Shia LaBeouf is attached to star in Mandalay Pictures' big-screen adaptation of Joe Hill's best-selling novel "Horns," and will also be closely involved in the project's development.
A typical, mainstream-oriented French laffer with big-name stars and its fair share of chuckles.
Atmospheric account of a cover-up of a fatal accident, involving a hotel owner and the titular employee who might have seen something, is pleasingly heavy on shades of gray.
Just in time to celebrate Jerry Lewis' 85th birthday, Encore is producing a feature docu on the comedian.
The remarkable fate of thousands of Spaniards exiled to Russia during the Civil War in the 1930s is given an unremarkable examination in this well-intentioned but deja vu-inducing drama.
A deliberately paced, dialogue-heavy ghost story in the style of Eisenhower-era B-pics.
Production stage manager Beverley Randolph died of cancer on March 15 in Bloomingdale, N.J. She was 59.
"The Tribe" is eyeing Hollywood as its next place to settle.
BBC America will cover the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton live and commercial-free, in a simulcast of BBC flagship channel BBC One.
Sunday's ESPN broadcast of “The Fab Five” became the network's highest-rated documentary ever. The two-hour film drew 2.7 million overall viewers, topping ESPN “30 for 30″ docs “Pony Exce$$” (2.5…