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‘The Menu’ Review: Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Fiennes and Nicholas Hoult Headline Mark Mylod’s Tasty Satire

A group of epicureans travel to a remote island for the ultimate dining experience in the 'Succession' director's feature premiering at the Toronto Film Festival.

Anya Taylor-Joy and Nicholas Hoult Fight for Their Lives in ‘The Menu’ Trailer

A lavish meal takes a dark turn in the new trailer for The Menu. The trailer opens with Margot (Anya Taylor-Joy) and Tyler (Nicholas Hoult) embarking on a tasty journey at an exclusive restaurant where Chef Slowik (Ralph Fiennes) has prepared a meal nobody will ever forget — and some may not survive. When a […]

Cannes: Ralph Fiennes, John Lithgow, Stanley Tucci, Isabella Rossellini Join ‘Conclave’

Ralph Fiennes has signed on to star in Conclave, a papal-set conspiracy thriller from German director Edward Berger (Patrick Melrose, Deutschland ’83). John Lithgow, Stanley Tucci and Isabella Rossellini will also star in the film, which House Productions and FilmNation Entertainment are producing, developed with the support of Access Entertainment. Based on Robert Harris’ best-selling […]

Searchlight Sets Release for Anya Taylor-Joy’s ‘The Menu’

Mark Mylod’s The Menu, starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes, and set in the world of eccentric culinary culture, is set to be released in theaters Nov. 18. The long-gestating film is headed to a Thanksgiving season launch at the multiplex. Searchlight Pictures is behind the feature, which will reunite multiple members of the creative […]

Dev Patel, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley Join Benedict Cumberbatch in Wes Anderson’s New Movie

Benedict Cumberbatch, Dev Patel, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley have boarded Wes Anderson’s newest feature, an adaptation of Roald Dahl’s short story collection The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More that’s set up at Netflix. Anderson wrote the script and is directing the adaptation; shooting gets underway this month in the U.K. The project […]

‘The King’s Man’: Film Review

Ralph Fiennes stars in Matthew Vaughn's prequel to his hit 'Kingsman' movies, set during the outbreak of World War I and depicting the origins of the mysterious intelligence agency.

Ralph Fiennes and Jessica Chastain in ‘The Forgiven’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

John Michael McDonagh’s drama revolves around a traveler who has accidentally killed a boy in Morocco.

Toronto Hot List: Jason Statham, Kaley Cuoco and More Stars Topline Fest’s Buzziest Sales Titles

“Nowadays, no one has the same agenda,” says Sony Pictures Classics co-president Tom Bernard. That precept sums up the post-COVID market landscape, which has forced streamers, day-and-daters and traditional theatrical distributors to carve out an increasingly specialized niche within their own subset. As a result, agents are finding fewer, but more focused, players vying for […]

Rob Yang Joins Anya Taylor-Joy in Searchlight Dark Comedy ‘The Menu’ (Exclusive)

Rob Yang has boarded The Menu, a comedic psychological thriller set in the world of eccentric culinary culture already set to star Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Fiennes and Janet McTeer. The Searchlight Pictures pic reunites many members of the creative team behind HBO’s Succession, where Yang plays the role of Lawrence Yee. The Menu centers on […]

‘The Dig’: Film Review

Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes head the cast of 'The Dig,' Simon Stone's period drama about the excavation of an ancient burial site on an English estate as World War II looms, also featuring Lily James and Johnny Flynn.

Mr Porter Debuts Collection Inspired by Matthew Vaughn’s ‘The King’s Man’

Even though Walt Disney Studio's 'The King's Man' is moving release dates to February 2021, Mr Porter is proceeding with the launch of its special collection of tailored menswear inspired by the spy movie

‘No Time to Die’ Gets New Trailer as 007 Marketing Engine Roars Back to Life

A new trailer for the delayed 25th James Bond film 'No Time to Die' has landed ahead of its November release.