Working Title Films and Kris Thykier's Peapie Films have acquired film rights to Andy Mulligan's crossover novel "Trash" for Richard Curtis to adapt and Stephen Daldry to direct.
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Working Title Films has put in motion a remake of the Icelandic thriller "Reykjavik-Rotterdam" as a potential star vehicle for Mark Wahlberg.
Working Title Films has promoted Evan Hayes to senior VP of development. Hayes has been with the company since 2002.
"Borat" screenwriter Dan Mazer and "History Boys" producer Damian Jones have struck a deal with Working Title Films to make a comedy movie about the Eurovision Song Contest.
Having joined Working Title 13 years ago as Eric Fellner's assistant, Wharton went on to become a development exec and eventually headed the outfit's low-budget division WT2, overseeing offbeat…
The first movie Livingstone helped to market for Working Title was "Romeo Is Bleeding" in 1993, one of WT's most forgettable flops.
Working Title Films is planning to revisit the Swinging Sixties with a lavish adaptation of Richard Neville's memoir "Hippie Hippie Shake."
Working Title Films has announced plans to produce “Critical,” a $15 million thriller set in the U.K., based on an original idea by novelist Fay Weldon. The project, to be fully financed by Working…
Working Title Films brought $750,000 to the “Party of Four” last week and went home with Tracey Jackson's comedy spec script, ending a bidding war that went through the weekend. The acquisition marks…
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