Universal Pictures has optioned the rights to crime thriller “On the Job,” with Baltasar Kormakur on board to write and direct and Scott Stuber on board to produce. Kormakur will also produce for his…
On the Job
Simon Andreae, Discovery Channel’s former senior VP of production and development on the West Coast, has emerged as a top contender to fill the vacancy in Fox’s alternative programming department…
Tom Sherak, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s newly appointed “film czar,” said that he was stepping into a world in which he has little experience, politics, but that he took the position because…
Nat Faxon and Jim Rash had never directed a feature before they co-helmed "The Way, Way Back." The duo were known primarily as actors — Faxon starred on Fox's "Ben and Kate," Rash on NBC's…
In his first feature directing gig, "Captain America" star Chris Evans has come on board to direct, produce and star in romancer "1:30 Train."
Actors can spend years as important cogs in a successful ensemble series, and then find themselves jobless after season upon season of security.
A gritty, convoluted but steadily engrossing crime thriller from Filipino genre maven Erik Matti.
Among the boutique labs serving the preservationists are Cinetech in Hollywood, Calif.; NT Audio Video Film Labs in Los Angeles; and Alpha Cine in Seattle. Some of these labs are thriving, but their…
Open Road Films has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to the 3D animated comedy "The Nut Job" and set a Jan. 17, 2014 as the release date.
Consistent with my habit of dispensing unsolicited advice, Jon, here is my response to your announcement that you plan to direct your first movie: Don't do it.
Thom Beers knows what men want on TV. The former actor-turned-Turner Broadcasting executive has spent more than a decade using his Original Prods. banner to create testosterone-heavy hits like…