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Universal and Imagine Entertainment have greenlit the long-gestating James Brown biopic after tapping “42” star Chadwick Boseman to play the legendary artist known as the “godfather of soul.” “The…
In its second high-profile deal in a key and expanding overseas film region announced in just one week, Jeff Skoll's Participant Media is teaming with the Doha Film Institute to jointly create a $100…
Nostalgia and videogames look to be a potent combo for studios as Universal is bringing on Jez Butterworth to rewrite the script of "Asteroids."
Tate Taylor has inked with CAA.
Mississippi native Tate Taylor used his experience with the gray areas of relationships between black and white women in the south to color his adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's "The Help."
The Writers Guild of America West has set presenters for its Feb. 19 awards show, with Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer to present the Paul Selvin Award to "The Help" writer-director Tate Taylor.
Tate Taylor is set to receive the Writers Guild of America West's Paul Selvin Award for his adapted screenplay for the civil rights-era drama "The Help."
Editors try many strategies to keep auds happy for hours
Leaning heavily toward laffers, Hollywood writers have tapped scripts for "50/50," "Bridesmaids," "Midnight in Paris," "Win Win" and "Young Adult" for the Writers Guild of America's original…
"The Help" director Tate Taylor has decided against helming "Tammy," the road trip comedy New Line is developing for Melissa McCarthy.
Montgomery, Ala., native Octavia Spencer knows she gets laughs in "The Help," but doesn't see the tempestuous, Jim Crow-era maid Minny as being so comedically self-aware.