New Line has tapped Bruce Joel Rubin to rewrite sci-fi romance "The Time Traveler's Wife," to be directed by Robert Schwentke.
Adult Swim's feature version of surreal animated series "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" has been set for a March release by First Look Pictures with an opening of more than 800 playdates.
Retiring NFL star Tiki Barber is set to sign a broadcasting deal said to be worth more than $3 million a year over four years. But the question remains: With which network?
The Weinstein Co. has scooped up North American and U.K. rights to "I'm Not There," Todd Haynes' sprawling Bob Dylan biopic. Company plans to release the movie, the first Hollywood dramatization of…
Corbin Bernsen has set up Christmas comedy "3 Day Test" in a partnership with a local production company in the town of Kipling, Saskatchewan.
Amanda Bynes ("She's the Man") will topline Morgan Creek's college comedy "Sydney White" with Joe Nussbaum ("Sleepover") directing.
Classically trained Europeans wrote many of Hollywood's finest Golden Age film scores, and plenty of composers best known for their symphonies, operas and ballets spent at least some time penning…
DirecTV subscribers will now be offered a dose of Style as an antidote to the barrage of those cubic zirconium-hawking shopping channels they flip past every day.
A comicbook action-adventure, two animated tales (one of them a musical) and a 9/11 movie: Composer John Powell couldn't have asked for more diverse projects in one year.
While orchestras and electronics are the stuff that many movie scores are built on, the composers behind "Babel" and "The Departed" based their music on instruments from the guitar family.
Long conspicuously absent from Hollywood's dehydrating well of original plotlines, African narratives emerged in a big way in 2006 with films set and shot all over the continent, most notably "Blood…