HBO has given a pilot production commitment to Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TV for a series adaptation of the 1973 Yul Brynner cult classic “Westworld,” to be written and helmed by Jonathan Nolan…
It's eminently entertaining, if not initially quite worthy of a spot alongside TV's velvet-roped A-list.
A question mark was hanging over the future of U.K. distrib Revolver Entertainment Monday after it emerged that rival Metrodome had acquired all rights in the territory to thriller "The Liability," a…
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Quentin Tarantino rides to the Weinsteins' rescue, delivering a bloody hilarious (and hilariously bloody) Christmas counter-programmer, which Sony will unleash abroad.
Screenwriter S. Craig Zahler ("The Brigands of Rattleborge") is set to make his feature directorial debut with Caliber Media Co.'s horror Western "Bone Tomahawk," which will star Kurt Russell, Peter…
Though founded as an innovative marketing and distribution entity, Revolver has been firing on production side as well, ever since its inhouse production arm, Gunslinger, launched in 2009. In less…
Following recent hits "Shank" and "Anuvahood," British urban-drama assembly-line shingle Gunslinger puts a femme spin on the genre with girl-gang drama "Sket."
Revolver Entertainment's production arm Gunslinger is set to make a biopic of notorious Brit bare-knuckle fighter Lenny ''The Guv'nor'' McLean.
New Regency has tapped "300" scribe Kurt Johnstad to write a new draft of "The Gunslinger," the story of a former Texas ranger seeking vengeance for the murder of his brother.
Newly minted WR Films Entertainment Group is aiming to reimagine the Western with time-shifting gunslinger Morgan Kane.
Pic should connect with indulgent young target auds locally, especially on ancillary, but internationally, the answer to its characters' oft-posed refrain "Ya get me?" will mostly be "No."