If the world were ending tomorrow, you'd probably want to spend your final hours with better company than the central duo in "4:44 Last Day on Earth."
Rosemarie DeWitt, John Krasinski and Olivia Thirlby are in negotiations to star in "Nobody Walks," the indie drama that Ry Russo-Young ("You Won't Miss Me") is directing from a script she co-wrote…
Here comes a new generation -- and some seasoned players -- advancing to higher-profile projects.
Emile Hirsch has signed on to star in the supernatural film "The Darkest Hour" for New Regency and Summit Entertainment.
Twentieth Century Fox is resuscitating its "Alien" franchise. The studio has hired Jon Spaihts to write a prequel that has Ridley Scott attached to return as director.
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