Tags » Diane Kruger

David Cronenberg's 'Rabid' Remake; Kruger Joins 'After The Wedding'; Uncork'd Finds 'The Lighthouse' - Berlin Briefs

David Cronenberg’s classic horror film Rabid is getting remade after Shout! Studios acquired the U.S rights to the reboot, which is being made by Dead Hooker In A Trunk… 671 more words

Breaking News

“You always have to challenge yourself or else you get soft. Right?”

—Diane Kruger.

Thought For Today

Diane Kruger Joins Bart Freundlich's 'After the Wedding'

Diane Kruger is set to join Julianne Moore in Bart Freudlich’s English-language re-imagining of Susanne Bier’s 2006 film “After the Wedding.” Cornerstone Films, which announced the casting Thursday, is handling international sales on the film and will present it to buyers at the European Film Market in Berlin. 171 more words


Diane Kruger, Eric Bana in Talks for Spy Thriller 'The Operative'

Diane Kruger and Eric Bana are in negotiations to star in the spy thriller “The Operative” with “Bethlehem” director Yuval Adler attached to helm.

“The Operative” is the story of a woman recruited by the Mossad to go undercover in Tehran who becomes entangled in a complex triangle with her handler and her subject. 250 more words


Diane Kruger & Eric Bana In Talks To Star In Spy Thriller 'The Operative' - Berlin

Diane Kruger and Eric Bana are in talks to star in The Operative, an espionage thriller written and to be directed by Yuval Adler. The pic will be introduced to buyers next week at the kickoff of the European Film Market in Berlin, with Endeavor Content handling U.S. 149 more words

Breaking News

Diane Kruger Says Working With Quentin Tarantino Was 'Pure Joy'

Diane Kruger has come to the defense of director Quentin Tarantino, who came fire after Uma Thurman said she was forced into a stunt she was uncomfortable with on the set of his “Kill Bill.” 660 more words


Diane Kruger Responds To Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds' Story

The aftermath of Uma Thurman’s allegations against Harvey Weinstein continues to take twisty turns for Quentin Tarantino. The Internet has gone abuzz with a 14-year-old Howard Stern interview where the filmmaker defends Roman Polanski. 161 more words

Breaking News