Rachel Weisz
The actress promises that her second collaboration with the unique Greek filmmaker will be in line with his sense of "Yorgosian dystopia."
The film stars Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone as noblewomen jockeying for power in the court of Queen Anne, played by Olivia Colman.
From Rachel Weisz to Viggo Mortensen, no one is safe.
Weisz bewitches Sam Claflin in the first trailer for the forthcoming period drama from the director of "Le Week-End."
Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall give standout performances in this courtroom drama that is even more essential in Trump's America.
The holocaust drama and American road movie are the best two-city openers in recent memory.
The drama will be directed by Chilean helmer Sebastián Lelio.
This year it's "Denial" starring Rachel Weisz and a new documentary from Ken Burns, but they may not hit Oscar's soft spot.
A movie about Holocaust deniers shouldn't be so relevant in the fall of 2016, but — for better or worse — this is essential viewing.
"Blue Valentine" director Derek Cianfrance can't quite thread the needle between John Cassavetes and David Lean, but it's fun to watch him try.
Rachel Weisz and Michael Shannon deliver solid performances in a drama that never figures out what to do with them.
What if you left your life and reinvented yourself? What if you did it again and again and again?
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