Nicole Holofcener first met her muse Catherine Keener - who has starred in every film Holofcener has directed - at the gym. When you ask them for more details, the story begins to sound like dialogue…
Paul McCartney's children’s book “High in the Clouds” is being developed as an animated movie with former New Line toppers Michael Lynne and Bob Shaye producing through their Unique Features banner…
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LONDON — Mister Smith Entertainment is to introduce "The Mortal Instruments: City of Ashes," the sequel to the upcoming "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," to buyers at Cannes next week. "City…
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Jamie Campbell Bower, the 22-year-old British thesp best known for his roles in the "Twilight" and "Harry Potter" franchises, has graduated from supporting player to leading man, as Screen Gems has…
David Milch is heading into "Heavy Rain," signing to adapt the noir-style videogame with Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne producing through their Unique Features banner.
Robert Shaye and Michael Lynne's Unique Features have pushed forward development of an untitled biopic about New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott.
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Screen Gems is developing bestselling book series "The Mortal Instruments" into a possible film franchise, starting with the series' first installment "City of Bones."
Former New Line toppers Michael Lynne and Bob Shaye are moving ahead on supernatural romance "Shiver."
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