"It's a true life story based on Aron Ralston's book 'Between a Rock and a Hard Place,'" explains Christian Colson, producer of "127 Hours."
"Ever since I remember, I wanted to act," says Tim Dowling, who studied theater at USC.
Actors Rashida Jones and Will McCormack met in the late 1990s, dated for two weeks, then realized they'd make better writers than lovers.
"You have to stylize. There's absolutely no danger in that," Werner Herzog said in a 2007 interview.
Two words: Nicole Kidman. The Oscar-winning superstar returns as a mother coping with the death of her son in an emotional performance that has Academy recognition etched into its every icy stare and…
Screenwriters may be treated as second-class citizens in Hollywood, admit scribes Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, but that's not why they moved into directing.
The Weinsteins have mounted yet another comeback.
While Graham King's new domestic distribution venture aims to shake up the release market and go head-to-head with the studios, the company won't necessarily be making headlines at the AFM.
For FilmNation prexy Glen Basner, AFM has already begun.
Lena Dunham still lives with her parents in a Tribeca loft.
With state economies in turmoil, local tax incentives for film and TV production are becoming the latest political football in the battle to bolster local fortunes.