Pixar's 3-D toon, "Up," co-helmed by "Monsters, Inc." director Pete Docter, will open the 62nd Cannes Film Festival.
Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones are set to star in "The Company Men," an independently financed drama about the impact that a corporate downsizing has on both its casualties and survivors. They…
New Line is "Going the Distance" with Justin Long, tapping the thesp for the lead role in its romantic comedy to be directed by Nanette Burstein.
TV Land has hired former Ryan Seacrest Prods. development exec Eliot Goldberg as senior VP of development and original programming.
HBO has acquired an independently made autobiographical series produced by and starring Gotham-based fraternal filmmaking duo Casey and Van Neistat.
Juame Collet-Serra will direct "Unknown White Male," a thriller for Dark Castle.
Trying to bolster its original-series profile, Starz follows up "Crash" with another sputtering vehicle -- in this case, a comedic look at a group of "cater-waiters" titled "Party Down."
"The Colbert Report" will tape a week's worth of episodes on a USO tour in the Persian Gulf, becoming what Comedy Central claims is the first TV series to shoot more than one episode in a combat zone.
Gotham praisery Falco Ink has launched a Hispanic media division.
Nearly two months after being fired by SAG's elected leaders, Doug Allen has returned.