WWE star David Bautista and UFC champ Georges St. Pierre climb into the arena for the reboot of 1989 "Kickboxer." Stunt man and martial artist Alain Moussi makes his debut as leading man in the film…
New work from hot downtown troupes Elevator Repair Service, the Debate Society and Nature Theater of Oklahoma are on tap for the Public Theater's annual Under the Radar festival.
Radar Pictures has come onboard to produce horror-thriller "Spell," from the writing team of Ari Margolis and James Morley III.
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The Maze Runner
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A Walk Among the Tombstones
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This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
Radar Pictures is launching sci-fi thriller "A Better World," with Mark Palansky attached to direct the original script by Josh LeBlanc.
Radar Pictures is taking the plunge into "Heart of Darkness," tapping Peter Cornwell ("The Haunting in Connecticut") to direct an adaptation of Joseph Conrad's novel as a spacebound sci-fi pic.
For work that fits the traditional definition of "commercial theater," avoid the Under the Radar festival at all costs.
Fox's latest round of pilot pickups includes a comedy about a mall cop, a CIA-themed laffer from Ben Stiller and a drama centered on a schizophrenic brain surgeon.
Radar has zeroed in on the money. Ted Field's Radar Pictures has set up its own independent financing structure to co-finance 25 studio films with budgets around $20 million during the next five…
With two pics already in production -- "The Amityville Horror" remake at MGM and "Zathura" at Columbia Pictures -- Radar Pictures' slate is continuing to heat up with an eclectic slew of projects…
Radar Pictures CEO Ted Field and sports entrepreneur A. Demetrius (Tony) Brown have entered into a partnership to develop and produce urban and Latin projects.