Walt Disney Pictures has made it official — James Franco and Mila Kunis will star in OZ, THE GREAT AND POWERFUL, reports ComingSoon.net.
Relativity Media has closed a deal with The Social Network breakthrough star Armie Hammer to play Prince Andrew Alcott in its upcoming untitled Snow White feature, based on the Brothers Grimm story, directed by Tarsem Singh (Immortals, The Cell).
With Lionsgate choosing Jennifer Lawrence as its female lead in HUNGER GAMES, the studio is focusing on her male co-star and his rival for her affections, reports Heat Vision.
Imagenation Abu Dhabi has cast Khalid Laith (THE DEVIL'S DOUBLE) and Razane Jammal (CARLOS) in DJINN, reports Variety.
The acclaimed director of the latest mind-bender discusses his first original movie as well as his vision for The Man of Steel.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today announced their debut title for the Nintendo 3DS handheld system: Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters.
Due to public demand, the festival has changed its date: eDIT 14. Filmmaker’s Festival will begin October 30th in Frankfurt am Main.
Digital Domain's hybrid production company Mothership was tapped by Guerilla Games to create an immersive science fiction universe for the latest installment of its marquee game franchise, Killzone 3, released Feb. 22, 2011.
Springboarding off its 2010 ratings growth across key kids and boys demos, in which series/specials Adventure Time, Dude, What Would Happen, Generator Rex and Hall of Game helped propel the network to new heights, Cartoon Network described its plans for building new global franchises today as it unveiled a broad slate of new content for 2011 at its annual Advertising Upfront presentation.
Walt Disney has decided to go direct-to-DVD and Blu-ray in Benelux with MARS NEEDS MOMS, reports Variety.
Walden Media co-founder Michael Flaherty has told The Christian Post that the next film in the NARNIA film series will be the sixth book written by C.S. Lewis THE MAGICIAN'S NEPHEW.
Paramount is looking for a financing partner for its adaptation of Max Brooks' WORLD WAR Z, reports Vulture.
Continuing the sizzling momentum of the Syfy global brand evolution, which has sparked imagination-driven hit series and double-digit growth in younger, upscale audiences as well as diverse new business ventures, Syfy President Dave Howe today will introduce the largest original programming slate in the channel’s 18-year history, highlighted by 14 new original series and events comprising more than 100 hours.
Bill Nighy and Toby Kebbell have been cast in WRATH OF THE TITANS, reports Variety. Nighy (PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN) will play god Hephaestus, while Kebbell takes the part of Poseidon's demigod son, Argenor. The duo joins Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson, Edgar Ramirez, Danny Huston and Rosamund Pike.
Jake Mandeville-Anthony, a U.K. screenwriter, has filed suit against Disney and Pixar claiming that the studios' CARS was taken from work he submitted to the studio in the early 1990s, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Sony Pictures is in early talks with David Fincher to direct its epic adaptation of Stacy Schiff's bestselling biography CLEOPATRA: A LIFE, reports Deadline.com.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures has sent out the script to their AKIRA adaptation to their short list of stars, reports Deadline.com.