Senator Entertainment will finance and produce ensemble family drama "Fireflies in the Garden," starring Julia Roberts, Carrie-Anne Moss, Ryan Reynolds and Emily Watson.
Martin Scorsese and Initial Entertainment Group's Graham King are going after their own queen. Duo are reteaming to produce "The Young Victoria," which will chronicle the early life of the famed…
Dimension Films has acquired "Buried Alive," a horror pic from f/x maven Robert Kurtzman. Kurtzman helmed "Wes Craven's Wishmaster" and was a visual effects supervisor on genre pics including…
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"Toy Story 3" is coming in 2009, but John Lasseter won't be the director. In an unusually candid presentation from the typically tight-lipped execs, Lasseter and Disney Animation prexy Ed Catmull…
Sweden's NonStop Sales has picked up international rights for three new titles: the Swedish "Darling" and "Desmond and the Swamp Barbarian Trap," as well as the Danish "Pistoleros."
Screenwriting is about more than just words on the page. Just ask the Writers Guild of America, which this year nominated two unconventional screenplays: "Borat" and "United 93."
The Writers Guild of America isn't backing down. Despite being the current focus of showbiz anxiety about a possible strike, its leaders are unapologetic about the course they've chosen.
TV is often said to be a writer-driven medium. If that's the case, NBC's nom tally at this year's WGA Awards would suggest the net is well on the road to recovery.
Writers are known as wordsmiths, imagined as devourers of literature, but well into his adulthood, WGA Screen Laurel honoree Robert Benton was anything but.
As a producer, John Wells is associated with two of television's most adored drama series of the recent past: the long-running "ER" and recently departed "The West Wing."
Sticking to its family entertainment strategy, the Mouse House has in the works a feature spinoff of "High School Musical," the phenomenally successful telepic that aired on the Disney Channel last…