Sony Pictures and MRC will co-finance the first installment in Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” book series, sources confirm to Variety. The first book, “The Gunslinger,” has already been adapted by…
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CBS was understandably giddy when "Under the Dome" opened to eye-opening ratings, and proceeded to hold on well. Not only had the network taken a big swing outside its wheelhouse, but it scored a…
Adam Fogelson’s forced departure as chairman of Universal Pictures and Jeff Shell’s arrival as its new movie chief sends a strong signal that media congloms today are just as concerned with the “big…
Ben Affleck is no longer directing a feature version of Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel "The Stand" for Warner Bros. and CBS Films with “Crazy Heart” director Scott Cooper on board to helm and…
If Imagine Entertainment wants to get "The Dark Tower" made, it needs a Mark Ordesky.
The ambitious journey of Stephen King's "The Dark Tower" seven-book series to the bigscreen and TV has hit another setback, as Warner Bros., which had been in talks to take it on after Universal let…
"Battleship" has sailed into a headwind of negative perception since the project was announced in 2009: It took forever to greenlight, it's based on a boardgame with no narrative, it lacks bankable…
"Tower Heist" helmer Brett Ratner and Sony are nearing a deal to bring a feature chronicling the rise of MTV to the big screen.
Warner Bros.' live-action "Akira" remake has hit another speed-bump on its long road to starting production.
Film financiers and bizzers can agree on one thing nowadays: Getting project money is harder than it was in 2005, easier than 2008, and may get better in the future.