Ongoing unrest throughout the Middle East, spotlighted by weeks of violent protests in Cairo, has added a new chill to the already limited prospects for shooting films in the region.
Steve Kloves, best known for adapting seven of the eight "Harry Potter" films for Warner Bros., has been recruited to polish the studio's live-action remake of Japanese manga epic "Akira."
Continuing his emergence as an actor and producer, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson will topline "Freelancers" with Jessy Terrero ("Soul Plane") directing.
Intrepid Pictures is heading to the bank, launching development of action-thriller "White Knuckle" with Mark Hosack penning the script.
The AFTRA Foundation will honor musician David Crosby, broadcaster Jaime Jarrin and "America's Most Wanted" host John Walsh as recipients of the AFTRA Media and Entertainment Excellence Awards.
The Lion has finally started to really stir, with MGM announcing its first post-bankruptcy co-financing deal Thursday and studio execs telling creative reps that it's moving on a quintet of projects…
Former Massachusetts film commissioner Nicholas Paleologos has come on as a producer on indie drama "Hypergraphia," starring John Hurt as the eccentric Boston diarist Arthur Crew Inman. Paleologos…
Guillermo Del Toro and The Jim Henson Co. are moving ahead with their long-in-development version of the "Pinocchio" fairy tale as a stop-motion feature.
Contrasting with the afterglow of the Feb. 16 preem of Warner/Dark Castle's "Unknown" at the Village, veteran producer Leonard Goldberg recalled last winter's icy shoot with stars Liam Neeson and…
The Directors Guild of America has set Jan. 28 as the date for its 2012 awards show.