David Andrews has joined the cast of the Lionsgate's "Jessabelle." Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, Ana de la Reguera and Brian Hallisay also star. Andrews can be seen next in Par's "World War Z."
Although Taylor Schilling gets the guy in Warner Bros.' "The Lucky One," those people who felt luckiest at Monday's preem in Hollywood were all the Zac Efron devotees who came out to see their idol.
After four years in development, Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber's adaptation of Tim Tharp's award-winning novel "The Spectacular Now" is finally moving forward with Shailene Woodley ("The…
Talent agent Tracy Christian and beauty, fashion and luxury agent Jed Root have opened tenpercentery TCA Jed Root.
Warner Bros. has consummated a long flirtation with Emily Blunt, as the studio is in talks to pair her with Tom Cruise in Doug Liman's sci-fier "All You Need Is Kill."
Max Martini has joined the cast of Sony's "Captain Phillips" starring Tom Hanks, and will play the Navy Seal commander who coordinated the rescue.
After a 10-year absence from the helm of a studio project, Adrian Lyne ("Fatal Attraction," "Flashdance") is in talks to direct the John Grisham adaptation of "The Associate" for Paramount.
Callan McAuliffe has joined the cast of the telepic "Underground," based on the early life of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Paramount has tapped Mic Kramer as its EVP of International Publicity.
Vanessa Ferlito ("Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps") and Katheryn Winnick ("Love and Other Drugs") are set to join the cast of "Stand Up Guys" for Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Lakeshore…
Ryan Merriman has joined the cast of Legendary Pictures' Jackie Robinson biopic "42" to play Dixie Walker, the Dodgers right fielder who opposes his new teammate at first but becomes his supporter.
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