Warner Bros. is in final negotiations with Ken Kwapis to direct "Everybody Loves Whales," produced by Steve Golin and Michael Sugar for Anonymous Content.
CBS Films has tapped Mary-Kate Olsen and Alex Pettyfer to star alongside Vanessa Hudgens in teen romancer "Beastly," with Susan Cartsonis producing via her Storefront Films shingle.
PR firm 42West has hired Holly Shakoor, who has spent the past seven years at BWR.
Summit Entertainment has set Emilie de Ravin ("Lost"), Pierce Brosnan and Chris Cooper to star alongside Robert Pattinson in "Remember Me," the Allen Coulter-directed drama that begins production in…
If you were outside the Chinese Theater during Warner Bros.' preem of "The Hangover" June 2, you would have seen director Todd Phillips.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. theatrical rights to "Untitled," director Jonathan Parker's comedy on the state of contemporary art and music, and set a Sept. 18 release.
A state court judge has ruled -- for now -- that a jury should decide on the claims in the suit by heirs of "Lord of the Rings" creator J.R.R. Tolkien against New Line Cinema over profits from the…
Madeline Carroll ("Swing Vote") has been cast in the lead role of Rob Reiner's coming-of-age comedy "Flipped" for Castle Rock prods.
Overture Films is developing a modern-day adaptation of "Hamlet" to star Emile Hirsch. "Twilight" helmer Catherine Hardwicke is on board to direct, with Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen producing.
Lionsgate is teaming with filmmaker Paul Haggis on the thriller "The Next Three Days," an adaptation of the French film "Pour elle."
Film Movement has acquired domestic rights to political thriller "Storm" and plans to release the German, Danish and Dutch co-production in the late fall.