Doug Reinart has been tapped as exec VP of worldwide operations for Paramount Home Entertainment.
Nicely judged effort, whose low-key tenor downplays the story's potentially lachrymose or melodramatic elements.
Helmer Mans Herngren has started production on an untitled comedy about synchronized swimming.
Summit Entertainment has acquired screen rights to Ben Mezrich's novel "Rigged."
Warner Bros. and Legendary have lined up Kevin Lima ("Enchanted") to direct "Spook's Apprentice," a project Tim Burton and Johnny Depp once eyed as a reteaming venture.
Paramount Pictures is in negotiations with Sam Raimi to spearhead a franchise revival of Jack Ryan, the Tom Clancy-created CIA analyst character who drove four hit movies for the studio.
Michigan has mustered the legislative muscle to enact stronger film incentives with the expected passage of a 16-bill bipartisan package.
"Summer Hours" is a salutory reminder that some of this writer-director's best work comes in modest packages.
The hip-hop culture that started as strictly an urban African-American phenom proves to have permeated the globe in "Planet B-Boy."
Dipping a toe into (early) Errol Morris docu waters, Yulene Olaizola sustains a strange, unsettling mood in her tyro feature, "Intimacies of Shakespeare and Victor Hugo."
Bittersweet comedy compensates for some third-act weaknesses in its overly loose script with simpatico playing from a name distaff cast and dry dialogue that keeps the tone light.