Josh Brolin is developing a "Hunchback of Notre Dame" project at Warner Bros., with the thesp starring and producing through his Brolin Productions shingle.
Warren Adler, the longtime No. 2 exec at the Directors Guild of America, will retire on April 1.
Tobe Hooper will direct Imagenation Abu Dhabi's Arabian horror film "Djinn."
The notion of beauty was very much front and center at CBS Films' "Beastly" premiere Thursday night at the Grove.
Sam Jaeger ("Parenthood") has joined indie comedy "Miss Dial," the feature directorial debut of screenwriter David H. Steinberg ("Puss in Boots").
Three years after the writers strike shook Hollywood to its core, neither side's anxious to get back to bargaining.
Warner Bros. has zeroed in on "Line of Sight," buying F. Scott Frazier's thriller spec preemptively and setting it up with Silver Pictures.
Oscar luck runs in hot streaks for some, in dribbles for others.
Director Tom Hooper has won the Best Director Oscar for "The King's Speech," capping an impressive award-season run for the British helmer.
Melissa Leo's acceptance speech F-bomb was the first ever at the Oscars, cementing her place in telecast history while fulfilling her run as the presumed favorite in the supporting actress category.
"Alice in Wonderland" has won the Oscar for art direction for Robert Stromberg for production design and Karen O'Hara for set decoration.