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KC Carthew’s Dystopian Pic ‘Polaris’ to Open Fantasia Film Festival

As it returns to an in-person format, the Fantasia Film Festival is set to open its upcoming 2022 edition with the eco-action fantasy pic Polaris. Director KC Carthew’s dystopian pic, which was filmed in the Yukon and stars Viva Lee, will receive a world premiere in Montreal. Having unveiled its second wave of titles on […]

Neil LaBute to Direct Diane Kruger, Ray Nicholson in ‘Out of the Blue’

Neil LaBute is set to direct Out of the Blue, to star Diane Kruger and Ray Nicholson, for Quiver Distribution. The indie thriller portrays Connor (Nicholson) meeting Marilyn, played by Kruger and whose seductive charm transforms his dull life into a thrilling fantasy world. Connor plunges headlong into an adulterous affair, only to discover Marilyn […]

Kate Bosworth ‘Lost’-Like Drama Among 3 Netflix Sci-Fi Series Pickups

Netflix is going on a sci-fi spree with three new series: 'The I-Land,' starring and produced by Kate Bosworth; IDW's 'October Faction' and 'Warrior Nun.'

Neil LaBute Fired as Playwright-in-Residence at Leading Off-Broadway Theater

MCC Theater cut ties with the Tony nominee and canceled the production of his latest play, 'Reasons to be Pretty Happy.'

Chrissy Metz to Make Stage Debut in Neil LaBute’s ‘Fat Pig’

The Golden Globe-nominated 'This Is Us' star will head the cast in an updated version of the spiky relationship comedy-drama, opening at the Geffen Playhouse in May.

Critic’s Notebook: An All-Star Cast Performs ‘The Children’s Monologues’ at Carnegie Hall

Danny Boyle directed the one-night-only theatrical benefit with a starry cast that included Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, Andrew Garfield, Catherine Zeta-Jones, James McAvoy, Susan Sarandon, Daveed Diggs and Trevor Noah.

‘All the Ways to Say I Love You’: Theater Review

Judith Light stars in 'All the Ways to Say I Love You,' Neil LaBute's one-person play about a high school teacher who describes a traumatic experience involving one of her students.

‘Van Helsing’: TV Review

Syfy's vampire series, created by Neil LaBute, takes some unconventional approaches to its timeworn tale.

Matthew Broderick and Neil LaBute on Extramarital Affairs and ‘Dirty Weekend’

Actor and director discuss the healing effects of cheating, the upcoming Broadway revival of 'Sylvia' and that long-gestating Warren Beatty comeback.

‘The Way We Get By’: Theater Review

Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski star in Neil LaBute's new play about the aftermath of a drunken hookup, premiering off-Broadway at Second Stage.

‘Dirty Weekend’: Tribeca Review

Matthew Broderick has to go to Albuquerque to find out if he's gay.

Tribeca: Mary J. Blige, Arnold Schwarzenegger World Premieres Added to Feature Lineup

The spotlight section has 24 world premieres including zombie film 'Maggie' and movies starring Jessica Biel, Zooey Deschanel, Oscar Isaac, Jason Sudeikis, Patricia Arquette and Christopher Walken.