Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American, Latin American and Eastern European rights to Mike Leigh's upcoming biopic about English artist JMW Turner. Timothy Spall will star in the untitled…
Sony Pictures Entertainment announced this morning that “Beasts of the Southern Wild” star Quvenzhane Wallis will star in their adaptation of “Annie.” “She is an extraordinary young talent with an…
Sony Pictures and Escape Artists will continue tapping the hot hand of scribe Richard Wenk ("The Equalizer"), who will rewrite He-Man pic "Masters of the Universe."
After playing a handful of cops and military operatives over his career, Bruce Willis is now ready to report to Langley.
Blanc Biehn Prods. has come onboard to produce an English-language remake of Patricio Valladares' "En las afueras de la ciudad" ("Hidden in the Woods").
CBS has found its Martin Lawrence vehicle, greenlighting a multicam comedy pilot featuring the comic as a widowed father.
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King Size Film Prods. has tapped Michael Schroeder to direct its upcoming feature "B.B. King and I," which is set to star "Treme" thesp Wendell Pierce as the legendary bluesman, and Patrick Fugit as…
An unremarkable docu about Harper Lee and her single literary masterwork, "Hey, Boo" features what the French call a "structuring absence," that of Lee herself.
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