Screen Gems has set David Anspaugh to direct basketball drama "Phenom," which will star singer-actor Chris Brown.
Edward Norton is set to play dual roles in "Leaves of Grass," a comedic thriller to be directed in spring by Tim Blake Nelson, who wrote the script and will also act in the film.
Film scholar and historian Jan-Christopher Horak has been named director of the UCLA Film & Television Archive.
Paramount Pictures has acquired life rights to intelligence operative Kathi Lynn Austin, whose adventures in arms trafficking and terrorism will inspire an action thriller vehicle for Angelina Jolie.
Josh Brolin is negotiating to star alongside Sean Penn in "Milk," Focus Features' biopic about late gay-rights activist Harvey Milk.
Disney and Walden Media are hoping to give their sequel to "The Chronicles of Narnia" the royal treatment, with hopes of revealing "Prince Caspian" to nearly 400 million potential moviegoers at once.
Charles Biname's biopic of Maurice "The Rocket" Richard, "the Babe Ruth of hockey," could not be squarer even if it were made during the 1937-1955 era it portrays.
Amid fears that the resumption of talks between scribes and the studios would be openly hostile, Tuesday's session proved surprisingly smooth -- but there are still key differences between the two…
Hermaphrodite drama "XXY" swept the Sur awards of the Argentine Film Arts and Sciences Academy, which unspooled Dec. 3 in Buenos Aires.
In Tracy Letts' ferociously entertaining "August: Osage County," the American dysfunctional family drama comes roaring into the 21st century with eyes blazing, nostrils flaring and fangs bared, laced…