Lucas Hedges
The stage production is set to debut May 10.
Shot aboard the Queen Mary 2 in just seven days as it crossed the Atlantic with 2,600 passengers aboard, Soderbergh's latest needed more time.
This thin farce is worth it for Michelle Pfeiffer, who splits the difference between Selena Kyle and "The Real Housewives of New York."
In a light year for major Oscar contenders, Pfeiffer and co-star Lucas Hedges could squeak into awards contention.
Pfeiffer stars alongside Lucas Hedges and Tracy Letts (voicing a cat!) in the big screen take on Patrick DeWitt's novel of the same name.
Jacobs previously wrote and directed 2017's "The Lovers" and will now team with a pair of Academy Award-nominated stars for his next project.
Exclusive: In a new clip from Joel Edgerton's gay conversion drama, the Oscar nominee must answer to his parents, played by Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman.
With "Boy Erased" opening this week, the busy actor unpacks his stresses to IndieWire, from getting close to tough roles to avoiding Daniel Day-Lewis comparisons, and only getting better with every part.
Hedges has a packed awards season ahead of him, thanks to both Joel Edgerton's true-life tale and another tough turn in "Ben Is Back."
"Dan in Real Life" director Peter Hedges returns for this sobering family drama that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Playing a recovering opioid addict, and being directed by his own dad, Lucas Hedges delivers the best performance of his young career.
“I recognize myself as existing on [a] spectrum: Not totally straight, but also not gay and not necessarily bisexual," Hedges tells Vulture in an honest new interview.
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