Peter Weir is attached to direct contemporary gothic thriller "The Keep," adapting Jennifer Egan's 2006 bestseller in a film set in a mysterious medieval castle somewhere in Central Europe.
Canuck hockey pic "Goon" performed a rare feat at the local box office over the Feb. 24-26 frame, besting a handful of Hollywood debuts.
Jay Baruchel thinks it's ridiculous that he and writing partner Jesse Chabot wound up working on two sports movies back-to-back, the hockey comedy "Goon" and "Baseballissimo."
IFC Films has acquired North American and Latin American rights to Lynn Shelton's "Your Sister's Sister," which premiered in Toronto.
Doug Glatt is sweet-natured but armed with a solid punch, as is "Goon," based on the lovable true story of Doug Smith, a hockey enforcer who achieved minor-league fame.
It's been three years since Dark Horse Entertainment's last film, "Hellboy II: The Golden Army," arrived in theaters. But the studio responsible for "The Mask" and "30 Days of Night" has no shortage…
It's not a musical, it's a very naughty oratorio with full orchestra, a generous choir, four soloists, Eric Idle and his co-composer on "Monty Python's Spamalot," John Du Prez, as conductor.
Starting out as a witless rip of Bobcat Goldthwait's cult fave "Shakes the Clown," then veering toward what appears to be an earnest rape-revenge drama, writer-director Bryan Johnson's "Vulgar" is…