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Chernin Entertainment brandished its magic wand to tap Irish filmmaker Kealan O'Rourke, who will write and direct the adaptation of Brian Selznick's young adult novel "The Houdini Box."
Warner Bros. is looking to make some magic, optioning Terry Brooks' "Magic Kingdom of Landover" series of books for Akiva Goldsman's Weed Road Pictures and Andy Cohen's Grade A Entertainment.
Universal's getting deeply into Stephen King's "The Dark Tower," announcing an ambitious -- and daunting -- plan to produce three films and a TV series based on Stephen King's "The Dark Tower."
It's the bad guys vs. the worse guys in "The Losers."
Warner Bros. has locked Guy Ritchie to direct "Lobo," the live-action adaptation of the DC Comics drama about an alien bounty hunter.
In a high-six-figure deal, Warner Bros. has acquired screen rights to "Primeval," the ITV series that airs in the U.S. on BBC America and Sci Fi Channel.
Warner Bros. has acquired screen rights to "The Lonely Dog," a limited-edition book of paintings done by Queenstown artist Ivan Clarke. The studio will turn the dog tale into a CG animated film.
Sylvain White ("Stomp the Yard") has been set to direct "The Losers," an adaptation of the DC-Vertigo comicbook about a band of black ops commandos who are set up to be killed by their own government.
A double-crossed CIA black ops team known as “The Losers” is the latest DC Comics property to be tapped for the bigscreen by Warner Bros. Pictures. Peter Berg and Akiva Goldsman will produce the…
Kerry Foster has joined Akiva Goldsman's Warner Bros.-based production company Weed Road as president of production, and the shingle has reupped at the studio with a two-year first-look deal.
Just a few days after its publishing sale, October Films has optioned first-time novelist Howard Roughan's untitled, partial manuscript for Michael Douglas' Furthur Films.