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Topic - Clive Owen
Plenty of VIPs have come backstage to cheer the cast of "Peter and the Starcatcher." The prequel to "Peter Pan" has attracted the likes of Tyra Banks, Clive Owen, Anna Wintour and Bill Gates.
There's a small, grotesque thing sitting on Douglas Hodge's makeup table at the American Airlines Theatre.
A famed knight of the round table stars in the latest hack, slash and smash third-person action game for Apple’s magical tablet.
Independent films that may have been years in the making get their first audiences at this week's Sundance Film Festival. That could also mean careers in the making for unknown directors and actors whose movies connect with the right crowds.
Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen play writers Martha Gellhorn and Ernest Hemingway in a new HBO film, but they'd prefer to keep their own lives off-screen.
It'll be a busy shopping season at next month's Sundance Film Festival, whose star-studded premieres are up for grabs by potential theatrical distributors.
Brad Pitt was unable to put the cat out of first place at the weekend box office.
Despite some superficial similarities including a nearly identical title, two hunky midlist lead actors and a storyline about a shadowy ring of international assassins, this is not a remake of the 1975 Sam Peckinpah film "The Killer Elite."
There's a broader vibe than the usual Hollywood A-listers this year at the Toronto International Film Festival, one of the world's top cinema showcases and a prelude for contenders at the Academy Awards.
A showcase for potential Academy Awards contenders and big fall releases, September's Toronto International Film Festival will feature titles starring Nicole Kidman, Ben Affleck, Robert De Niro, Natalie Portman, Keanu Reeves, Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan.
David Schwimmer's latest directorial effort, "Trust," will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
A vintage philosophical thriller earns a deserving second life with the digital release of Charles Crichton's 1964 The Third Secret ($14.98), new from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. It's our ...
Starring Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen, the film tells the story of one of American's most famous literary couples: writer Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn, his war correspondent wife of five years.
Of a Clive Owen biopic, he said, "I wouldn't want to see it."