Bill Paxton is headed to Comic-Con this week to back two Arcana Comics graphic novels: “Head Smash” and “Seven Holes of Air.” The actor lent his voice this week for an online trailer that will be…
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Tom Thayer spent nearly a decade developing his first feature, "Hitchcock," which debuted last month with Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren in the roles of the famous director and his wife.
"Hitchcock" is a diverting but dramatically insipid account of how the Master of Suspense took his biggest gamble and delivered his greatest success with "Psycho."
Noah Buschel's "Sparrows Dance" has won the narrative feature award at the Austin Film Festival.
The Writers Guild of America East and the Austin Film Festival have tapped Jack Davidson as the recipient of the fest's drama screenplay award for his "Clouds of Sorrow" script.
The American Film Institute has tapped "Hitchcock" as the opening night film for the AFI Fest on Nov. 1 at the Chinese Theater as the film's world premiere.
Despite a solid production pedigree and capable if underutilized cast, translated into medical terms, "Coma" strictly receives HMO-quality treatment.
Sierra/Affinity and partner Incentive Filmed Entertainment fund will finance and produce an untitled horror project from "The Devil Inside" filmmakers, with William Brent Bell directing from a script…
Following months of negotiations, Lionsgate has closed a deal to acquire "Black Swan" scribe Mark Heyman's spec script "XOXO," an elevated genre tale set in the world of Facebook, where things aren't…
Nick Nolte, Patti LuPone and Emma Booth have rounded out the cast of action-thriller "Parker," joining Jason Statham, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Chiklis, Wendell Pierce and Clinton Collins, Jr.
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