Ana de Armas is in talks for the female lead in the Warner Bros. black comedy “Arms and the Dudes,” directed by Todd Phillips. Jonah Hill and Miles Teller will star. Based on the Rolling Stone…
Arms and the Dudes
Todd Phillips has turned to Jonah Hill to lead the charge of his next pic. Sources tell Variety that the two-time Oscar nominee is in talks to star in Phillips’ “Arms and the Dudes” for Warner Bros…
Blair Underwood is an attractive, charismatic actor, but all that charm will be put to the test and then some by "Ironside," another vintage revival that bears virtually no resemblance to the source.
All of the major labels are putting renewed energy into reinvigorating the physical product marketplace that seemed snuffed out long ago by the emergence of cheaper digital options and rampant piracy.
With all eyes on the comic book world during Comic-Con and ample talk of gay rights issues with the recent SCOTUS rulings, Andrew Garfield decided to combine the two and ask a question about…
Looking into their crystal ball, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg predicted the imminent arrival of a radically different entertainment landscape, including pricey movie tickets, a vast migration of…
Amid a backdrop of record-low ratings for some broadcast shows, cable is feeling pretty good about its prospects in this year's upfront advertising sales derby.
A slender, 75-minute glimpse into the life of a high-school English teacher having an affair with one of her students that leaves audiences none the wiser for having seen it.
Warner Bros. has won a bidding war for Canadian author Linwood Barclay's novel "Trust Your Eyes" and set Todd Phillips to direct and produce the thriller with Dan Lin.
"The Gangster Princess of Beverly Hills" is claiming turf on Melrose.
Even with a game, mostly appealing cast, the pilot provides scant incentive to invest in a weekly subscription.