Elliott Lester has been tapped to direct "Blitz," the feature adaptation of Ken Bruen's police thriller, for Lionsgate U.K., Donald Kushner and Brad Wyman.
It's been a rough year for Hollywood deals and dealmakers. Start with plenty of labor unrest, add in the global credit crunch along with the consequences of too many movies in the market, and combine…
Seven months after the end of a bruising strike, Hollywood scribes have issued an early warning to the majors: Get ready for a contentious rematch in 2011, when the current Writers Guild of America…
Rachel Bilson will star in indie romancer "Waiting for Forever," directed by James Keach and produced by Trevor Albert and Keach.
Barbarian Films has come aboard to finance indie actioner "Jonah," Brandon Boyce's directing debut from a script he's written.
International powerhouse "Mamma Mia!" continued to croon sweetly at the foreign box office, raking in $14 million at 4,539 playdates in 48 markets to lead an otherwise moderate frame.
Tyler Perry Studios has formed 34th Street Films to produce projects under the Tyler Perry brand while focusing on projects written and directed by outside talent.
In their first election following the writers' strike, WGA East members have opted mostly for incumbents, electing 10 members to two-year terms to the ruling WGA East Council.
Luke Wilson and Giovanni Ribisi will star in indie drama "Middle Men," a chronicle of the birth of the Internet porn industry.
Dissidents have won control of SAG's national board in a surprise result that heightens the chances of an end to the guild's contract stalemate with the majors.
After last weekend's box office boom — led by the Coen brothers' "Burn After Reading" — this weekend could prove a lull as several new modest players make their play before action-thriller "Eagle…