New Line Cinema has picked up "Man Scout," a spec from "Anger Management" writer David Dorfman and producer John Jacobs. High-concept comedy about a 32-year-old Boy Scout will be shepherded by New…
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New Line has tapped Shekhar Kapur to helm Bruce Willis starrer "Solace." Kapur, known for steering British historical epics such as "Elizabeth" and "The Four Feathers," starts production on the crime…
New Line has bought film rights to the upcoming book "Killing Yourself to Live: 85% a True Story," by Spin magazine senior editor Chuck Klosterman, and set it up with Karz Entertainment.
New Line has upped Lina J.C. Plath to veep of national publicity in charge of PR efforts on the East Coast for key releases.
Bruce Willis is set to star in "Solace," a New Line thriller scripted by Ted Griffin and Sean Bailey. Willis will play a doctor with psychic powers who's enlisted by the police to help catch a serial…
With Mel Brooks and Susan Stroman's "The Producers" starting production for Universal and Sony, New Line is making some bold plans to primp its own film-to-Broadway-and-back project "Hairspray."
New Line is crafting the action-comedy "Ride Along" as a starring vehicle for Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson and Ryan Reynolds. Roger Kumble has just been set to direct the film, and he will do a rewrite…
New Line Cinema unspooled "The Upside of Anger" on Thursday, just four days after the Oscar swell had calmed, and the timing was intentional, according to New Line topper Rolf Mittweg.
Mike Mulvihill has been upped to senior VP of content development at New Line Home Entertainment. Mulvihill was VP of content development at New Line, which he joined in 1994.
New Line Cinema has set Christopher Hampton to adapt Susanna Clarke's novel "Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell." Tale concerns a magician and his apprentice who use their powers in the war against…
Will Santa visit Bob Shaye and Co. again? Since "Elf" grossed a surprising $220 million worldwide, a sequel has seemed inevitable, and many in town have been buzzing recently that it was finally set…