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Netflix Picks Up Australian Crime-Thriller ‘The Stranger’ Starring Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris

Netflix has acquired Thomas M. Wright’s Australian crime-thriller The Stranger, which had its world premiere in Cannes earlier this year, with plans to launch the film globally in October. Starring Joel Edgerton and Sean Harris, the film comes from See-Saw Films, Anonymous Content and Blue Tongue Films, and revolves around two strangers who strike up a […]

‘The Stranger’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Joel Edgerton and Sean Harris star in Thomas M. Wright's contemporary true crime-based drama set in Outback Australia about low-level gangsters who are not all they seem.

Dev Patel in David Lowery’s ‘The Green Knight’: Film Review

A knight-in-the-making goes on an odyssey across the mythical kingdom of Camelot to prove his valor in this bold adaptation of the 14th-century epic poem, which also features Alicia Vikander.

‘Possum’: Film Review | Edinburgh 2018

Sean Harris and Alun Armstrong star in writer-director Matthew Holness's feature debut 'Possum,' premiering in a genre-oriented sidebar at the long-running British event.

Robert Pattinson, Ben Mendelsohn Join Timothee Chalamet in ‘The King’

Robert Pattinson, Sean Harris, Ben Mendelsohn and Lily-Rose Depp have joined Timothee Chalamet and Joel Edgerton in Netflix's upcoming period drama, 'The King.'

How Michael Bay’s ‘The Rock’ Was Used to Justify War in Iraq

The newly published Iraq War Report claims British intelligence may have ripped off the plot of the action thriller to help justify military intervention.

Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley Among British Independent Film Awards Nominees

' '71' and 'Pride' lead the nominations, with 'The Imitation Game,' Maggie Gyllenhaal and Michael Fassbender also among the nominees

‘Serena’: London Review

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper star in the long-delayed romantic melodrama from Danish Oscar-winner Susanne Bier

Southcliffe: Toronto Review

The cinematic British TV drama about a small-town shooting spree makes its North American debut on the big screen in Toronto.