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.
The Dark Tower
Universal has officially placed ambitious multiplatform franchise "The Dark Tower" in turnaround.
Fox is tossing its hat in the crowded Frankenstein ring, as "Chronicle" scribe Max Landis is writing on a screenplay based on the classic monster tale for the studio.
Following his performance in "Howl" with what may only be chapter two of "James Franco's Lives of the Poets," the polymath actor-academic tackles the life of Hart Crane, the influential American…
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Universal's "Dark Tower" movie trilogy and interlocking TV series, seen as a hugely ambitious project from the start, may wind up being too big for the studio's appetite.
The hunt for the new face of Universal's Bourne franchise is heating up.
Warner Bros. and CBS Films are teaming on a feature version of Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel "The Stand."
Even with the economy rebounding, the majors are scrambling as never before to adjust to a fast-changing environment.
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Universal's getting deeply into Stephen King's "The Dark Tower," announcing an ambitious -- and daunting -- plan to produce three films and a TV series based on Stephen King's "The Dark Tower."