Vinnie Jones, Michael Matthias, Michael Madsen, DMX and Armand Assante are set to star in "The Bleeding," a horror actioner from Indifferent Entertainment.
Regal Cinemas will double the number of Imax theaters it operates by 2010, inking a deal with the large-format theater chain to build 31 additional screens.
Production begins today in Philadelphiaon "The Dream of the Romans," an ensemble romantic comedy that stars Jeff Daniels, Lauren Graham, Lou Taylor Pucci, Olivia Thirlby and Kat Dennings. Pic marks…
Paramount Vantage has optioned the Sudhir Venkatesh book "Gang Leader for a Day" and set Craig Brewer to direct and "Sopranos" scribe Michael Caleo to write the script.
James Gandolfini will go from Jersey don to Gotham mayor.
DreamWorks has pre-emptively purchased Lars Jacobson's "C.O.D." action-thriller spec and set it up with Barry Josephson of Josephson Entertainment and Neal Flaherty of Royal Prospect.
Mike McClellan has been upped to senior VP and head film buyer at Landmark Theaters, the country's largest specialty film exhib.
Starz Media is jumping into "Dead Space" with Electronic Arts, pacting to make an animated feature tied into the sci-fi horror vidgame launching this fall.
The cavemen of "10,000 BC" hunted down the top spot at the international box office during a robust Easter weekend with $28.2 million at 7,400 playdates in 62 markets.
Brad Ingelsby began last week as a 27-year-old AFI grad living with his parents in Pennsylvania and working for his father's insurance business.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has tapped nine award recipients for the org's first Television Academy Honors.