“The Hunger Games” producer Nina Jacobson (above) has acquired movie rights Kevin Kwan's comedic novel, “Crazy Rich Asians.” Jacobson and her partner, Brad Simpson, will produce through their Color…
For all its negative pre-release publicity, this is a surprisingly smart, gripping and imaginative addition to the zombie-movie canon.
Fox Broadcasting Co. is reaching back to feudal Japan and to more tabloid news history as fodder for two miniseries added to its development roster for limited-run “event” series. Fox said it is…
Annapurna Pictures and Color Force have bought feature film rights to Maria Semple's novel "Where'd You Go, Bernadette."
As a Harvard-educated Midwesterner who developed the somber Iraq war drama "Stop-Loss," Reid Carolin admits that he never expected a movie about male strippers in Florida would be his big…
This year, DuVernay was the first African-American female helmer to win the director prize at Sundance for her film, "Middle of Nowhere."
Color Force, the production shingle headed by Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson, is gearing up for the smallscreen via a first-look production deal with FX Prods. Color Force will develop projects from…
Formulaic in adhering to the sitcom-style tone of the first two films, pic finds the chronically underappreciated Greg Heffley facing a summer break replete with parental expectations and anxiety…
Bobby Moresco, who won an Oscar for co-writing "Crash" with Paul Haggis, has lined up his next feature project, as he's set to write and direct an indie crime thriller titled "The Harbor."
As "Fifty Shades of Grey" author E.L. James and lit agent Val Hoskins spend the week in town to discuss a feature adaptation of the bestselling erotic novel with high-level execs at Universal…
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