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MIPCOM Deal Brief: StudioCanal Sells Xavier Dolan Series, Cineflix Inks Deals for Tim Roth-Starrer ‘Last King of the Cross’

International TV market MIPCOM Cannes kicked off Monday with a flurry of licensing deals, a sign that despite the uncertainty and challenges facing the global TV industry, there is still business being done. Studiocanal announced a raft of deals for The Night Logan Woke Up, the first TV series from famed Canadian film auteur Xavier […]

Paul Eckstein, Co-Creator of ‘Godfather of Harlem,’ Dies at 59

Paul Eckstein, who produced the 1997 MGM film Hoodlum and co-created the Epix/MGM+ drama Godfather of Harlem with his writing partner, Chris Brancato, has died. He was 59. Eckstein died peacefully in his sleep Tuesday, according to a statement from MGM+ and ABC Signature. He was in Jamaica, where he was teaching a screenwriting workshop […]

Cormac Roth, Musician and Son of Tim Roth, Dies at 25

Cormac Roth, a musician and son of British actor Tim Roth, has died after a yearlong battle with Stage 3 germ cell cancer, his family announced Monday. He was 25. “On Sunday the 16th of October, we lost our beautiful boy Cormac after a courageous battle with cancer,” read a statement. “He died peacefully in […]

The Cast of ‘Reservoir Dogs’: Where Are They Now?

It’s been 30 years since Reservoir Dogs hit theaters on Oct. 23, 1992. Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed the film, while he also played the minor character of Mr. Brown. Reservoir Dogs follows eight gangsters that use aliases based on different colors. Following a diamond heist led by Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney) that goes wrong, […]

‘She-Hulk’ Star Tim Roth Talks Blonsky’s True Intentions and Teases a (Deleted?) Mark Ruffalo Scene

[The following story contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s “The People vs. Emil Blonsky.”] Tim Roth last appeared as Emil Blonsky/Abomination in Marvel Studios’ second feature film, The Incredible Hulk (2008), and now, after 27 more movies and seven television series, he’s back in the MCU’s eighth series, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.  In “The […]

‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ Trailer Smashes 78M Views in 24 Hours

Fans clearly liked it when she was angry. The first trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which debuted online Tuesday, ripped through 78 million views in its first 24 hours. That enormous viewership is the second-largest trailer debut for a Marvel Studios series, behind only 2021’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which included a […]

Cannes: Tim Roth to Play Terrorist With Amnesia in ‘Come Together’ Alongside Hiam Abbass (Exclusive)

Cannes favorite and Oscar nominee Tim Roth is teaming with Succession star Hiam Abbass for Come Together, about a terrorist whose life is saved by a Syrian refugee, from South African writer/director Oliver Schmitz. Celsius Entertainment has landed world sales rights — excluding Germany, Austria, Australia and New Zealand — and is launching sales in the Marche […]

Tim Roth and Alex Essoe Board ‘Stealing McCloud’ Heist Drama (Exclusive)

Tim Roth and Alex Essoe have boarded director Logan Yuzna’s Stealing McCloud heist adventure drama. Roth will play the titular character, Marc McCloud, who is inspired by John McAfee, the controversial software mogul who was found dead in a Spanish prison cell in 2021. Essoe will play a friend of McCloud who, after the eccentric […]

Rebecca Hall in ‘Resurrection’: Film Review | Sundance 2022

The actress stars alongside Tim Roth in Andrew Semans' psychological thriller about trauma, grief and madness.

Tim Roth on ‘Sundown,’ ‘She-Hulk’ and Why He Doesn’t Watch Himself on Screen

Sitting in the sun in the garden of a Venice Palazzo, Tim Roth looks far too relaxed for an actor who never seems to stop working. He’s here to talk about Michel Franco’s Sundown. The film, Roth’s second collaboration with the Mexican auteur following 2015’s Chronic, follows Roth’s turn in Renny Harlin’s down-and-dirty actioner The […]

Tim Roth in Michel Franco’s ‘Sundown’: Film Review | Venice 2021

Charlotte Gainsbourg also stars in this drama of splintered family dynamics when a vacation under the Acapulco sun is cut short by tragedy.

Cannes: Mia Hansen-Løve on ‘Bergman Island,’ the Ghost of the Swedish Filmmaker and Her “Awful” 2020

It’s been an intense year for Mia Hansen-Løve. The French director of All Is Forgiven (2007) and Things to Come (2016) had finished her new film — her English-language debut Bergman Island, starring Tim Roth, Vicky Krieps, and Mia Wasikowska — when COVID struck and France, along with much of the world, went into lockdown. […]