The Tribeca Film Festival unveiled the second half of its slate of 97 movies, including films starring recent Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette and Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as documentaries on Roseanne Barr and R&B star Mary J. Blige.
Two days after announcing the festival's competition categories, Tribeca revealed the rest of its 2015 lineup Thursday. Among the films premiering at the annual New York festival are: "The Wannabe," a Martin Scorsese-produced New York mafia drama starring Arquette and Vincent Piazza; the latest dark comedy from Neil LaBute, "Dirty Weekend," starring Matthew Broderick; and the zombie thriller "Maggie," starring Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin.
Documentaries added to the festival include "Roseanne for President!" about Barr's bid to get on the 2012 presidential ballot, and "Mary J. Blige: The London Sessions," about the recording of the R&B star's latest album.
A handful of notable films that have premiered elsewhere will also make stops in Tribeca: Andrew Niccol's drone warfare drama "Good Kill"; Paul Weitz's "Grandma," starring Lily Tomlin; and John Maclean's Western "Slow West" with Michael Fassbender. The 14th annual Tribeca Film Festival opens April 15 with the premiere of the "Saturday Night Live" documentary "Live From New York." It runs through April 26.
Broadway debut: Bruce Willis will make his Broadway debut this fall in a tale of torture and suspense — a stage adaptation of Stephen King's novel "Misery." Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures said he will star opposite Elizabeth Marvel in the story of a murderous fan united with her beloved romance novelist. The play will be directed by Will Frears.
Honored: Elizabeth McCracken, a fiction writer praised for her sharply detailed stories of grief and disaster, has won a $20,000 prize. McCracken won the Story Prize for her collection "Thunderstruck," award officials announced. The two finalists, Lorrie Moore for "Bark" and Francesca Marciano for "The Other Language," will each receive $5,000.
naming rights: Entertainment industry executive David Geffen has donated $100 million to New York's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The performing arts building — long known as Avery Fisher Hall — will be renamed David Geffen Hall in September, Lincoln Center Chair Katherine Farley announced.