Jamie Dornan
Production on Branagh's latest Agatha Christie mystery takes off next month with actors including Kelly Reilly, Jude Hill, and Branagh himself.
"It was actually disturbing when you see the f*cking venomous anger that people have over casting decisions."
A man pieces together his identity while outrunning his past in this HBO Max series' meandering Australian outback excursion.
"It's never comfortable, ever," Dunst said of filming love scenes.
The Northern Irish actor is earning some of the best reviews of his career for his turn in Kenneth Branagh's black and white memoir. For Dornan, that's proof his strategy is working.
Kenneth Branagh's sweetly ineffective ode to his birth city is a black-and-white movie seen through rose-colored glasses.
Emily Blunt, Jamie Dornan, and Jon Hamm star in an Irish rom-com so insanely over the top it makes Richard Curtis seem like Raymond Carver.
Writer-director John Patrick Shanley returns to filmmaking for the first time since 2008's "Doubt."
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead aim big with this clever but overstuffed thriller about bath salts that let people travel back in time.
Filmmakers Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson have gone on record not endorsing the theatrical release of the movie.
Is this the first time the "Game of Thrones" star plays someone other than "a version of himself"? His director thinks so.
The director of "Cartel Land" transitions to narrative filmmaking with this harrowing biopic about a war reporter unlike any other.
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