Oscar Isaac is rounding out the cast of Zack Snyder's "Sucker Punch."
Shohreh Aghdashloo is in talks to join the cast of Universal Pictures and MRC's sci-fi thriller "The Adjustment Bureau."
Matt Damon will be feted with the American Cinematheque Award at next year's event, which will air on ABC.
After reviving the "Halloween" franchise, Rob Zombie will next reinvent "The Blob."
Daniel Craig has committed to star in the psychological thriller "Dream House," marking Morgan Creek's first movie under the reign of Rick Nicita and its first production start in three years.
North Carolina has bumped its film production tax incentive from 15% up to 25% or a maximum credit of $7.5 million.
Two horror films are opening directly against each other Friday at the domestic B.O.
Robin Williams is plotting to run down the aisle for Disney, signing on to star in "Wedding Banned" for Touchstone Pictures.
With its once-vaunted automobile industry on the brink, Michigan these days is less about cars and more about stars.
Michigan's status as flyover country is quickly changing.
The long list of projects filming in Michigan may be about to grow by one.