Channing Tatum and Michael Angarano have joined the cast of Stephen Soberbergh's action-thriller "Knockout."
Magnet Releasing has acquired world rights to black comedy "Down Terrace" and plans a theatrical release this summer.
Antoine Fuqua will direct spy thriller "Consent to Kill" for CBS Films with Lorenzo DiBonaventura and Nick Wechsler producing.
Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts are teaming up in "Larry Crowne" with Hanks set to direct from his own script.
The Sundance Film Festival has tapped Russell Banks, Karyn Kusama, Parker Posey, Morgan Spurlock and Christine Vachon among the members of its juries.
'Hangover,' 'Avatar' among original screenplays; adapted noms include 'Precious' and 'Star Trek.'
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has weighed in on the healthcare debate, coming out against taxing high-end insurance plans.
John Malkovich has replaced John C. Reilly in Summit Entertainment's espionage thriller "Red," based on the WildStorm/DC comicbook.
When the Writers Guild of America reveals its 10 screenplay nominees this morning, it's going to be from a far smaller field of contenders than in the past.
Blake Lively has landed the female lead role in "Green Lantern" as Carol Ferris opposite Ryan Reynolds in Warner Bros.' live-action film based on the DC Comics hero.
The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Awards have been unveiled.