AFM: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau To Star In Susanne Bier’s ‘A Second Chance’

Susanne Bier is headed back to Denmark for her next feature. The helmer will reteam with her In A Better World scripter Anders Thomas Jensen on drama A Second Chance. Game Of Thrones‘ … Read More »

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‘Hunger Games’ Jennifer Lawrence Attached To Susanne Bier-Directed ‘The Rules Of Inheritance’

By | Wednesday June 5, 2013 @ 3:40pm PDT
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FilmNation Entertainment will finance and handle sales for The Rules Of Inheritance, which will star Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence. Directing is Susanne Bier, who just helmed Serena with Lawrence and Bradley Cooper. Abi Morgan, who … Read More »

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Hot Trailer: ‘Love Is All You Need’

By | Wednesday February 20, 2013 @ 3:00am PST

Danish director Susanne Bier‘s Love Is All You Need, the follow-up to her 2011 Oscar winner In A Better World, releases in the UK on April 19 via Arrow Films. Sony Pictures Classics has U.S. rights with a May 3 release date. Trine Dyrholm and … Read More »

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‘Melancholia’ Tops European Film Awards, Susanne Bier Named Best Director, Tilda Swinton & Colin Firth Get Acting Honors

The European Film Awards just wrapped in Berlin where Lars von Trier’s Melancholia was honored with the top prize. However, it was Susanne Bier who took the best director honors for her Oscar-winning In A Better World. Cannes-watchers may recall … Read More »

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Oscar-Nominated Susanne Bier Remaking French Thriller ‘Rapt’

EXCLUSIVE: Susanne Bier’s film In a Better World is Denmark’s Foreign Language Film nomination for Sunday’s Oscars. Now she plans to direct a remake of French kidnapping thriller Rapt for Smuggler Films before the end of this year. The Danish … Read More »

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Tom Harper To Direct ‘Lost For Words’

EXCLUSIVE: The young British director has just come off directing the This Is England TV series for Channel 4. Working Title is planning to shoot Lost For Words in January. Tom Cruise was going to play the lead at one … Read More »

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