NBC is developing a series based on this summer’s book “The Curve: A Novel,” Variety has learned exclusively. Based on “The Curve: A Novel” by Jeremy Blachman and Cameron Stracher, which was…
A college baseball player turned filmmaker has filed suit against Warner Bros., the Gersh Agency, United Talent Agency, Malpaso Prods., screenwriter Don Handfield, director Robert Lorenz and several…
Warner Bros. and Chernin Entertainment are revving up for the starting line as the two are teaming to develop a film that revolves around the famous British Gumball 3000 race. Chernin Entertainment…
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Continuing a healthy relationship that has already produced one hit with “The Purge,” Universal Pictures has come on to the Blumhouse production “Curve” starring Julianne Hough. “The Skeleton Key”…
Walt Disney is preparing to eliminate approximately 175 positions at its Disney/ ABC Television Group, according to a person familiar with the situation, the latest in a string of cutbacks across its…
Forgive Bob Wright for feeling a sense of deja vu lately, inasmuch as recent headlines surrounding network television appear to keep recycling issues he faced during his 20-year tenure as president…
Just as major leaguers were about to start their season, Clint Eastwood's producing partner Robert Lorenz started shooting his debut feature, "Trouble With the Curve," in Georgia.
The losing streak at the domestic box office is sliding into a fourth straight weekend.
A defiantly analog rejoinder to last year's tech-savvy baseball drama, "Moneyball," Robert Lorenz's square but sturdy directing debut rests on the wonderfully spiky chemistry between Eastwood and Amy…
The Tokyo Film Festival has selected Warner Bros.' "The Trouble with the Curve" as its closing night film.
Warner Bros. has moved Clint Eastwood's next film, "Trouble With the Curve," up a week to Sept. 21.