The Abbey Owner Gets ‘Stonewall’ Cameo
"I pick up a hustler standing at a bar, so I didn't need a lot of direction," David Cooley, the owner of the West Hollywood gay bar, tells THR of his experience working on Roland Emmerich's drama.
In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘The Intern,’ ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ and More
Read what THR's critics are saying about cannibalism flick 'The Green Inferno' and Roland Emmerich's 'Stonewall.'
‘Stonewall’: TIFF Review
Roland Emmerich's drama revisits the 1969 riots in New York's Greenwich Village that ushered the fledgling gay rights movement into a bolder new era.
TIFF: Jonathan Rhys Meyers Joins ‘Shambhala’ (Exclusive)
Carnaby is handling sales on the Himalayan survival drama, from newbie Aussie director Summer Nicks.
September and October’s Most Anticipated Movies
Fall's first two months are filled with star-studded epics like 'Everest' and 'The Martian,' biopics like 'Black Mass' and 'Steve Jobs' and eagerly awaited movies about political issues, like LGBT and women's rights.
LGBT Activists Urge Boycott of Roland Emmerich’s “Whitewashed” ‘Stonewall’
"A historically accurate film about the Stonewall Riots would center the stories of queer and gender-noncomforming people of color like Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson," a MoveOn petition reads. "Not relegate them to background characters in the service of a white cis-male fictional protagonist."
Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’ Gets U.S. Distribution
Roadside Attractions plans a fall release for the gay-rights drama, which is set during the riots of June 1969.
Quebec Report Recommends Phasing Out Foreign Film Incentives
A panel has advised the frugal Canadian province to end tax credits, which have attracted Hollywood location shoots, by 2023.
Roland Emmerich Gay-Rights Drama ‘Stonewall’ Gets International Sales Firm
Britain's Goldcrest will offer the film to buyers at the European Film Market in Berlin.