Indian producer Govind Menon and American indie vet William Keenan have launched Bollywood/Hollywood production consultancy Nuclear Mango, aiming to take advantage of the buzz from "Slumdog…
Mark Wahlberg will star in kidnap thriller "Prisoners," a spec penned by tyro writer Aaron Guzikowski.
Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have acquired domestic rights to "The Cove," winner of the audience award for documentary at Sundance, with plans for a summer release.
Can Warners' "Watchmen" -- which will see the widest opening ever for an R-rated pic -- live up to the hype?
Bruce Willis has filed a countersuit against the producers of "Three Stories About Joan," alleging they falsely claimed they had full financing to produce the project.
SAG's staying silent about its latest stalemate with the congloms even as there's no sign of movement toward a feature-primetime deal -- nine months after that pact expired.
Steve Carell will star in and produce testosterone comedy "Hi-T" for Warner Bros. through his Carousel Prods. banner.
The AFI Dallas Film Festival has set Rian Johnson's "The Brothers Bloom," starring Adrien Brody, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel Weisz and Rinko Kikuchi, as its opening-night feature on March 26.
Lionsgate has acquired rights to two more Tyler Perry films -- "Why Did I Get Married Too" and "I Can Do Bad All by Myself" -- with the multihyphenate writing, directing and starring in both projects.
David Permut is getting into gear for a biopic of maverick auto exec John Z. DeLorean, with Steve Lee Jones also producing through his Bee Holder Prods.
Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan will star in Warner Bros.' detective comedy "A Couple of Cops," with Kevin Smith directing his first major studio pic.