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U.S. helmer Abel Ferrara will shoot an Italo noir set in Naples, based on Italian novel "Pericle il nero" (Pericles the Black Man).
Michael Ohoven's Infinity Media ("Capote") has set up mystery/thriller "Invisible," penned by David Elliot ("Four Brothers") with Lance Larson directing.
Hoping to fit in, a high school outcast starts telling outlandish lies, only to have them come true in "Full of It." Hormonally charged comedy is bound to make parents uncomfortable, as writers Jon…
Warner Bros. is developing a feature on the lives of Valerie Plame and Ambassador Joseph Wilson, the married couple drawn into a D.C. firestorm.
The 9th annual Method Fest has announced its lineup of 21 feature films and 45 shorts to screen in Calabasas March 29-April 5.
John Ford is stepping down from his post as executive VP of programming and production for National Geographic Channel to set up his own shingle to produce both scripted and non-fiction movies.
Paramount is bringing its licensing and merchandising operation home.
Sacha Baron Cohen has been tapped as the first recipient of the Israel Film Festival Award for Outstanding Achievement. Baron Cohen will be feted at the fest's opening night award dinner Tuesday at…
Sony's "Ghost Rider" scared off the competish at the foreign B.O. over the latest frame, driving home just under $17 million in 43 markets.
Disney will angle for its motorcycle ensembler "Wild Hogs" to run over Sony's B.O. champ "Ghost Rider" this weekend as the Mouse House guns "Hogs" into 3,287 theaters.