Warner Bros. and Chernin Entertainment look to have all engines running for “Gumball 3000,” their pic revolving around the famous race. Trey Kollmer and John Blickstead have come on to pen the script…
Fox has picked up rights to the Image comicbook “Who Is Jake Ellis?” with David Yates attached to direct. Chernin Entertainment is producing. Story follows a former CIA analyst and mercenary spy on…
Australian billionaire James Packer, who recently teamed with Dune Entertainment to finance 75 movies for Warner Bros., says that RatPac Entertainment, his other venture with Brett Ratner, may also…
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Bestselling author Tom Clancy, whose political thrillers spawned films such as “The Hunt for Red October” and “Patriot Games,” sold more than 50 million books overall and became a multimedia brand…
Apple has hired longtime cable engineering exec Jean-François Mulé — whose background includes developing TV apps and Internet voice and video technologies — to do… something. Mulé, previously senior…
Two middle-aged family men begin a life of crime in first-time Spanish director Alejandro Marzoa's nicely understated black comedy.
Fox Intl. Channels (FIC) is set to team up Keshet Intl., the outfit behind “Homeland,” on the U.S. adaptation of Keshet's psychological spy thriller skein “False Flag” (“Shkufim”) with “Parkland”…
Warner Bros. and Chernin Entertainment are revving up for the starting line as the two are teaming to develop a film that revolves around the famous British Gumball 3000 race. Chernin Entertainment…
Even die-hard fans of distinctive Turkish auteur Reha Erdem may find their patience stretched by this ponderous island-set tale.
"Secondhand Lions," the 2003 New Line Cinema pic that inspired the stage musical now getting its world premiere from Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater, got knocked by critics for being schmaltzy and a…
German photojournalist Sven Zellner spent four years living among Mongolian nomads, generating a scrappy portrait of a half dozen renegade gold-diggers in "Price of Gold."