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"Private Practice" star Benjamin Bratt has signed on to join Dwayne Johnson in Ric Roman Waugh's action thriller "Snitch."
"X-Men: First Class" visual effects supervisor John Dykstra has lined up his first feature as director, "Super Zero."
Hollywood is super-sizing its time-honored tradition of striking exclusive deals with retailers as more stores, from brick-and-motar outlets to e-tailers, line up to partner with studios for product.
Studios have gone back to the future as they develop their upcoming slates, eyeing a slew of hits from the 1980s to remake, reboot or reimagine. The irony is that "Back to the Future" isn't one of…
Howard Zieff, who helmed the features "Private Benjamin" and "Unfaithfully Yours," died Sunday in Los Angeles of complications from Parkinson's disease.
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