Release Date Pushed Back For Vikander’s Tulip Fever

The US theatrical release for Alicia Vikander's new movie Tulip Fever, directed by Justin Chadwick, has been set for September 1st, having been pushed back from August 25th for a quieter release weekend. Tulip Fever is set in 17th Century Amsterdam where an orphaned girl Sophia (Alicia Vikander) is forcibly married to a rich and powerful merchant Cornelis Sandvoort (Christoph Waltz) which saves her from poverty. After her husband commissions a portrait, Sophia begins a passionate affair with the painter Jan Van

Justin Theroux Joins Netflix Remake Of Maniac

Justin Theroux (The Leftovers) has been cast in a guest starring role for the remake of Norwegian comedy Maniac, which has been given a ten episode straight-to-series order by Netflix. The original TV2 series follows the adventures of Espen (Espen Lervåg) and his friend Håkon (Håkon Bast Mossige), who exists only in Espen's head. They live quite happily together until psychologist Mina (Ingeborg Raustøl) arrives on the scene to treat Espen's illness. The remake will star Jonah Hill as a patient at

Lena Olin To Sundance In September For Riviera

Streaming service Sundance Now has announced that ten-part thriller Riviera, starring Julia Stiles (The Bourne Identity) and Lena Olin (Vinyl) will be available to US viewers on September 14th. Set in the south of France, Georgina (Julia Stiles) is newly married to billionaire Constantine Clios when he is killed in a yacht explosion. She is shocked to discover the fortune that maintained his immaculate, ever-so-tasteful lifestyle is tainted with dishonesty, double-dealing, crime, and ultimately murder. Helped by Constantine’s first wife Inna (Lena

Nice Drama Announces US Project Andersonville

Nice Drama (Midnight Sun) has revealed to Variety that its first English language drama, Andersonville, is set to begin production in 2018. Created by Henrik Jansson-Schweizer and Morgan Jensen (Thicker than Water), Andersonville is set in Chicago’s Swede Town 1910, in the middle of its immigration boom, just before the arrival of Al Capone. The story focuses on the Ericson family, three Swedish siblings who migrated to Chicago in search of the American dream. Jansson-Schweizer told Variety: "It’s a drama about immigrants achieving

Gustaf Skarsgård & Fares Fares Head To Westworld

HBO has announced that Gustaf Skarsgård (Vikings) and Fares Fares (Department Q) will join the cast as regulars for season two of Westworld, based on the cult 1973 movie. Gustaf Skarsgård will play Karl Strand, a white-collar guy comfortable in the field, while Fares Fares is Antoine Costa, a tech expert with an objective perspective. It has not yet been confirmed whether Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Cold Prey) will reprise her role from season one as badass lady gunslinger, Armistice. However, the final