centers on 10 strangers who are invited to an isolated island, and are killed off, one by one.

Jennifer Lawrence’s Salary Drama: $20M ‘Passengers’ Pay Tests Sony

The space romance becomes the first challenge in new studio chief Tom Rothman's effort to trim talent costs as co-star Chris Pratt and the 'Jump Street' guys line up for big raises.

‘Ghostbusters’ Budget Cut, Fox Execs Courted: Tom Rothman Puts His Stamp on Sony

As Amy Pascal's studio successor lures an exec to head up international operations, he's cool on Scott Rudin, who could end up at Fox.

Oscars 2015: What the Nominees Are Doing Next

Benedict Cumberbatch is Doctor Strange, Bradley Cooper reteams with Jennifer Lawrence, and Felicity Jones lands 'Star Wars': THR breaks down everyone's post-Oscar plans.

L.A., Italia Awards: ‘Imitation Game,’ ‘Last Days in Vietnam’ Get Final Push at Felliniesque Ceremony

The annual gathering draws several hundred people, including a not inconsiderable number of Academy members, many with ties of some sort to Italy.

DGA Awards: Alejandro G. Inarritu Upsets, ‘Birdman’ Looks Tough to Beat at Oscars (Analysis)

Over the last 66 years, the winner of the top prize at the DGA Awards went on to win the best director Oscar on all but seven occasions.