Columbia Pictures and producer Scott Rudin have acquired rights to make a film based on the life of Henry Molaison, whose brain became the most studied gray matter in medical history.
Barry Levinson has signed on to helm a $35 million feature version of Anatoly Kuznetsov's WWII classic "Babi Yar."
Al Pacino will play the title role in "King Lear," an adaptation of the Shakespeare play that will be directed by Michael Radford.
New Line Cinema has set Garry Marshall to direct "Valentine's Day," a comedy about 10 people in Los Angeles whose lives intersect on the romantic holiday.
Jessica Biel will host the Academy's Science and Technical Awards on Saturday.
"Dough Boys" will preem at the Laemmle Theatre on Feb 5 and mark the the first pic to come out of the Give Back Raise Up program established by helmer Preston Whitmore.
Docu "Swimming" palliates its somber themes with wit, charm and a shot of thriller-like intrigue.
Writers Guild of America East will give its Evelyn F. Burkey Award to the Committee to Project Journalists.
While some Oscar categories seem crowded by blockbusters and projects coming from big studios, makeup nominees and winners seem to run the gamut from specialty pics "La Vie en rose" and "Pan's…
Accurately re-create the look and feel of 1920s L.A.: That was the challenge facing (production designer) James Murakami and (costume designer) Deborah Hopper, and that's so hard to do authentically…
A moving docu about go-to guitarist Jason Crigler's long, improbable road back from a massive cerebral hemorrhage.