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  • Q&A: Harlan Coben Chats About 'No Second Chance' And Career Switch

    While at Mipcom to present his first TV show, "No Second Chance," popular American crime novelist Harlan Coben sat with Variety to discuss the new direction that his career is taking. The writer is back in France for "No Second Chance," almost a decade...
  • TF1 Intl. Sells Harlan Coben's First TV Skein 'No Second Chance' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS- TF1 International, the sales arm of France's top commercial network, is upping the ante on original drama series with the acquisition of two high-profile projects: "No Second Chance" and "Call My Agent!" which will be shopped at Mipcom. "No Second...
  • 'Warrior' Director Ascends the 'Massacre in the Himalayas' (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Warrior" director Gavin O'Connor is on board action-adventure "Massacre in the Himalayas." Gianni Nunnari's Hollywood Gang Productions has acquired the movie rights to Freddie Wilkinson's story for "Men's Journal," which follows an international team of...
  • Berlin - Studiocanal Powers Up Sales on 'Man Up,' 'Untitled,' 'Paddington' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS - Bucking Berlin's market downturn, Euro film/TV group Studiocanal is closing a weighty deal on its market debut "Man Up" and has sold much of the world on its major auteur crossover offering at Berlin, "Untitled Stephen Frears Project." After...
  • Review: 'Blood Ties' engaging but falls short as crime saga

    Review: 'Blood Ties' engaging but falls short as crime saga
    "Blood Ties" is a largely engrossing drama set in 1974 that works better as an emotional study of brothers on flip sides of the law than as the Sidney Lumet-type crime saga it strives to be. Still, there's a heft to the proceedings that keeps us...
  • Billy Crudup connects onstage, on-screen

     Billy Crudup connects onstage, on-screen
    Billy Crudup, 45, who played a charismatic '70s rock musician in Cameron Crowe's 2000 comedy "Almost Famous," J. Edgar Hoover in Michael Mann's 2009's "Public Enemies" and the very blue superhero Dr. Manhattan in Zack Snyder's 2009's "Watchmen," stars...
  • Review: French thriller 'The Prey' runs on outlandish energy

    Like a bullet train, the French thriller "The Prey" is a model of breathless efficiency, its stuffed cargo of chases, brawls and twists delivered with admirable speed. It also willfully genre-hops, from prison melodrama to escape flick to policier to...
  • For Kristin Scott Thomas, 'Only God Forgives' is proving transformative

    NEW YORK — Ever since moviegoers began viewing her domineering-mother performance in “Only God Forgives,” Kristin Scott Thomas has experienced an unusual reaction. People — males, usually — approach her to speak about the...
  • 'Intouchables': Clash of cultures makes for feel-good film ✭✭ 1/2

    'Intouchables': Clash of cultures makes for feel-good film ✭✭ 1/2
    The midnight car chase that opens the odd-couple buddy picture "The Intouchables" is fresh and unpredictable — qualities that the movie, unfortunately, never quite achieves again, although it isn't without its charms. A smart hook, that introductory...
  • What to read in 2013

    What to read in 2013
    January Insane City by Dave Barry (Putnam) The Pulitzer Prize-winning humorist's first solo adult novel in more than a decade is a typically absurdist comic story about everything — and then some — that goes wrong for Seth and his friends en...
  • DVD review: Banking on 'Mesrine: Killer Instinct'

     
    Jean-Francois Richet, director of the surprisingly good 2005 remake of “Assault on Precinct 13,” returned to France to film the story of Jacques Mesrine, France's most notorious bank robber/prison escape artist in the '60s and '70s. The...