Paramount has acquired animated Venice prize winner "Anomalisa." Finally, the studio has something to play with this season.
Paramount Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to “Anomalisa,” the stop-motion film from directors Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson. The purchase follows screenings at film festivals in Telluride…
The stop-motion wonder screened in Telluride over the weekend before heading to Venice's Competition slate this week.
In "Anomalisa," an inspirational speaker in crisis checks into Cincinnati's (fictional) Al Fregoli hotel, named for a delusional condition in which paranoiacs believe that those around them are not…
Charlie Kaufman has added more high-wattage talent to his FX comedy pilot, recruiting Sally Hawkins and Catherine Keener for key roles. The single-camera comedy “How and Why” revolves around a man…
After making "Flight" his first live-action film in more than a decade, Robert Zemeckis may be ready to return to a tentpole-type of project as he is in early talks to direct the adaptation of the…
With film biz stratified, the smallscreen becomes home for unique visions.
Lionsgate is in final negotiations to acquire R.J. Palacio's bestselling debut novel "Wonder" and has entered talks with "Frankenweenie" scribe John August to adapt the pre-teen tale, which David…
Charlie Kaufman has cast Paul Reubens in his upcoming musical comedy ''Frank or Francis.''
The cast of Charlie Kaufman's sophomore feature "Frank or Francis" just got a little more interesting, as Kevin Kline is now attached to tackle not one but two supporting roles.
U.S. writer-director Charlie Kaufman receives an honorary Dragon Award at the opening Friday of the Gothenburg Film Festival, Sweden's biggest movie event.