‘Burn Your Maps’: Film Review
Jacob Tremblay and Vera Farmiga star in 'Burn Your Maps,' Jordan Roberts' quirky drama about an 8-year-old boy who becomes obsessed with all things Mongolian.
Jacob Tremblay’s ‘Burn Your Maps’ Goes to Vertical Entertainment
Vertical Entertainment has nabbed the U.S. distribution rights to 'Burn Your Maps,' an adventure drama starring Jacob Tremblay, Vera Farmiga and Virginia Madsen.
Sarasota Film Fest: Virginia Madsen, Bo Burnham Movies Among Lineup
Yen Tan's AIDS crisis drama '1985' and Burnham's directorial debut, 'Eighth Grade,' will anchor the centerpiece sidebar.
‘1985’: Film Review | SXSW 2018
Yen Tan's drama '1985' stars Cory Michael Smith as a closeted gay man returning during the AIDS crisis to his Texas hometown and religious parents, played by Virginia Madsen and Michael Chiklis.
Critic’s Notebook: ‘Candyman’ Still a Superior Slasher Movie at 25
In the year of the Rodney King riots in L.A., director Bernard Rose used a horror film to explore America's fraught racial history.
Holiday Horror Film ‘Better Watch Out’ Nabbed by Well Go USA
The movie centers on a babysitter that has to handle a situation way above her pay grade.
Toronto: Jacob Tremblay Says Hollywood Fame Hasn’t Changed Him But Age Has
"I don't think I really changed. I mean, I changed in age," the 9-year-old told reporters about returning to the Toronto Film Festival a year after his breakout performance in 'Room.'
‘Burning Bodhi’: Film Review
Childhood friends reunite for a funeral in a New Mexico-set ensemble drama.
Virginia Madsen, Patrick Warburton Join Thriller ‘Safe Neighborhood’
They play parents whose 12-year-old son and babaysitter are the victims of an unusual home invasion.
Virginia Madsen to Co-Star in CBS’ ‘American Gothic’ (Exclusive)
'Fargo' and 'The Good Wife' alum Matt Shakman will direct the pilot for the summer 2016 drama.
‘Law & Order: SVU’: Rollins’ Mom Throws Her a Jaw-Dropping Baby Shower (Exclusive Photo)
Amanda's fugitive sister also resurfaces in THR's exclusive first look at Wednesday's new episode.
‘Law & Order: SVU’ Casts Virginia Madsen as Rollins’ Mom (Exclusive)
She will appear in the sixth episode of season 17.