Dominic Sena, whose credits include “Gone in Sixty Seconds” and “Swordfish,” will direct the action-drama “Johnny Two-Guns,” Variety has learned exclusively. Green-Light International is fully…
LYON – What will be Pedro Almódovar's next film? Answer: It's a remake of a French classic, 1895's "Employees Leaving the Lumière Factory," and Almódovar shot it Saturday in France's Lyon. Credited…
Director John McTiernan has been released after serving nearly a year in a minimum security federal prison for his role in the Anthony Pellicano wiretapping scandal. Meanwhile, after the 9th Circuit…
John McTiernan has signed to direct Hannibal Classics' action project "Red Squad" following his expected release later this month from federal prison in North Dakota. McTiernan — whose credits…
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The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has denied director John McTiernan's effort to win a reprieve from a 12-month prison sentence for his role in the Anthony Pellicano wiretapping scandal.
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A federal judge sentenced director John McTiernan to 12 months in prison for his role in the Anthony Pellicano wiretapping scandal.
John McTiernan has inked a deal to direct action thriller "Shrapnel" for Belgian production and financing company Corsan and L.A.-based FilmEngine.
Director John McTiernan has been sentenced to four months in federal prison for lying to the FBI about hiring disgraced private eye Anthony Pellicano to illegally wiretap producer Charles Roven.
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