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Toronto Diner Hosts Auteur Film Shoots Amid Hollywood Shutdown

After Hollywood production in Toronto ground to a halt in March amid the coronavirus pandemic, local restaurateur Fadi Hakim decided not to wait out the summer until A-list talent possibly returned…

‘The Last Shift’: Film Review | Sundance 2020

Richard Jenkins plays a career fast-food worker whose pride in his job is upended as he trains his young replacement in 'The Last Shift,' Andrew Cohn's serio-comedy about the politics of class…

‘Kajillionaire’: Film Review | Sundance 2020

Miranda July's third feature, 'Kajillionaire,' focuses on a family of small-stakes grifters who get their horizons broadened by a stranger.

Richard Jenkins, Shane Paul McGhie Join ‘The Last Shift’ Comedy

'The Shape of Water' star Richard Jenkins and Shane Paul McGhie ('What Men Want') are set to star in indie comedy 'The Last Shift.'

Stage Musical Based on Hit Indie Film ‘The Visitor’ Sets Public Theater Premiere

The 'Next to Normal' team of Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey penned the score for the adaptation of writer-director Tom McCarthy's intimate 2007 drama that starred Richard Jenkins and Danai Gurira.

Guillermo del Toro Discusses His “Retelling of ‘Beauty and the Beast'” at ‘Shape of Water’ Premiere

Stars Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer, Richard Jenkins and Michael Shannon celebrated their new del Toro fantasy romance in Beverly Hills.

‘The Shape of Water’: Film Review | Venice 2017

Sally Hawkins stars as a mute cleaner at a U.S. government aerospace facility who bonds with an amphibious creature in Guillermo del Toro's Cold War romantic fairy tale, 'The Shape of Water.'

Paramount’s Spy Series ‘Berlin Station’ Sells Across Europe

The drama, which airs on Epix in the U.S., stars Richard Jenkins, Ashley Judd, Richard Armitage and Keke Palmer.

‘The Hollars’: Sundance Review

John Krasinski's second film as actor-director is a bittersweet ensemble comedy-drama about a dysfunctional clan brought together by the life-threatening illness of its beloved matriarch.

HBO’s Olive Kitteridge: What the Critics Are Saying

Frances McDormand, Richard Jenkins, Bill Murray and Zoe Kazan star in the four-part miniseries adapted from Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning work

‘Olive Kitteridge’ Cast Dishes on the HBO Miniseries’ Brave Portraits of Marriage and Mental Illness

"It's also the story of depression. … To me, the theme is, you have to live, no matter what. Olive always bucked up. She is a survivor"