New Line is in negotiations with Ben Affleck to round out the cast of ensemble comedy "He's Just Not That Into You," with Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen producing through their Flower Films banner.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will star in "Witch Mountain" for Walt Disney Pictures. Andy Fickman is directing, and the studio will begin production in March.
Oliver Stone is closing a deal with United Artists to finance "Pinkville," a drama about the investigation of the 1968 My Lai massacre that he would direct. Pic would be distributed through MGM.
Ashok Amritraj's Hyde Park Entertainment has greenlit India-America cross-cultural romantic comedy "The Other End of the Line" for MGM. Pic sets James Dodson as helmer and will see Jesse Metcalfe…
Starz Media is taking its manga content online. The Liberty Media division has licensed 40 hours of popular manga content to broadband video site Heavy.com
Twentieth Century Fox has set Keanu Reeves to star in "The Day the Earth Stood Still," its re-imagining of the 1951 Robert Wise-directed sci-fi classic.
A two-part doc made by Matthew Reeve about his father Christopher's struggle to walk again, half of which has never been released, is coming out on DVD Nov. 6.
Tourists are flocking to the U.K. locations that were used for films such as the "Harry Potter" series, "The Da Vinci Code," "Pride & Prejudice" and "Gosford Park," according to a new report.
The crisis gripping British TV, sparked by scandals over rigged phone lines and faked documentary footage, has not diminished the reputation U.K. TV enjoys in the U.S.
At first glance, the Aug. 21 premiere of Lionsgate's Russell Crowe-Christian Bale Western "3:10 to Yuma" at the National Theater in Westwood seemed like a typical Hollywood debut.
As the housing market shifts, so does cable's cottage industry of real estate shows.