Denzel Washington balances the scales of justice in "The Equalizer," an ultraviolent update of the 1985-89 CBS drama series.
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Escape Artists has promoted 12-year veteran David Bloomfield to partner, where he will focus on developing relationships with independent producers and financiers to expand EA's production slate.
After a lengthy search, Sony and Escape Artists have found a helmer for their Denzel Washington starrer "The Equalizer," as "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn is in early talks to tackle a feature…
Sony Pictures and Escape Artists will continue tapping the hot hand of scribe Richard Wenk ("The Equalizer"), who will rewrite He-Man pic "Masters of the Universe."
"The Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence is attached to topline the romantic drama "Ends of the Earth," an Escape Artists project that The Weinstein Company is in final negotiations to acquire.
Having established a small screen presence with his FX series "Brand X with Russell Brand," Brit comic Russell Brand is turning his attention back to features, as he's in early talks to star in Larry…
Sony Pictures Entertainment and Escape Artists are developing a bigscreen adaptation of 1980s television series "The Equalizer" with Denzel Washington attached to star.
The "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" team of Jason Segel and helmer Nicholas Stoller may reunite for Sony's "Sex Tape," a high-concept comedy written by Kate Angelo that is set up at Escape Artists.