Transmission Films have released the official trailer for the upcoming biographical film The Professor And The Madman, based on the Simon Winchester novel The Surgeon of Crowthorne that chronicles the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary.
Media outlets are reporting that Hulu has cancelled drama series The First after one season.
The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reports that Natalie Dormer will be starring opposite Mel Gibson and Sean Penn in the big screen adaptation of Simon Winchester’s book, The Professor and the Madman.
The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reports that Mel Gibson is set to be joined alongside Sean Penn in the big screen adaptation of Simon Winchester’s book, The Professor and the Madman, which looks into the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary.
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