Producers Michael Cerenzie and Christine Peters are bringing a Steve McQueen biopic to the bigscreen.
Summit has nabbed rights to Gayle Forman's young adult novel "If I Stay."
Cartman, Sarah Silverman and other Comedy Central denizens are going high-def.
Longtime distribution exec Jerry Esbin died Jan. 9 in New York of non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He was 77.
Jackie Chan is in final negotiations to join the Columbia Pictures remake of "The Karate Kid."
Sundance, the first major fest to take place in the midst of the brutal economic downturn, is likely to be a more subdued affair.
The Jim Henson Co. has added a key puppeteer to its ranks, tapping Melissa Segal to relaunch the company's consumer products division.
In the last two days, the Screen Actors Guild has been full of sound and fury, signifying ... the status quo.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" is designed to be a tunesmith showcase, but a simplistic, undernourished book provides scant support for the pop songs of '50s/'60s composer and teen icon Neil Sedaka.
Los Angeles has not lacked for productions of Arthur Schnitzler's "La Ronde," from Peter Lefcourt's Hollywood update "La Ronde de Lunch 2000" to TheSpyAnts version set in 1979 Studio 54.
Canadian critics praised "Milk" as the year's best pic at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle awards Jan. 12. The drama also won best male performance for star Sean Penn.