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“Vampire Academy” producer Michael Preger and his Preger Entertainment are giving more life to the undead, obtaining movie rights to Christopher Pike’s series "The Last Vampire." The series…
This study of toxic selfishness presented as comedy isn't nearly funny enough for a film starring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis, and nowhere near as serious as Weiner's celebrated TV work.
Adding a little international flare to the cast, Paramount Pictures and Michael Bay have set Li Bingbing to join the cast of the upcoming untitled “Transformers” film. She joins a cast that includes…
After playing a hard-ass politician in Starz's "Boss," Kelsey Grammer is looking to keep that edge as he has signed on to play a villain in the Paramount's Transformers starring Mark Wahlberg.
India-based Reliance Entertainment is heading to "Graceling," acquiring feature rights Kristin Cashore's young-adult fantasy trilogy as a film franchise starter in partnership with Kintop Pictures.
The most essential accessory for Hollywood's current crop of coolkidz is neither the vest/suspenders (for men) nor the oversized masculine watch and lob haircut (for women).
The Weinstein Co. has taken U.S. rights to "Blood Sisters" as the first installment in a planned feature franchise based on the "Vampire Academy" fantasy series.
After working together on Paramount's "Pain and Gain," Mark Wahlberg and Michael Bay are teaming up again as the "Contraband" thesp is confirmed to star in "Transformers 4."
Independent producer Aaron Magnani has attached director Michael Polish and is in talks with Evan Rachel Wood to topline "18 Wheel Butterfly," a road movie written by Christian Divine that is…
Fox Intl. Channels is open for business in Hollywood.
Japanese advertising agency Dentsu and Hayakawa Publishing Corp. have entered into a live-action feature rights deal for Japanese sci-fi novels that have attracted the interest of "Transformers"…