John Carroll Lynch
John Carroll Lynch and Maura Tierney star in a slow drama that might have been semi-interesting with appropriate casting.
Producer Kylene K. Steele opens up about early reactions to Bomer's casting and how she worked with him to craft a character inspired by her own experience as a transgender woman.
Tamara Jenkins’ first film since “The Savages” has been gestating for nine years, and it’s more than worth the wait.
With dashes of "Legion," "Twin Peaks," and "Mr. Robot," the Syfy drama is a finely tuned creepfest that's not afraid to show it knows how to frighten you.
From "Alien 3" to "Gone Girl," the films of David Fincher insist that it’s better to fight for the ugly truth than surrender to a nice lie.
The late, great actor was never nominated for an Academy Award, but his final movie features the performance of a lifetime.
John Carroll Lynch recalls directing Harry Dean Stanton in his last film, "Lucky."
John Carroll Lynch's directorial debut is a wise and wistful love letter from one remarkable character actor to another.
The veteran actor of "Alien" and "The Green Mile" is set to lead Lynch's first effort in the director's chair.
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