Warner Bros. has acquired film rights to the Alexis Nolent graphic novel "Cyclops" and will develop it as a feature vehicle for helmer James Mangold.
Walt Disney Pictures has set Steven Antin to write and direct an untitled music-driven project that Scott Sanders will produce under his first-look deal at the studio.
TBS's love affair with Tyler Perry continues to smolder, ignited by its deal with Lionsgate to pre-buy Perry's "Meet the Browns," which opens in theaters Friday.
Alex Schwartz has been named head of development at DreamWorks Animation, filling the position vacated by Kristine Belson.
Gerard Butler, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel and Christopher Mintz-Plasse will voice "How to Train Your Dragon" for DreamWorks Animation.
When it came time to shoot the first season of "One Tree Hill," WB execs thought they'd follow the small-town location formula that had saved big bucks on "Dawson's Creek." So, they contacted the…
Celestial Pictures will soon release 1984 romantic-comedy "Behind the Yellow Line" on Blu-Ray DVD, its first title on the high-definition format.
I always knew the Rutles would last. It wasn't just the trousers. It was the whole package. It was obvious to anyone who looked.
Alan Parker, Christopher Hampton, Marjane Satrapi and Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano brought some international cachet to the seventh Intl. Cinema and Literature Forum in Monaco March 6-8.
It's all here: The highs, the lows, the triumphs and tragedies -- and, of course, the trousers. Even 30 years on, Rutles docu "All You Need Is Cash" endures as an insightful, breezily paced pic that…
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