Emily Brontë's classic 1847 novel "Wuthering Heights" has been adapted for the movies almost too many times to count, so film fans can be forgiven for wondering if there's really anything new that can be done with the story.
But if you're one of those folks, then wonder no more, because we've got a new trailer here for an adaptation that brings the tragic romance to new "Heights." Get More »
Thought mid-19th century gothic novels couldn't get any sexier? Andrea Arnold is here to prove you wrong.
The British director, who won an Academy Award for her 2004 short "Wasp," brings her magic back to the big screen with her update on Emily Bronte's classic "Wuthering Heights."
The film premiered earlier this month to rave reviews at the Venice Film Festival, where it took home the Golden Osella award for best cinematography. For those of us whose tickets to the festival got lost in the mail, the wait to see what all the fuss about is over, thanks to the film's teaser trailer, posted on Indie Wire. Get More »