CLAIM TO FAME Israeli-born Moran Atias became known to U.S. auds as Inez in Paul Haggis' 2008 series "Crash" on Starz. She also teamed with Haggis on 2010 thriller "The Next Three Days." INNER FIRE…
The Next Three Days
Oscar winner Paul Haggis isn’t pulling his punches about the anticipated reaction to his romancer “Third Person,” which premiered Monday night at the Toronto Film Festival. “People are going to…
Can “The Butler” do it again? Despite three wide releases entering the market, the Weinstein Co.’s holdover “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” looks to claim its second box office victory, after a solid $24…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Walt Disney Co. chairman and CEO Bob Iger kicked off the D23 Expo on Friday with a nod to Walt Disney: “Animation will always be the heart of Disney,” he told thousands inside the Anaheim Convention…
Offering sneak peaks at the next installments of “X-Men” and “Planet of the Apes,” 20th Century Fox chairman Jim Gianopulos hailed the studio’s upcoming production slate – including the next three…
This is a guest column from Brent Weinstein (@brentweinstein), head of digital media at UTA. In 1970, 300 fans gathered in the basement of a San Diego hotel to discuss and trade their favorite comic…
Fox International Prods. is saying “Mea Culpa,” acquiring distribution rights for the Latin America, Germany and the United States on director Fred Cavaye’s thriller. Fox announced the deal on the…
Working Title is teaming with Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson's Leverage banner to remake Fred Cavaye's hit French action thriller "Point Blank."
LONDON -- Mila Kunis, Casey Affleck and James Franco are set to join Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde in the leads of Paul Haggis' romantic drama "Third Person," Haggis confirmed to Variety Wednesday.
'This isn't your ordinary music competition,' host Allison Hagendorf says. But that's exactly what this CW summer fill-in is.
CBS Films has tapped "Hercules" scribe Ryan Condal to rewrite actioner "Cell 211," CBS Films' remake of the gritty Spanish-language "Cielda 211" that Paul Haggis and Michael Nozik will produce.