TNT has fortified the cast of Frank Darabont drama pilot "L.A. Noir" with the addition of Neal McDonough.
The Directors Guild Theater has seen many sights in its history but at Paramount Vantage's "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" preem March 7 guests saw something new: Hooters waitresses.
With Dominic Cooper falling out due to scheduling conflicts, Warner Bros. and Dark Castle have worked fast to find a new leading man for "Motor City." Jake Gyllenhaal is in negotiations to star.
Forest Whitaker and David Oyelowo are in negotiations to star in Lee Daniels' "The Butler," with Whitaker playing the title role and Oyelowo as his son.
"Ouija" is reaching out from the beyond -- Universal has pulled the pic from turnaround by slashing the budget and attaching "Paranormal Activity" shingle Blumhouse to help produce the cut-price…
Former CAA agent Dan Aloni has joined WME. He will be a partner in the agency's motion picture department.
Producer Mickey Liddell has set up "The Occult" with Rufus Sewell, Anne Heche and newcomer Alycia Debnam-Carey in final negotiations to star in the thriller, which Christian Christiansen will direct.
Simon Baker looks to have found his next project during his hiatus as "The Mentalist" star is set for the Working Title's "I Give it a Year."
Scarlett Johansson is set to play ''Psycho'' star Janet Leigh in Sacha Gervasi's ''Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho.''
"Safe House" helmer Daniel Espinosa is in early talks to helm "The Outsider" for Warner Bros., riding a wave a momentum after the Denzel Washington thriller just crossed the $100 million domestic…
Laurence Mark has come on board to produce the adaptation of non-fiction book "Other People's Love Letters" through his Laurence Mark Productions shingle.
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