Idris Elba and newcomer Abraham Attah star in the critically acclaimed war drama from Cary Fukunaga and Netflix.
Written and directed by Cary Fukunaga of "True Detective" fame, the war drama arrives Oct. 16 in select theaters and on Netflix.
Netflix's first original film, from writer/director Cary Fukunaga ("True Detective"), will receive limited theatrical release on Oct. 16, the same day it premieres on the streaming service.
"True Detective's" Cary Fukunaga will direct New Line's two-movie adaptation of Stephen King's celebrated 1986 horror novel.
The "True Detective" director revealed shocking behind-the-scenes facts of the acclaimed HBO series, and what he has coming up next.
The adaptation of Caleb Carr's 1994 novel centers on a string of gruesome murders in late 19th-century New York City.
The streaming service is reportedly planning a major awards push for the drama, which stars Idris Elba.
The Emmy-winning director will helm the first of two feature films based on Stephen King's classic horror novel.
The director will partner with John Legend for the Sony Pictures adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Alexandre Dumas' father.
Stephen King's epic horror novel It is getting a new, double-film adaptation from Jane Eyre director Cary Fukunaga.
Warner Bros. has hired Cary Fukunaga to direct and co-write a two-movie adaptation of Stephen King's mammoth 1986 horror novel It.