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“The Accountant” director Gavin O’Connor is set to take on a retelling of the classic TV series “The Green Hornet.” Paramount Pictures and Chernin Entertainment recently teamed up to acquire the…
Say what you will about Ben Affleck as Batman, or Jack Ryan, or any number of other action heroes that have seemed to be a stretch for the boy-next-door star, but Affleck is a terrific fit for "The…
When it reaches home-screen platforms, "Jane Got a Gun" almost certainly will find a receptive audience for its revisionist yet respectful spin on genre conventions.
“Warrior” director Gavin O’Connor is on board action-adventure “Massacre in the Himalayas.” Gianni Nunnari’s Hollywood Gang Productions has acquired the movie rights to Freddie Wilkinson’s story for…
Gavin O'Connor is on board to direct the remake of the French pic "Tell No One," which is a co-production between Universal and Warner Bros.
Relativity Media and The Weinstein Co. are in talks for U.S. rights to “Jane Got a Gun,” starring Natalie Portman , Joel Edgerton, Ewan McGregor, Noah Emmerich and Rodrigo Santoro. The deal came…
After a couple of bumps in the road, indie western “Jane Got a Gun” looks to be back on track with Bradley Cooper in talks to join the cast. Cooper would replace Jude Law, who left after the film’s…
"Warrior" director Gavin O'Connor has replaced Lynne Ramsey as director on indie Western "Jane Got a Gun."
"The Americans" is an intriguing and provocative concept -- positing the idea of Soviet spies living in plain sight, during the early days of the Reagan administration. The execution, alas, initially…
With Lifetime canceling Sony TV-produced "Drop Dead Diva," the femme-friendly cabler will have three pilots to choose from to fill the scripted bill.
Renee Zellweger is set to make her directorial debut with "4 1/2 Minutes," a comedy in which she'll star opposite Johnny Knoxville.