Less than 24 hours after Paramount made major changes to its release calendar, 20th Century Fox has rearranged its sked so as to take advantage of two vacancies.
Paramount Pictures has promoted Adam Kassan to veep of its film group.
Paul Bettany is set to star in "Legion," a Screen Gems thriller that marks the feature directorial debut of Scott Stewart. Stewart wrote the script with Peter Schink.
Sam Worthington will star in "Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins."
Rogue Pictures has made deals that put the Focus Features genre arm in business with two horror icons.
For their next collaboration, the "No Country for Old Men" team of Joel and Ethan Coen and producer Scott Rudin will transfer another Pulitzer Prize-winning author's work into a film.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to helmer Nikita Mikhalkov's courtroom drama "12," a loose adaptation of Sidney Lumet's 1957 morality tale "12 Angry Men."
The Tolkien Trust (a British charity that manages the estate of J.R.R. Tolkien) and publisher HarperCollins brought a $150 million lawsuit against New Line Cinema on Monday, claiming the trust has…
Ellen Page is set to topline "Drag Me to Hell," a horror film that Sam Raimi will direct as his next film.
While the U.S. wrestles with the threat of its economy going into recession, it seems you can barely go a week without hearing of yet another billion-dollar deal inked between a U.S. studio and a…
If the maxim that you can't please all the people all the time generally holds true, then the team behind the German government's Federal Film Fund (DFFF) are doing their best to disprove it.