Is Tuesday the new Friday overseas? Tuesday isn't a traditional opening day in any market, but after Sony's record-breaking launch of "Spider-Man 3" in 15 key territories on May 1, studios are…
Indie shingle the Edge, launched last year by veteran producers Jonathan Krane and Beau Rogers, has greenlit its first pics -- comedy "Daddy's Home" and thriller "Pyscho/Analysis," based on the…
Senator Entertainment has tapped Gregor Jordan ("Ned Kelly") to direct ensemble drama "The Informers," adapted from Bret Easton Ellis' 1995 novel.
About three dozen writers on six Comedy Central skeins have asked to be repped by Writers Guild of America and are seeking a network-wide deal that would cover all future programming.
SAG's getting a star on Hollywood Boulevard. The Screen Actors Guild announced Thursday that it's been awarded an Award of Excellence star from Hollywood Historic Trust, representing only the fifth…
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television & Radio Artists are battling each other once again, this time in a jurisdictional dispute centered on cable TV. More than 20…
Laurence Fishburne and Cole Hauser have signed to star in crime thriller "Tortured," with cameras rolling Monday in Vancouver. Five Star Pictures, Insight Film Studios and Proud Mary Entertainment…
Amy Smart will topline indie swing dancing project "Love N' Dancing" opposite Tom Malloy with Robert Iscove ("She's All That") directing.
Wind Dancer Films has launched production on a trio of pics from its development fund -- thrillers "Crescendo" and "House of War" and family adventure comedy "Motel Galileo."
Columbia and Overbrook Entertainment will test out "Newton's Law" as the next project for Jaden Christopher Syre Smith, son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.
Two weeks after relaunching itself as a full-service studio, Summit Entertainment has unveiled its slate of development projects, with a pair of pics -- "Get Some" and "Step Up 2" -- going into…