Remakes of a trio of the most successful Jerry Lewis comedies from his heyday during the '60s -- "The Bellboy," "Cinderfella" and "The Family Jewels" -- are headed for the bigscreen.
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…
Gather 'round, kids, and I'll tell you the story of "How I Met Your Russian Mother."
DreamWorks this month firmed plans for Steve Carell to star in "Dinner for Schmucks," an adaptation of the French comedy "Le Diner de Cons" -- six years after first announcing the project.
MTV is doing the time warp on a remake of 1975 cult classic "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
Evolution Entertainment's horror division Twisted Pictures has formed a joint venture with RKO Pictures and plans to remake four genre pics from the RKO library.
Remakes and, to a lesser extent, horror seem to be the product working best at what seems a particularly slow AFM. "Remakes are really the buzzword at AFM. Remakes out of Asian markets are really hot…
Some of the most famous drive-in movies of the '50s are coming back -- but this time you won't need a drive-in, just cable.
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