|Genres||Adaptation, Romance, Remake|
|US Release Date||11/30/1940|
British actor/singer Noel Harrison is facing an uncertain future after doctors deemed him too old to undergo a lifesaving kidney transplant.
Tim Lebbon's new novel 'Star Wars Dawn of the Jedi — Into the Void' takes the Expanded Universe back further in time than ever before, to the birth of the Jedi Order. Here's an exclusive excerpt.
We're glad to get a little more 'Arrested Development' and 'Veronica Mars,' but might it have been better to let them go the way of the now immortal 'Freaks and Geeks'?
Director Rick Alverson's assault on "the American utopia" is a special kind of funny.
Bill and Salome take over the world of vampire politics.
Tara tries to choose an interesting way to die.
Dave and Alex pull a Ross and Rachel. Plus, Brian Austin Green!
Tonight's episode focused on a tale as old as time.
An adaptation of a beloved novel that’s emotionally affecting enough to please fans and the uninitiated alike, even if it falls short of its source material’s profound beauty.
As a layered, emotional look at ambition, aging, and the ramifications of success, <em>Starting Out in the Evening</em> is a thoughtful film that will especially appeal to anyone who has ever thought they might one day write the Great American Novel.
|Walter Reisch||Writer (adaptation)||adaptation||120896||4000002|
|Victorien Sardou||Play as Source Material||("Divorcons")||120972||4000003|
|Emile DeNajac||Play as Source Material||("Divorcons")||120972||4000004|
|Alexander Golitzen||Art Director||art direction||183||9000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.