Sony Classics has released the first trailer for Julianne Moore's drama "Still Alice," five weeks before its wide release. Moore portrays a linguistics professor who's diagnosed with early onset…
Kirsten Dunst is on board Warner Bros.' science-fiction drama "Midnight Special" opposite Michael Shannon and Joel Edgerton.
LOCARNO — Paris-based sales-production company UDI, which is repping Diego and Daniel Vega's Locarno fest competition player "El Mudo," has sold Brazilian Marcelo Gomes' "Once Upon a Time Veronica"…
After briefly looking at other writers to pen the next installment, Paramount has gone back to Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci to write the next “Star Trek” movie. J.J. Abrams is in negotiations to…
Jon Cowan has signed a two-year overall deal with Twentieth Century Fox TV. Deal with the “Crossing Jordan” and “Private Practice” alum includes a blind script deal with Fox that will lead into his…
The Weinstein Company has picked up U.S. rights for “Carol,” which Todd Haynes will helm. Phyllis Nagy's adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel will star Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska. Pic is…
For the past four years, the studios have let the blockbusters play themselves out in May, June and July, reserving the first or second weekend in August for femme-targeted pix like "The Help" and…
Page 73 Prods., the legit company that focuses on early-career playwrights, has tapped Caroline V. McGraw as its 10th annual P73 Playwriting Fellow.
This fascinating slice of film history could have a life on cable and in home formats once rights issues pertaining to the material excerpted are resolved. Further fest play is guaranteed.
A classic novel's long journey to the bigscreen comes to a gratifying but not exactly triumphant end with "On the Road."
The journey to bring "On the Road" to the bigscreen has taken so many twists and turns and stops and starts that comparing the effort to the cross-country treks depicted in Jack Kerouac's seminal…