Warner Bros. has set a release date for director Gavin O'Connor's long-gestating film "Pride and Glory." Meanwhile, O'Connor has set up his next pic, "Warrior," at Lionsgate.
Willem Dafoe will star with Charlotte Gainsbourg in "Antichrist," which will be directed by Lars von Trier.
Universal Pictures has acquired film rights to the late Robert Jordan's bestselling "The Wheel of Time" novel series in a seven-figure deal.
HBO Documentary Films has picked up all North American rights to "An Omar Broadway Film," a first-person look at prison life shot by Broadway, an inmate at a high-security gang unit in Newark.
Sony Pictures Television Intl. has picked up Asian rights to basketball movie "Slam." Beijing-set coming-of-age story received modest theatrical releases in China and Singapore this year.
Twenty seven movie projects are to receive funding from the Pusan International Film Festival's Asia Cinema Fund it was announced Tuesday.
After four weekends at the top, "The Dark Knight" should finally get washed out of first place.
Following its domination of the U.S. box office for four weeks, "The Dark Knight" topped the Korean box office in its opening frame last weekend.
George Clooney is taking a taxi to the dark side. The multi-tasking thesp has bought the rights to Jonathan Mahler's legal thriller "The Challenge."
Universal Pictures has upped David O'Connor to a newly created post as senior VP of brand management and marketing services.