“Sex and the City” alum Jenny Bicks has signed on to adapt the French comedy “Hard” for HBO and Fox 21. Stephen McPherson is shepherding the comedy with Bicks. He optioned the rights to the Canal…
Orlando Bloom said it best, just after his opening night performance Sept. 19 in the Broadway revival of “Romeo and Juliet.” “It’s really hard not to sound pretentious when you’re talking about…
“Tropic Thunder” scribe Etan Cohen is on board to direct “Get Hard” starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. Ferrell is also producing through his Gary Sanchez banner. Pic follows a wealthy investment…
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John Moore, director of "A Good Day to Die Hard," has come on board Africa-set action project "The Englishman" with Foresight Unlimited and Envision Entertainment producing and financing.
“Hard Knocks” is staying put on HBO. NFL Films and HBO Sports announced Thursday that they have reached agreement on a long-term extension of the “Hard Knocks” franchise. The first-ever sports…
Brett Ratner — the producer-director who famously had to resign as Oscar host after making an anti-gay slur — apparently isn’t holding any grudges as he has donated $1 million to the Academy Museum…
The cast continues to grow for Summit's "Divergent" as "A Good Day To Die Hard" star Jai Courtney has joined the cast.
It was more of a presidential weekend overseas than at home for Fox's "A Good Day to Die Hard," while Stateside auds showed lots of love for Relativity Media's Nicholas Sparks romance-thriller "Safe…
Holiday Box Office: ‘Die Hard’ limps to top spot with $38.7 mil; ‘Save Haven’ surprises with $34 mil
While Presidents Day weekend box office wasn't the expected blowout, down 10% from last year, the long holiday weekend, which began Valentine's Day for some pics, delivered enough date-night movie…
A pair of Valentine's Day heartthrobs -- Relativity Media's "Safe Haven" and Fox's "A Good Day to Die Hard" -- courted different demos Friday to the same tune of $7.2 million.
Russia needs its own John McClane movie the way Uncle Sam needs a bright red babushka, and this subpar sequel feels suspiciously like someone tried to plug McClane into a preexisting, Moscow-set…