Following the back-to-back box office failures of "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" and "Jack the Giant Killer," New Line Cinema is looking to rebound with a film that at first blush would seem to…
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New Line has tapped veteran TV director Beth McCarthy-Miller to helm "Mean Moms" -- the first major development for Warner Bros. since Monday's departure of Jeff Robinov as president.
New Line is taking a vacation from “Vacation,” delaying plans for its remake due to unspecified creative differences. Studio had been in pre-production with a July start date in Atlanta for the…
After a complex legal and artistic process, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" will hit the screens within 24 hours, and it raises two questions: The first is not whether it will be a hit, but how…
New Line is looking for love, hiring the scripting team of Emily Cook & Kathy Greenberg to write an ensemble romantic comedy titled "The Gaggle."
Execs ousted in 2008 New Line Cinema retrenchment have gone back to their roots.
Nick Cassavetes has sued New Line for fraud and breach of contract after he was fired from directing the elephant orphanage drama "Peaceable Kingdom."
New Line has bought femme comedy pitch "What Was I Thinking?" with Leslie Mann and Elizabeth Banks attached to star and Lynda Obst producing.
Nick Cassavetes has signed on to helm the conservation-themed drama "Peaceable Kingdom" for New Line.
New Line Cinema is playing ball with Jim Carrey and Jake Gyllenhaal on "Damn Yankees," attaching both actors to star in a contemporized film transfer of the classic musical.
New Line Cinema has optioned "How to Be Single," a Liz Tuccillo novel about modern dating and relationships that will be produced by Flower Films partners Nancy Juvonen and Drew Barrymore.