Ed Harris, Viggo Mortensen and Renee Zellweger will topline the Western drama "Appaloosa," with Harris directing from the screenplay he co-wrote with Robert Knott.
Tim Allen will play the title character in "The Six Wives of Henry Lefay," an indie comedy set to shoot next month in Connecticut.
Hollywood Gang's Gianni Nunnari and Nick Wechsler have teamed to option screen rights to "Ocean," a graphic novel by Warren Ellis that is a template for a big-scale alien thriller.
New Regency is taking the current wave of pics set amid the war and terrorism in the Middle East and adding a twist: vampires and zombies.
Paramount Pictures has acquired the spec comedy "Kept Men," by Amy Snow, for Double Features partners Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher.
The Weinstein Co.'s multifaceted, experimental Bob Dylan biopic "I'm Not There" is taking a suitably quirky path to release, playing downtown Gotham's fabled Film Forum for two weeks.
In one of the more unorthodox marketing pairings in moviedom, Lionsgate and the American Red Cross are teaming for this year's "Give Til It Hurts" blood drive, which benefits the Red Cross.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has moved to ban mailings of all "recordings, sheet music (and) musicvideos of eligible songs or scores" to members.
Screen Gems has made a deal to remake "Rec," a Spanish-language horror film about an outbreak of rabies in Los Angeles.
Amid an escalating U.S. trend toward commercial entertainment that earnestly or exploitatively taps religious demographics, "Praying With Lior" explores a rather extraordinary instance of real-world…