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Richard Ayoade's film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. Magnolia Pictures has picked up U.S. rights to The Double, Richard Ayoade 's film starring Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska. Ayoade, an English comedian-actor who made his directorial
With more than 300 movies showing at the Toronto International Film Festival , there is bound to be some overlap. Jesse Eisenberg acts in two films world premiering at the Canadian event, while Mia Wasikowska performs in three screening there. But
Richard Ayoade, the British comedian from the show IT Crowd and the movie The Watch, has gotten behind the camera for a new comedy. The movie is called The Double and will be premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival. The
Gravity" Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity," the Coen Brothers' " Inside Llewyn Davis" and the European premiere of Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" are among the program book-ended by Tom Hanks in opener "Captain Phillips" and closer "Saving Mr. Banks."
Fans of the British comedy hit "The IT Crowd" have been anxiously anticipating the final feature-length special episode meant to wrap up the series. But now they have an extra reason to be excited: Series creator Graham Linehan has put out the call
4 out of 5 stars Brilliance and the absurd collide in this comic television masterpiece from 2004. Thanks to the blend of bad wigs, cheap sets and a cast that steadfastly refuses to break character, it's one that is unlikely to date.
PDT 10/31/2012 by Stuart Kemp Fox Searchlight Pictures U.K. broadcaster Channel 4's filmmaking arm is to offer the 30 handpicked titled from its three decades of filmmakers for download to rent as part of its 30th anniversary. Film4, U.K. broadcaster
Thursday Sep 13, 2012 Alien defence rings a bell in The Watch. Featuring Jonah Hill, Ben Stiller, Richard Ayoade and Vince Vaughn. Photo / Supplied Last year, British director Joe Cornish gave the alien invasion genre a twist with his debut feature
At 101 minutes, The Watch is unwatchable a punishingly long, aggressively crude, laugh-free American comedy about neighbourhood vigilantes in suburban Ohio. Leader of these overgrown infants is Evan (Ben Stiller), an officious busybody who doesn't
They also uncover more double crosses in Shadow Dancer, James Marsh's thriller set during the Troubles, and find Ben Stiller faking the funny in all-star alien comedy The Watch. Plus there are interviews with the cast and directors of The Imposter