Warner Bros. is developing an animated Scooby-Doo feature film, returning to the franchise that produced a pair of live-action/animated hybrid films a decade ago.
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After receiving praise for his scene-stealing role as Tom Buchanan in Warner Bros. "The Great Gatsby," WB is ready to stay in business with Joel Edgerton, as the actor is in negotiations to co-star…
Freedman shepherded Good Universe's co-production and distribution deal with CBS Films on the feature comedy "Last Vegas," to be released in 2013, as well as negotiating talent deals for cast, which…
At the tender age of 21, Nicolas Gonda joined Terrence Malick's "The New World" as a music supervisor and post-production coordinator. Seven years later he earned a producer credit for "To the…
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Montana Artists has signed 1st AD Dan "Laz" Lazarovits ("The Frozen Ground"), production designer Alan Bainee ("Intruders"), d.p. Cameron Duncan ("Southland") and costume designer Kim Wilcox ("Nobody…
The Austrian Film Institute, the official government funder, had $21.35 million available under its FISA film funding scheme. The good news, says AFI director Roland Teichmann, is "there's the…
Summer tentpoles "The Avengers," "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Dark Knight Rises," and bankable fall entries such as the final "Twilight" and first "Hobbit" pics have the biz looking forward to…
The latest round of pilot casting reflects the demise of projects that held great promise as recently as a year ago.
Neil Patrick Harris is close to signing a deal to direct an untitled Peter Knight CBS comedy pilot.
The pilot market is robust this year, thanks to the rebound in the economy and demand for advertising.
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