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  • In 'The Drop,' Tom Hardy stayed still on camera, and unbridled off it

    In 'The Drop,' Tom Hardy stayed still on camera, and unbridled off it
    There were dogs on set and dogs in the script, but Tom Hardy felt like the production of "The Drop" could use one more mutt. The British actor — known for being Bane and Bronson and now, he hopes, Bob, the not-so-simple simpleton in the new...
  • 'The Drop' is a simmering thriller

    They also serve whopour and observe. That's Bob Saginowski's modus operandi. He's bartender-for-life at Cousin Marv'son the cruel side of Brooklyn, a 30something loner living in the house his late parents bought and, from the looks of it, furnished in...
  • 'The Drop' provides strong opening to fall film season

    The silly summer season is officially over. With the arrival of "The Drop," a disturbingly dark little thriller that wears its tension like a badge, the fall film season has arrived with a deadly bang. "The Drop" is notable for a variety of reasons. It's...
  • 'The Drop' settles into Brooklyn for a neo-noir crime tale

    "The Drop" is further proof, if proof were needed, that Brooklyn has become the hippest spot on Earth. Three of Europe's most formidable actors — Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and Matthias Schoenaerts — crossed the ocean to play residents of...
  • Film Review: Hardy shines in Gandolfini's final film

    Film Review: Hardy shines in Gandolfini's final film
    “The Drop,” adapted by Dennis Lehane (“Mystic River,” “Shutter Island”) from his own short story and directed by Michael R. Roskam (“Bullhead), was James Gandolfini's last role, and his performance — which...
  • 'The Drop' reviews: A well-acted shaggy-dog noir, critics say

    You might call the new crime drama "The Drop" a shaggy-dog noir with an actual dog at its center. Starring Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini (in his final performance) and Noomi Rapace, it tells the story of a solitary Brooklyn bartender who rescues a pit...
  • Toronto: Orlando Bloom, Michael Douglas Join Noomi Rapace in Thriller 'Unlocked'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Michael Douglas and Orlando Bloom will join Noomi Rapace in the thriller "Unlocked" with shooting set to start Nov. 3. Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing along with Georgina Townsley and Erik Howsam. Silver Reel will...
  • Toronto: Steve Coogan Starring in 'Boswell for the Defence'

    Steve Coogan will take on the part of James Boswell in "Boswell for the Defence." The film centers on the Scottish lawyer, diarist and Samuel Johnson biographer in his later days as he takes on one last case. Production begins next year. This has the...
  • Toronto: Does the 'Berlin School' of Filmmakers Really Exist?

    One of the most keenly anticipated German films to world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival is Christian Petzold's "Phoenix," which plays in the Special Presentations section. Petzold, who won the director prize at Berlin with his last film "Barbara,"...
  • Toronto: Pandora Film Looks at Chances to Develop Homegrown Talent

    Karl "Baumi" Baumgartner, a leading figure on the global arthouse scene, died in March but his company, Pandora Film, lives on. Cologne-based Pandora has four films in Toronto and had three in Venice, testament to the company's standing in the arthouse...
  • Toronto Film Festival Lineup Includes Denzel Washington's 'Equalizer,' Kate Winslet's 'A Little Chaos'

    The Toronto Film Festival has announced more than 40 titles -- a mix of awards contenders, star-powered indies, and international arthouse fare -- screening in its Gala and Special Presentations program this September, including Denzel Washington's "The...