Warner Bros. has signed Douglas McGrath to direct "The Lucky One," the adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks bestseller.
Rosario Dawson will star alongside Denzel Washington and Chris Pine in Fox's runaway train drama "Unstoppable," directed by Tony Scott.
Neil LaBute will write and direct an adaptation of "The Burnt Orange Heresy," Charles Willeford's crime novel set in the world of modern art, with William Horberg ("The Kite Runner") producing.
The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation has tapped producer Colin Callender, producer/actress Hilary Swank and story editor Catherine Tarr as judges in its writing awards competition.
A Halcyon Co. subsidiary that owns the rights to the "Terminator" franchise is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Screen Actors Guild has reached agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers on a pair of two-year contracts covering voice actors working in TV animation and basic…
MGM's moves on Tuesday may please investors who'd fretted about Leo's $3.7 billion in debt. But the shakeup does little to enhance the Lion's reputation as a place to make movies.
Fox is moving ahead on "The Magician's Elephant," tapping Martin Hynes ("The Go-Getter") to adapt Kate DiCamillo's soon-to-be-published children's book.
Anthony Mackie ("The Hurt Locker") has been cast in "The Adjustment Bureau," MRC's sci-fi thriller for Universal with Matt Damon and Emily Blunt starring, and George Nolfi directing from his own…
Josh Lucas, Terrence Howard and Lake Bell will star in indie thriller "Little Murder" with Peter "Gaga" Antonijevic ("Savior") directing.
Two "Terminator Salvation" producers have sued the Pacificor hedge fund and one of its former employees alleging financial wrongdoing in a pair of suits.