Ted Field’s Radar Pictures is developing a movie about the Chicago Cubs winning the 2016 World Series — their first in 108 years — with the team and its recently-retired catcher David Ross. Radar has…
Radar Pictures has acquired the feature film and television rights to Allison Pataki’s novel “The Traitor’s Wife: The Woman Behind Benedict Arnold and the Plan to Betray America,” Variety has learned…
After more than three decades of producing movies, Ted Field is expanding his Radar Pictures into the micro-budget arena by tapping veteran producer-director-teacher Paul Kampf as a partner, Variety…
Radar Pictures has closed a deal for “300” writer Michael B. Gordon to script “Leftraro,” based on the 1553 battle in which Chilean natives defeated the Spanish conquistadors. Based on a story by…
Radar Pictures has come on board to produce writer-director Cameron Romero's “Origins,” the genesis story of his father's iconic "Night of the Living Dead.” Production is planned for later this year…
Roger Donaldson (“The November Man”) has come on to direct an adaptation of the iconic World War I novel “All Quiet on the Western Front.” Donaldson will direct from a script by Ian Stokell and…
From its booth at the Riviera, IM Global is shopping mob biopic “Gotti” with Anthony Hopkins set to join the cast. John Travolta and Kelly Preston already star in the pic, which focuses on the teflon…
Annapurna Pictures has purchased the U.S distribution rights to Harmony Korine's "Spring Breakers," starring James Franco.
Radar Pictures has come onboard to produce horror-thriller "Spell," from the writing team of Ari Margolis and James Morley III.
When "The Raid" nabbed the People's Choice Award in the Midnight Madness section in Toronto earlier this year, it marked a turning point for XYZ Films.
Paul Iacono ("The Hard Times of R.J. Berger") will star opposite Jessica Szhor in teen comedy "Owned," produced by Radar Pictures and Dobré Films.
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