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Producer Michael Benaroya ("Margin Call") has come on board to finance post-apocalyptic thriller "Z for Zachariah," shooting in November and starring Chris Pine, Amanda Seyfried and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
J Blakeson is in talks to direct Sony’s sci-fi pic “The Fifth Wave,” which Graham King and Tobey Maguire are producing. Based on the Rick Yancey novel of the same name, the film follows a girl…
"Looney Tunes" animator Abe Levitow's heirs are making sure that his work will be viewed by generations by donating his collection to the Academy. The Abe and Charlotte Levitow Collection, featuring…
Mythology Entertainment, launched in late 2011 by Brad Fischer, James Vanderbilt and Laeta Kalogridis, will debut its first movie, Roland Emmerich's "White House Down," this month during one of the…
Rithy Panh's sobering chronicle of his years under the Pol Pot dictatorship raises fascinating and problematic questions of representation.
With his movie only days away from bowing, “Star Trek Into Darkness” star Chris Pine looks to have found his next project as he, Amanda Seyfried and Chiwetel Ejiofor are set to star in the indie “Z…
He's the honcho of a department that edits hundreds of films each year for broadcast on TV and airlines, re-cutting films to address time constraints and Standards & Practices issues, all while…
Tobey Maguire's production banner Material Pictures has secured independent financing by partnering with Richard Weinberg to expand the production company.
Tobey Maguire is turning to "Cardboard" with some help from Fox Animation, WedgeWorks and graphic novelist Doug TenNapel.
After immersing himself in all sorts of battlefields onscreen, Ed Zwick is looking to tackle one of the greatest chess battles of all time.
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