"Big Love" star Bill Paxton is in negotiations to direct "Kung Fu," Legendary Pictures' feature adaptation of the popular David Carradine series that will be written by "Black Swan" scribe John…
All entry forms and supporting materials for animated feature films must be submitted to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences no later than 5 p.m. tomorrow in order to qualify for the 84th…
Rhombus Media has set up the thriller "Antiviral," tapping Caleb Landry Jones to star.
Director Chris Weitz, whose immigration drama "A Better Life" just had an awards-season-timed DVD launch last week, will receive a Hamilton Behind the Camera award at a Sunday ceremony, and it will…
Wrekin Hill Entertainment has, with NECA Films, picked up U.S. rights to "Stuck Between Stations," the indie romance that preemed at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year.
The post-Carl Icahn shift at Lionsgate has yielded a notable boost to the company's stock, which has gained 17% since the billionaire investor thinned his holding to about 1%.
Gotham Group has acquired feature rights to Cory Whaley's thriller "Where Things Come Back" with Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Lindsay Williams and Eddie Gamarra producing.
The Sundance Institute has announced the artists and installations to be featured Sundance Film Fest's New Frontier creative space. This year's exhibit, entitled "Future Normal," showcases multimedia…
With Andrew Niccol's "In Time" hitting theaters over the weekend and the beginning of the end in sight for Stephenie Meyer's "The Twilight Saga," the writer-director and bestselling author are…
The Indomina Group is reviving the "Cabin Fever" franchise and plans to produce and distribute at least two more feature films.
This time last year, "Like Crazy" director Drake Doremus says he was rushing to finish his intimate long-distance love story for Sundance and was completely broke. The difference between then and now…