"Lars and the Real Girl" star Ryan Gosling and director Craig Gillespie will reteam on "The Dallas Buyers Club," a drama for Universal Pictures and Strike Entertainment.
Screen Gems has made a three-picture deal with T.I. that will launch with the crime drama "Bone Deep," in which the hip-hop star will join Matt Dillon and Idris Elba.
Kevin Zegers will star in indie "The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll" alongside Jason Ritter.
John Moore is attached to direct a remake of the 1978 conspiracy thriller "Capricorn One" for New Regency.
Twentieth Century Fox has optioned Julie Buxbaum's debut novel "The Opposite of Love." Kara Holden is set to pen the feature adaptation.
Wayne McClammy, who appeared on Hollywood's radar after directing and co-writing the buzzed-about comedy shorts "I'm F**king Matt Damon" and follow-up "I'm F**king Ben Affleck," has been tapped to…
Screen Media Films has paddled ashore with domestic rights to surf doc "Bustin' Down the Door," narrated by Edward Norton, about the rise of competitive surfing in the '70s and its transformation…
It is still difficult to speak of an Asian film industry or an Asian box office market, as the region is so divided. But there are some small signs of change, especially those concerning China.
Asia contains some of the world's biggest developing nations (India, China) as well as some of the globe's most dedicated moviegoers (Singapore, South Korea). So it should come as little surprise…
Shanghai Media Group is simultaneously one of the oldest congloms in Chinese entertainment and one of the youngest.
As Shanghai's film fest enters its 11th year, its focus is likely to be on nurturing further growth in the booming domestic biz, while keeping one eye on foreign markets as a place to source…