Nick Cassavetes has come on board New Line Cinema's drama-comedy “Honeymoon with Harry,” based on the Bart Baker novel. Mike Karz of Karz Entertainment and Josie Rosen of Gulfstream Pictures are…
After nabbing UFC fighter Ronda Rousey to star in a reboot of Patrick Swayze’s “Road House,” MGM has now found its director. Sources tell Variety that Nick Cassavetes has closed a deal to write and…
Looking ahead to her Handprint and Footprint Ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre frontcourt, Gena Rowlands quips, "I just hope I can pull myself out of the cement." But recent co-star Frank Langella…
Nick Cassavetes will direct the action-thriller “Expiration,” with production set to start in February in Europe. Belgian production company Corsan will produce along with Emmett/Furla/Oasis…
Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann make an effective team in this ungainly yet weirdly compelling revenge comedy.
“The Other Woman” director Nick Cassavetes has come on board indie Wall Street thriller “Carousel.” Producers are Richard Salvatore (“The Big Wedding”), David E. Ornston (“Blonde Ambition”), Mike…
Catalina Film Festival founder Ron Truppa realizes that it's a crowded time to be introducing a new sprocket opera into the world, but he believes the three-year-old Catalina event, which ran Sept…
It would take some woman for a man to cheat on both Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann, but Fox looks to have found that woman. Supermodel Kate Upton is in talks to play the role opposite Diaz and Mann in…
With crime pic "Cali" on hold, Nick Cassavetes has found a project to take its place, as "The Notebook" helmer has come on to direct "The Other Woman" for Fox.
A prefab cult film that compels a certain train-wreck fascination at points.
MoonQuake Films has acquired Nick Cassavetes' screenplay "Kentucky Rhapsody," which marks the company's inaugural purchase.
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