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HBO Max Orders The Staircase, Starring Colin Firth

HBO Max has ordered The Staircase, an eight-episode limited series starring Academy and BAFTA Award winner Colin Firth as American novelist Michael Peterson. The Max Original is a co-production between HBO Max and Annapurna Television. Antonio Campos will direct six of the eight episodes. Adapting the true crime docuseries The Staircase and various books and …

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Supernova Trailer Featuring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci

Bleecker Street has released the official U.S. Supernova trailer, which you can watch using the player below. The film will open in select theaters on January 29 and be available on Digital February 16. Harry Macqueen’s second feature film stars Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci. The film was produced by Quiddity Films and The Bureau, …

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Colin Firth to Star in Action-Comedy New York Will Eat You Alive

Colin Firth has signed on to star in STXfilms and Tencent Pictures’ action-comedy New York Will Eat You Alive (tentative title). The announcement was made today by Adam Fogelson, Chairman of the STXfilms Motion Picture Group, and Edward Cheng, Vice President of Tencent Group, CEO of China Literature and Tencent Pictures. Todd Strauss-Schulson (Final Girls) …

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Bleecker Street Acquires Supernova, Starring Firth and Tucci

Bleecker Street has secured North American rights to Harry Macqueen’s second feature Supernova, starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci. The film was produced by Quiddity Films and The Bureau, and will be released in the UK by STUDIOCANAL. Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci), partners of twenty years, are travelling across England in their …

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The Secret Garden Review: The Adaptation Is a Delight

Frances Hodgson Burnett’s 1911 novel The Secret Garden (check price at Amazon) has been adapted before. It’s been on the big screen a number of times, on television and on the stage, including a Tony Award-winning musical. There has always been something lovely about it, but sort of standoffish. In the story, the main character …

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