New Line is shelling out $5 million-$7 million for North American and Italian rights to a toned-down, modern refiguring of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."
Stan Zimmerman and Jim Berg have sold their youth action-comedy pitch "Cops & Robbers" to Walt Disney Pictures, with Mike Mitchell ("Deuce Bigalow") attached to direct and Immortal Entertainment to…
In a happy ending suitable for a Dr. Seuss book, Mike Myers is set to play the stovetop hat-wearing title character in "The Cat in the Hat," a live-action version of the Seuss classic, which has been…
On the heels of new data showing a surge in movie marketing costs, a panel of studio marketing chiefs convened at ShoWest on Wednesday to assess the effectiveness of all that spending.
Universal Pictures-based producer Laura Bickford has acquired Tatiana Blackington's "Mata Hari," an original script on the life of the notorious spy and courtesan, to develop at U.
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Producer Jeremy Thomas and his sales company HanWay have stepped in to rescue "Cromwell and Fairfax," the $21 million historical drama that collapsed three weeks into production.
In what amounts to an unprecedented level of security for the Academy Awards, to be held March 24, many streets and sidewalks near the Kodak Theater at Hollywood & Highland will be closed for 10 days…
Jacob and Josh Kornbluth's "The Best Thief in the World" and Tatia Rosenthal and Etgar Keret's "$9.99" are co-recipients of the 2002 Producers Club of Maryland Fellowship.
Cameron Diaz has been tapped to present at the 74th Academy Awards.
Hot off the New Line Cinema hit "John Q.," Nick Cassavetes is set to helm another pic for the studio with the long-gestating but finally fast-tracked drama "The Notebook."