Miramax announced today that it has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Mr. Holmes and will partner with Roadside Attractions on domestic theatrical distribution of the film. Directed by Academy Award winner Bill Condon (Gods and Monsters, Kinsey), Mr. Show More Summary
BREAKING: Miramax acquired U.S. distribution rights to the Bill Condon-directed Mr. Holmes, and Roadside Attractions will handle the domestic release. The film reunites Condon with his Gods And Monsters star Ian McKellen, who stars with Laura Linney. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The much-ballyhooed Broadway revival of Side Show has a new above-the-title producer: Universal Pictures. Christopher Herzberger, U's executive, live theatricals, pushed the deal, which I'm told includes a financial stake in the tuner. Show More Summary
Bill Condon's interesting adaptation should arrive on screens in 2015. Read the full article on AICN We’ve previously mentioned MR. HOLMES, an upcoming film in which Ian McKellen appears as an older Sherlock Holmes for helmer Bill Condon (GODS & MONSTERS, DREAMGIRLS, THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PARTS 1 & 2). Show More Summary
Bill Condon will direct a revival of Henry Krieger and Bill Russell's Tony-nominated 1997 musical about conjoined twins and carnival oddities. read more
Ian McKellen is starring in "A Slight Trick of the Mind" directed by Bill Condon and co-starring Laura Linney. Tweets McKellen: "Over 70 actors have previously played Sherlock Holmes. Now he's 93 years old and it's my turn. #MrHolme...
Ian McKellen becomes the latest in a long line of over 70 actors to play Sherlock Holmes in the first photo from director Bill Condon's 'Mr. Holmes'. [...]
EXCLUSIVE: 47 Ronin and The Wolverine star Hiroyuki Sanada has been tapped to join Ian McKellen in A Slight Trick of the Mind, the drama about an aging Sherlock Holmes that Bill Condon is directing this summer in London. Sanada will play Umezaki, a Prickly Ash plant enthusiast who Holmes (McKellen) visits in Japan. Show More Summary
McKellen tweeted the first picture of himself in character today. Check it out! Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... GODS AND MONSTERS, Bill Condon's portrait of FRANKENSTEIN director James Whale, was my first exposure of the great Ian McKellen, an actor that I would grow to greatly admire. Show More Summary
Clip description: The underside of Gay Hollywood history is examined with love, sensitivity and a lot of humor in Bill Condon's brilliant "Gods and Monsters" (1999). Starring Ian McKellen as veteran, gay, Brit director James Whale and...Show More Summary
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Bill Maher faced off with Christian conservative icon Ralph Reed on Real Time, challenging him on why adult humans suspend critical thinking to believe in "magic" and why they would cherish a tome that basically condones horrible acts like slavery and stoning.
When we first heard about Disney's plans to make a live-action Beauty and the Beast with the help of Twilight director Bill Condon, we were so excited. And more importantly, we were dying to find out who would play Belle. Sure, we've...Show More Summary
After the $170 million opening weekend Maleficent had, it's no wonder Disney's adapting another one of your childhood favorites into live-action. Beauty and the Beast is to be directed by Bill Condon, best known for his work on, wait for it, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn parts one and two.
Determined not to be the anthropomorphic candelabra who’s forced to just sort of awkwardly stand around watching while Beauty And The Beast get it on everywhere, Disney has hired Bill Condon to direct its live-action reimagining of the fairy tale, first announced last year. Show More Summary
Disney has hired filmmaker Bill Condon as the director for a Beauty & The Beast live-action film adaptation. Variety reports that screenwriter Evan Spiliotopoulos has signed on to pen the script. According to Nerdist, the details of the plot have not yet been revealed. Show More Summary
Oscar winner Bill Condon has been hired to direct Disney's live-action take on Beauty and the Beast. The post Bill Condon Will Direct Disney’s Live-Action ‘Beauty and the Beast’ appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Director Bill Condon has signed to direct a live action version of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, according to The Hollywood Reporter: The news comes on the heels of Disney's latest live-action success, Maleficent, which hit theaters May 28. The...
After Maleficent's big weekend, Disney is gearing up for yet another live-action remake of one of their classic animated films. Along with the Jungle Book and Cinderella remakes that it already has in the works, Variety reports that Bill Condon (Dreamgirls, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn) has been tapped to direct a live-action version of Beauty and the Beast. Evan... More »
At least on the screen, director Bill Condon has lately moved away from the musical roots that had his “Dreamgirls” a much-talked-about movie eight years ago, and his screenplay for “Chicago” even buzzier a few years before that.