David Arquette has jumped into the ring with Warner Bros.
Produced by Didier Creste, Yann Gilbert, Joel Leyendecker, Nicolas Vannier.
Ian McKellen, flooded with honors for his work in last year's "Gods and Monsters," will play Gandalf in New Line Cinema's trilogy "The Lord of the Rings."
Jackie Chan's most striking career adjustment to date, "Gorgeous" finds the 45-year-old action star moving away from stunt-driven material into the realm of romantic comedy in a vehicle clearly aimed…
The characters in "The Thomas Crown Affair" are cool -- too cool, in fact, for the film to develop much of a pulse. This redo of Norman Jewison's 1968 hit is an ultrasleek thriller that attempts to…
Michael Warren will reunite with Steven Bochco, for whom he starred on “Hill Street Blues,” on the writer-producer’s new series “City of Angels” for CBS. Warren will play a hospital administrator in…
Even if Vojtech Jasny weren't one of the fathers of modern Czech cinema, "Gladys," his five-years-in-the-making documentary about psychic New York centenarian Gladys St. John-Colegrove, would still…
Director Nora Ephron and John Travolta, who last collaborated on New Line's "Michael," are in talks to re-team for Paramount's romantic comedy "Numbers."
Destination, in a preemptive bid, has snatched up North American rights to first-time filmmaker Peter M. Cohen's completed pic "Whipped."
John Schlesinger has signed to direct "Two Gentlemen Sharing" for producers Hyperion Studio and Susan Landau.
Extravagant technical prowess has been channeled to negligible effect in "The Haunting," a wannabe horror classic that turns deadly dull once the sense of anxious expectation wears off. The prospect…