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‘Astronaut’: Film Review | Edinburgh 2019

Richard Dreyfuss plays a grouchy grandfather with interstellar ambitions in writer-director Shelagh McLeod's debut feature 'Astronaut.'

Richard Dreyfuss: “Maybe It’s Us Who Are the Aliens”

As the 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' star Richard Dreyfuss communes with space once more in the upcoming 'Astronaut,' the actor addresses earthbound issues like growing intolerance, the 2020…

Liam Hemsworth, Richard Dreyfuss Films Join Fantasia Fest Lineup

The Fantasia International Film Festival, North America's largest genre film event, on Wednesday released the first wave of titles for its upcoming 23rd edition.

‘Polar’: Film Review

Mads Mikkelsen cuts a bloody path through an army of assassins in 'Polar,' Jonas Akerlund's gleefully outrageous graphic novel adaptation.

‘The Last Laugh’: Film Review

Retirees Chevy Chase and Richard Dreyfuss hit the road in the senile Netflix comedy 'The Last Laugh.'

64th Taormina Film Fest to Feature All-Female Jury

The Sicilian festival is back on in full force this year with guests including Marion Cotillard, Rupert Everett, Richard Dreyfuss and Matthew Modine.

‘Book Club’: Film Review

Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen star in 'Book Club' as friends who undergo romantic awakenings after reading 'Fifty Shades of Grey.'

Richard Dreyfuss, Colm Feore Topline Indie Drama ‘Astronaut’

The drama is the feature directorial debut of longtime British TV actress Shelagh McLeod.

‘Spielberg’: Film Review | NYFF 2017

Steven Spielberg spoke at length with director Susan Lacy for 'Spielberg,' her portrait of the man and his career.

Chevy Chase, Andie MacDowell, Richard Dreyfuss Lead Netflix Comedy ‘Last Laugh’

Lewis Black, Kate Micucci and Chris Parnell are also featured in the Greg Pritikin film.

‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’: Secrets Behind the New 4K Restoration

The film will be rereleased in theaters Friday for a one-week run.

Richard Dreyfuss Calls Jay Thomas the “Rock” of ‘Mr. Holland’s Opus’

"He was a hell of a companion and easy to work with," the actor recalls.