Disney has picked up feature rights to the graphic novel "Pet Robots" and set it up with Chris Bender and JC Spink through their Benderspink banner.
Production execs hate singling out their favorite projects, but Donna Langley will offer a few when pressed: "United 93," "Children of Men" and "Knocked Up."
With "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the seventh and final installment in the bestselling series having just hit the streets in record-setting numbers (each preceding book reached No. 1 on…
Prolific French thesp Michel Serrault, a versatile staple of stage and screen and three-time Cesar winner best known for "La Cage aux Folles," died July 29 of cancer in the Normandy town of Honfleur.
Cameron Diaz will star in "My Sister's Keeper," a Nick Cassavetes-directed adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel for New Line Cinema. Shooting will begin early next year.
Fox hit a Homer. "The Simpsons Movie" scored the third-highest opening weekend ever for an animated film, with an estimated $71.8 million domestically from 3,922 playdates, behind only the last two…
It's easy not to take Brett Ratner seriously. But there's more to this gifted helmer than meets the eye. Since his 1997 feature debut, the Chris Tucker comedy "Money Talks," the Miami-born director's…
To hear Brett Ratner tell it, he's more excited about "taking pictures" for Vanity Fair than he was to be the subject of an eight-page profile, dubbing him "the Golden Boy," in the mag's March…
Does television have too much Brett Ratner or not enough? Maybe it's both. "I think he does spread himself too thin," says Dana Walden, co-president of 20th Century Fox TV, the studio behind Ratner's…
When Ratner and "Rush Hour 3" descended on Paris to shoot key scenes around the city and a big action sequence staged on the Eiffel Tower, it was the job of Jean-Bernard Bros to make the locations…
Ratner and Tucker are both well-known perfectionists -- so do they butt heads on the set?