J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Prods. has struck a deal with the estate of Rod Serling to develop an event series based on an unproduced screenplay by the renowned scribe and "Twilight Zone" host.
Donald E. Westlake
Director Taylor Hackford has fashioned the 50-year-old Parker franchise into a neat-fitting outfit for Jason Statham.
The label "family film" doesn't quite stick to "The Stepfather."
Taking prolific novelist Donald Westlake's story of a sailor rediscovering his ex-wife, helmer-scribe Laurence Ferreira Barbosa ("Modern Life") crafts a pleasant character study that seeks to answer…
Playwright and screenwriter Doug Wright has inked to adapt Donald E. Westlake's comedy crime novel "Bad News" for Phoenix Pictures.
With a potentially boomeranging title like "What's The Worst That Could Happen?'' a comic movie had better be playing its skillful best. In fact, the title is one of the few significant elements that…
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