Disney's homevid titles will get time on more than 13,400 bigscreens under a pact with National CineMedia.
"Portal," the highly acclaimed puzzler that publisher-developer Valve released as part of its "Orange Box" compilation, was named game of the year at the Game Developers Choice Awards on Wednesday.
"Blades of Glory" helmers Will Speck and Josh Gordon are attached to direct the comedy "I Want to ______ Your Sister" for Paramount Pictures.
Columbia Pictures has acquired the rights to indie comicbook "The Boys" and will develop a feature adaptation along with producer Neal H. Moritz and his Sony-based Original Film banner.
With the writers strike resolved, Disney is the latest studio to rejigger and give more shape to its release calendar through 2009 and the early part of 2010.
David Fincher is attached to direct "Black Hole" for Paramount Pictures and MTV Films. Plan B and producer Kevin Messick are developing the project that's based on Charles Burns' graphic novel.
Warner Bros. will turn anime artist Katsuhiro Otomo's six-volume graphic novel "Akira" into two live-action feature films, the first of which is being fast tracked for release in summer 2009…
Diehard HD DVD backer Universal quickly threw its support behind Blu-ray on Tuesday in the wake of Toshiba's pullout from the rival high-def format earlier in the day in Japan.
Twentieth Century Fox has added three more superheroes to "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," with Ryan Reynolds set to play Deadpool, "Friday Night Lights" regular Taylor Kitsch to star as Gambit and…
This was a traumatic week in Hollywood: People actually had to get back to work.
The first official film market of the year, Berlin's expanded European Film Market, boasted record attendance but sales were lukewarm, due to a lack of hot product.