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“Shrek” director Andrew Adamson has come on board to helm Universal’s live-action adaptation of the classic children’s tale “Curious George,” sources confirmed to Variety. The children’s book series…
“Shrek” and “Chronicles of Narnia” helmer Andrew Adamson is set to direct “Inherit the Earth” for Sony and Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes shingle. The current draft of the screenplay is by Oren Uziel…
Screenwriter S. Craig Zahler ("The Brigands of Rattleborge") is set to make his feature directorial debut with Caliber Media Co.'s horror Western "Bone Tomahawk," which will star Kurt Russell, Peter…
A bona fide high-wire act, "Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away" delivers towering thrills through its candy-colored 3D ode to the titular outfit's astounding acrobatics.
Strange Weather Films is developing Chris McCoy's travel comedy-drama "Year Abroad," with the banner's Andrew Adamson and Aron Warner producing.
This gimmicky story set during Papua New Guinea's civil war reaches for emotional effect in a fatally hamfisted fashion.
Andrew Adamson has been tapped to write-direct "Mr. Pip," a film adaptation of the best-selling novel from New Zealand author Lloyd Jones, with Hugh Laurie set to star.
Whether or not Shrek has outlived his usefulness as a profit center, time has passed him by.
As the final chapter in the "Shrek" series is prepped for its bow in theaters, franchise director-writer-producer Andrew Adamson is embarking on his next adventure: big-budget fantasy "Fountain City."
Walt Disney Studios has inked a deal with Philip Anschutz's Walden Media to co-finance, produce and distribute a live-action film version of "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," the best-known…
It’s probably not the first time Eddie Murphy has been called an ass. This time, however, it paid off huge at the box office. Sitting in an isolated booth reciting dialogue doesn’t exactly conjure up…