Leighton Meester of "Gossip Girl" will star in indie dramatic comedy "The Oranges" opposite Hugh Laurie.
With Oscar campaigning moving into its final days, Nicolas Chartier, one of the four nominated producers of "The Hurt Locker," is trying to deactivate his own bomb.
Gregory Allen Howard ("Remember the Titans") is set to write the screenplay for an indie biopic based on the life of pro football quarterback Marlin "the Magician" Briscoe.
Natalie Portman is in final negotiations to topline and produce road-trip comedy "Best Buds."
Raymond De Felitta ("City Island") will reteam with Lucky Monkey Pictures' Lauren Versel and Maria Teresa Arida for his new romantic comedy, "Married and Cheating."
Cuba Gooding Jr. and Cole Hauser are starring in indie action-thriller "The Hit List" for North by Northwest Prods.
As Warner Bros. finalizes plans on how to fully exploit DC's stable of iconic superheroes across the company's various divisions, it's making moves to send Superman on his next adventure.
Newly minted distributor Area23A has announced it will release the documentary "Best Worst Movie," which has been an official selection in over 30 film festivals.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to "Centurion," the sword-and-sandal actioner from filmmaker Neil Marshall ("The Descent"), and plans a summer theatrical launch through its Magnet genre…
David Permut and Christie Hsiao's Serenity Entertainment have snagged rights to "Without a Badge,"
Freida Pinto will star in "War of the Gods," Relativity Media's Greek mythology clash directed by Tarsem Singh with production set to start in April.