Warner Bros. Pictures has hired Mark Burton to pen the bigscreen adaptation of James Turner's comicbook "Rex Libris," about an everyday guy who becomes part of a secret sect of librarians who battle…
International distributors Richard Lorber and David Fox have reteamed to distribute "Lost Tomb of Jesus" on DVD worldwide.
Hollywood marketing execs are searching for ways to bring practicing Christians back to movie theaters, but some of those auds never left. A growing number of churches are making themselves at home…
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Irish filmmaker Neil Jordan will adapt and direct thriller "Heart-Shaped Box" for Warner Bros. Pictures. Akiva Goldsman is producing.
Overture Films, making its first move into production, is partnering with Echo Lake Prods. on "105 Degrees and Rising," set against the backdrop of the 1975 fall of Saigon.
Randy Spendlove has been upped to prexy of music at Paramount Pictures, managing all music matters including film scoring, music supervision and soundtrack production.
Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater's dreamy meditation on turbulent teen sexuality, "Spring Awakening," leads the field with six nominations in the 22nd Lucille Lortel Awards for Off Broadway theater.
The eighth Jeonju Film Festival, South Korea's leading showcase of digital and independent film, will kick off April 26 with the world premiere of Han Seung-ryong's "Off Road."
Village Roadshow has formed a new music division, Village Roadshow Music Group, and tapped former Paramount Music chief Burt Berman as president.
New Line and Flower Films have signed Ken Kwapis ("The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants") to direct the comedy "He's Just Not That Into You."