Amazon has picked up a Merle Haggard biopic based on the musician's memoir Sing Me Back Home.
Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell star in the dramatic true story The Best of Enemies.
Stars Sam Rockwell, Amy Ryan and Jemaine Clement break down writer-director Jared Hess' bizarre story in a preview for Don Verdean.
Sam Rockwell stars as a unique hitman with a moral compass, who falls for Anna Kendrick in the first trailer for Mr. Right.
Sometimes keeping the faith means bending the truth in a new trailer for Don Verdean, starring Sam Rockwell and Danny McBride.
Lionsgate acquires Don Verdean, starring Sam Rockwell, exactly one week before its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
Sam Rockwell reveals that his Poltergeist remake is more of a 'kids movie' and an adventure than a straight-up thriller.
Paco Cabezas is directing this Max Landis-scripted comedy about a young woman who falls for a reformed hitman.
A pharmacist's life is turned upside down after having an affair with a customer in this comedy co-starring Olivia Wilde.
An escaped convict is tasked with kidnapping the heiress of an oil empire in this drama from the producers of The Way, Way Back.
The actor is in early talks to play the husband of Rosemarie DeWitt's character in MGM's horror remake directed by Gil Kenan.
Liam James, Jim Rash and Nat Faxon are also on hand for a look at this coming-of-age summer comedy.
Lynn Shelton is directing this dark comedy about a woman who runs away for a week with her younger sister after her boyfriend's surprise proposal.
Stars Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, and director Martin McDonagh discuss this outrageous dark comedy from CBS Films.
The Descendants writers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash direct this coming-of-age comedy about a teenager's summer job at a water park.
Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell are also seen in these photos from Martin McDonagh's upcoming comedy.
The actor replaces Jeremy Renner as a pharmacist stuck in a loveless marriage who decides to have an affair.
The actors join Colin Farrell in the black comedy written and directed by Martin McDonagh.