Basil Iwanyk, best known for action projects like “The Town” and “Clash of the Titans,” is heading into R-rated comedy. Iwanyk's Thunder Road banner is developing “Before We Do” from the script by…
TORONTO — Shanghai-based Fundamental Films is to co-produce a slate of English-language themed movies. It will kick off with “China Black Chamber” and follow that with others it has set up with Luc…
For the second time, Warner Bros. has delayed fantasy action film "The Seventh Son," which stars Jeff Bridges, Ben Barnes, Julianne Moore and Alicia Vikander.
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The Maze Runner
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A Walk Among the Tombstones
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This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
With its “Hunger Games” franchise leading the way, Lionsgate has sold more than $250 million in territorial rights to nine titles at Cannes. The slate was led by the two “Mockingjay” titles, which…
Cutting Edge Group and Basil Iwanyk's Thunder Road have reached slate financing deal under which CEG will advance funds for Thunder Road to develop upcoming projects. Deal was announced Friday at…
Cutting Edge Group, which has invested in more than 200 films, is forming the Cutting Edge Originals banner to develop and produce music-themed feature films. "Cutting Edge Originals is about great…
Thunder Road Pictures is gearing up to scale "Matterhorn," developing the feature based on Karl Marlantes' Vietnam War novel and setting it up with Matt Cook to write and direct.
Paramount Pictures has tapped Chris Boal to rewrite "Old Man's War," an adaptation of John Scalzi's sci-fi novel that Wolfgang Petersen is attached to direct and produce alongside Scott Stuber of…
Universal Pictures is looking to stay in business with "Contraband" scribe Aaron Guzikowski, who is in negotiations to rewrite the studio's long-gestating adaptation of "Moby Dick" with the aim of…
Warner Bros. has moved fantasy actioner "The Seventh Son" back eight months from Feb. 15, 2013, to Oct. 18, 2013.