Judd Apatow has tapped Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and Leslie Mann to star in the next comedy he'll direct.
Warner has scooped up rights to Jeff Smith's comicbook series "Bone" for Dan Lin to produce through his lot-based shingle.
Twentieth Century Fox has set Mila Kunis to star opposite Mark Wahlberg in "Max Payne," the John Moore-directed action adaptation of the Rockstar videogame.
Producer Richard Saperstein has optioned the film rights to Clifford Meth's comicbook series "Snaked" from IDW Publishing, the company behind "30 Days of Night."
Odd Lot Entertainment has acquired the rights and will finance and produce the coming-of-age comedy "Imaginary Larry," which Larry Guterman will direct.
Justin Long has signed on to star opposite Alison Lohman in Sam Raimi's supernatural thriller "Drag Me to Hell" for Ghost House Pictures.
The Gen Art Film Festival bows April 2 in Gotham with a screening of Sundance selection "Diminished Capacity," directed by Terry Kinney and starring Matthew Broderick, Alan Alda and Virginia Madsen.
Universal has picked up an action thriller pitch from scribes Sean O'Keefe and Will Staples for Neal Moritz's Original Films to produce.
There will be no promotions stemming from "The Promotion," a stillborn would-be comedy about job competition between two questionable guys.
The Screen Actors Guild has announced the significant dates leading up to the 15th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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