Philip Seymour Hoffman takes on one of his final roles in A Most Wanted Man. Check out new footage from the Anton Corbijn directed drama.
Mad Men star John Slattery makes his feature directorial debut with this drama about a man trying to cover up the death of his stepson.
Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright and Willem Dafoe co-star in this thriller adapted from the John Le Carre spy novel, in theaters July 25th.
The actor's death was ruled accidental. He had heroin, cocaine and psychoactive drugs known as benzodiazepines in his system.
Lionsgate will use digital imaging technology to recreate the actor's likeness for at least one pivotal scene in the sequel.
Police discovered used syringes, drug paraphernalia and prescription drugs in the wake of the Oscar-winning actor's passing on Sunday.
The actor was found dead in his Manhattan apartment by a screenwriter this afternoon, from an apparent drug overdose.
Daniel Espinosa is directing this drama, which also has Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman and Joel Kinnaman starring.
Richard Jenkins, Christina Hendricks, and John Turturro co-star in the directorial debut of Mad Men's John Slattery.
Mandalay Pictures' ghost story centers a mysterious drifter, who has the ability to communicate with the dead.
Paul Thomas Anderson directs this period drama about a man who creates a questionable new religion.
The actor will portray the new Gamesmaker for the 75th Hunger Games in director Francis Lawrence's highly-anticipated sequel.
The actor has been offered the gamemaker role for this sequel that takes us inside the 75th Annual Hunger Games.
The Artist wins seven awards including Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin.
Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, and Philip Seymour Hoffman star in this true story about how the Oakland A's fielded a winning team with a small payroll.
The once-retired actor could next star in this untitled religious drama.
The actor will reunite with his Jack Goes Boating writer Robert Glaudini for this HBO series about a city that springs up around a for-profit prison.
Christopher Walken and Jeremy Northam also join the indie drama about a string quartet struggling to stay together after 25 years.