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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…
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 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.
Mark Waters will direct "Blood Sisters" as the first installment in a planned feature franchise based on the "Vampire Academy" fantasy series for financiers Reliance Entertainment and IM Global.
Like the high-fructose-laced soda given front-and-center product placement, this underdog sports story is sweet and corny, but in just the right measure to satisfy the masses.
"Transformers" film franchise producers Don Murphy and Susan Montford have pacted with Cartoon Network to develop a live-action feature based on 1990s kids' TV mainstay Captain Planet. Murphy and…
Hope Davis has joined the cast of DreamWorks' Hugh Jackman topliner "Real Steel," which Shawn Levy begins lensing later this month.
Anthony Mackie and Evangeline Lilly have signed on to co-star in DreamWorks' "Real Steel."
The kid's not alright, and neither are the scientists who cooked her up in "Splice."
Director Michael Davis makes the transition from straight-to-DVD stinkers to the bigscreen in conspicuous fashion, with an action movie that is violent and vile in equal measure.
Universal is homing in on a bigscreen version of "Second Sight," a 1999 BBC miniseries that starred Clive Owen as a detective struggling to solve a murder before he goes blind.