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Jonathan Rhys Meyers joins cast of Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’
Jonathan Rhys Meyers has joined the cast of Roland Emmerich’s gay-rights movie “Stonewall,” which has now begun production in Montreal.
Stonewall: Jeremy Irvine, Caleb Landry Jones for Emmerich film
Two of current cinema’s hottest young actors are set to appear in Roland Emmerich’s new movie “Stonewall” — which will tell the story of the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York’s Greenwich Village.
Roland Emmerich hosts film about plight of homeless GLBT youth
Los Angeles - The acclaimed American filmmaker Roland Emmerich has hosted a short film that dramatises the plight of homeless gay and transgender young people in the US.
Review: ‘White House Down’ is the right kind of ridiculous
In ‘White House Down’, a Capitol policeman is unofficially promoted to Secret Service when the president’s life is threatened by an organized takeover of the Executive Mansion.
Review: Murder, arson and infidelity in next week's leading soaps
A launderette lady is murdered, husbands and wives are doing what they should with people they shouldn't, and the village villain finds no good deed goes unpunished.
Review: ‘Anonymous’ explores Shakespeare's credibility
One half of 'Anonymous' takes aim at the authenticity of William Shakespeare; the other half is a period drama set in volatile Elizabethan England. Available on Blu-ray and DVD February 7, 2012.
Op-Ed: Anonymous — Roland Emmerich asks 'Who wrote Shakespeare?'
Based on the controversial theory on “who was the hidden genius?” behind the works of William Shakespeare, the film Anonymous deals on centuries old intrigue whether Edward de Vere (17th Earl of Oxford) is actually the bard of Avon.
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