Summit is getting closer to finding its male lead for "Divergent" opposite Shailene Woodley, considered one of the more sought-after roles for a young actor.
If 2012 was the year Lionsgate grew up, then 2013 will be the first year it has to prove itself in the big leagues.
With the final "Twilight" movie opening this week, Lionsgate is primed to capitalize on its momentum with investors and take its place alongside Hollywood's majors at long last.
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Shailene Woodley is in final negotiations to star in the Summit's "Divergent," an adaptation of 24-year-old author Veronica Roth's young-adult novel that has drawn close comparisons to Suzanne…
Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment banner has set a March 21, 2014, release date for a portential franchise starter "Divergent" -- even though it has not signed a director or cast yet.
The promise of digital dollars has arrived with "The Hunger Games," Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer told shareholders, adding that the mini-major is doubling down on young-adult projects and forecasting…
With Summit Entertainment's lucrative "Twilight" series coming to a close this fall, the studio is ramping up the futuristic "Divergent" -- the beginning of what it hopes will be its next teen…
NBC has purchased the high-concept pitch “Afterthought” from feature scribes Evan Daugherty (“Snow White and the Huntsman”) and Melissa Rosenberg (“The Twilight Saga”), who continues to branch into…
Summit Entertainment has closed a deal to acquire film rights to Veronica Roth's upcoming futuristic novel "Divergent," with Red Wagon toppers Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher attached to produce.
Summit Entertainment is in negotiations to acquire film rights to Veronica Roth's upcoming futuristic novel "Divergent," with Red Wagon toppers Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher attached to produce.