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Rupert Everett Casts Kit Clarke, John Malkovich, Kristin Scott Thomas in Autobiographical Feature ‘Lost and Found in Paris’

Having already told the story of Oscar Wilde’s time in Paris in 2018’s The Happy Prince, noted British actor, director and author Rupert Everett is set to turn the lens on his own period in the French capital. Lost and Found in Paris will dive into the hedonism, seduction and intrigue of 1970s Paris, with […]

Rupert Everett, Tom Felton, Derek Jacobi Team for ‘Lead Heads’

Rupert Everett, Tom Felton and Derek Jacobi are set to star in 'Lead Heads,' the upcoming feature from Giles Borg.

A Personal History of Gay Pride and Prejudice: Hollywood Reporter’s Chief Film Critic Looks Back

THR's chief film critic reflects on his decades of watching, and reviewing, movies as a gay man — from toxic stereotypes and the ubiquitous 'f-word' to the thrill of Almódovar and New Queer Cinema, Oscar's 'Brokeback' burn to the 'Moonlight' milestone and beyond.

‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ Revival is Second New Broadway Production Felled by Coronavirus Shutdown

Following the announcement earlier on Friday that Martin McDonagh's 'Hangmen' had played its final Broadway performance while still in previews, a similar fate has met the eagerly anticipated revival of Edward Albee's masterwork of interdependent marital warfare, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'

Rupert Everett Steps Into Broadway Revival of ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ (Exclusive)

The actor joins Laurie Metcalf, Russell Tovey and Patsy Ferran in the spring 2020 production, replacing Eddie Izzard, who departs due to scheduling conflicts.

‘Uncle Vanya’: Theater Review

Rupert Everett makes his stage directing debut and plays the title role in this new version of Chekhov's tragicomic classic 'Uncle Vanya,' by David Hare.

‘Warrior Queen of Jhansi’ Biopic Lands at Roadside Attractions

Roadside Attractions has picked up U.S. distribution rights to Swati Bhise’s 'The Warrior Queen of Jhansi,' a biopic about a revolutionary 19th century Indian feminist icon.

‘The Name of the Rose’: TV Review

Like its predecessor, the latest attempt to turn Umberto Eco's novel 'The Name of the Rose' into a coherent screen drama falls flat.

Danny Boyle to Exec Produce Oasis Label Boss Biopic

Danny Boyle is teaming up with 'Trainspotting' author Irvine Welsh once again, exec producing the upcoming Oasis label boss biopic, 'Creation Stories.'

MIPCOM: Rai’s Head of Fiction on the Italian Public Broadcaster’s Global Success

With TV changing by the day, Italian public broadcaster Rai’s head of fiction Eleonora Andreatta has been shifting the network towards a strategy of internationalization, creating series that appeal to Italy’s core audience and also succeed globally.

MIPCOM: BBC Takes ‘The Name of the Rose’ Miniseries

The BBC has at the MIPCOM TV market in Cannes picked up period miniseries 'The Name of the Rose' starring John Turturro, Rupert Everett and Michael Emerson, which will go out in North America on Sundance TV.

Hamptons Film Fest: Maggie Gyllenhaal-Starrer ‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ to Open 2018 Edition

The 2018 Hamptons International Film Festival will open with 'The Kindergarten Teacher,' close with 'Boy Erased' and feature 'First Man' as its Saturday centerpiece title. The Long Island event, which has been the only East Coast festival to have screened the eventual best-picture winner at the Oscars for the past eight years, also revealed additional films that will make up the lineup for its 26th edition.