When director John Landis first met Don Rickles, he was just an 18-year old "go-fer, a schlepper," on the set of war comedy "Kelly's Heroes." Long before Landis directed such classics as "Animal…
UPDATED 11:34 p.m. The Costume Designers Guild Awards may come too late to influence the Oscars race, but they managed to confirm what already seems to be clear: “Birdman” is the film to beat. Albert…
Universal Studios Hollywood will celebrate the work of filmmakers Robert Rodriguez and John Landis, makeup effects artist Greg Nicotero and rock guitarist Slash at the Eyegore Awards, which kicks off…
Director John Landis first met writer-director-actor Harold Ramis in New York in the mid-1970s when he was tasked with overseeing a rewrite of what would become “Animal House.” “Harold was an…
Back in the early '70s, a 21-year-old came to producer Jack L. Harris with his first feature film, made in 12 days. The novice director had worked on more than 70 movies but this was his own and he…
Exec will oversee day-to-day scripted production for Shine, which is bowing first scripted series "The Bridge" on FX.
With nearly a dozen writing projects in development over multiple mediums and a hit movie under his belt, Max Landis is looking to tackle a new challenge: directing.
Former Los Angeles County Deputy D.A. Lea Purwin D'Agostino refuses to call what happened on the set of "Twilight Zone: The Movie" an accident.
Jake and Elwood Blues are on a new mission: finding a place in primetime.
Despite a downtrodden spec market, screenwriter Max Landis is on a hot streak.
Twentieth Century Fox has picked up Max Landis' spec script "Chronicle" for Josh Trank to helm in his feature directorial debut.