James Wan, whose last film was the haunted house tale INSIDIOUS, is in talks to take the helm of New Line's haunted house horror flick THE CONJURING, reports Variety.
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CBS Films has picked up distribution rights to THE GRUDGE director Takashi Shimizu's FLIGHT 75, reports ComingSoon.net.
Coming right as the fourth season is set to premiere, TRUE BLOOD creator Alan Ball is in negotiations for a fifth season, which could be his last, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Guillermo del Toro has selected Idris Elba (THOR) to play the lead character in PACIFIC RIM, reports Deadline.com.
Universal has picked three more actors to round out the dwarves in SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN, reports Heat Vision.
John Heffernan (SNAKES ON A PLANE) has sold an untitled sci-fi script to Paramount, reports Variety.
Scotland Yard has arrested 19-year-old Ryan Cleary in connection to the hack of Sony's PlayStation Network, writes The Hollywood Reporter.
Jason Patric (THE LOSERS) has been picked as the male lead in FX's pilot POWERS, based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's graphic novel, reports Deadline.com.
In its continuing campaign to pick up every box office champ, FX has acquired the basic cable rights to GREEN LANTERN, as well as MR. POPPER'S PENGUINS, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announces the launch of F.E.A.R. 3, a paranormal horror first person shooter continuing the F.E.A.R. heritage of frenetic combat, compelling narrative and tension-filled gameplay while evolving the franchise with unique divergent co-op.
Disney and Pixar have picked a release date for their feature following MONSTERS UNIVERSITY, which arrives June 21, 2013.
Flash black to one of the most beloved animated Nickelodeon series from the 1990s when Rocko’s Modern Life: Season One 2-DVD set arrives in stores nationwide for the first time on June 21, 2011, from Shout! Factory.
NATPE today announced its acquisition of Budapest-based content market DISCOP East as part of a continued strategy for expansion within the international arena.
David S. Goyer is set to write and exec produce a TV series based on Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's 100 BULLETS for Showtime, reports Deadline.com.
Universal has hired Ian McShane (PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES) to play one of seven dwarves in SNOW WHITE AND HUNTSMAN, reports Heat Vision.
Digital production company Digital Domain announced today that Jeff Barnes, co-founder and former CEO of The Computer Café Group, has joined the company to lead its In-Three stereo conversion business.
The Cinematics Division at Modus FX teamed up with Digital Dimension recently to create 20 minutes of spine-tingling cinematics for F.3.A.R. - the third instalment of the popular game from Warner Bros. Interactive, which was released today.
Pixeldust Studios, a multi-award winning digital animation and broadcast design studio, has launched a Non-Entertainment Division, which will provide company services to government, corporate, museum, educational and charitable groups and organizations.
Jason Keller (Relativity's untitled Snow White project) has been tapped to adapt Justin Cronin's novel THE PASSAGE, writes Heat Vision.
Open Road, the distribution firm formed by theater chains AMC and Regal, have picked up the rights to Andrew Niccol's adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's book THE HOST, reports Deadline.com.
FX has chosen Lucy Punch (BAD TEACHER) as the female lead in its pilot POWERS, based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's graphic novel, reports Deadline.com.
European animation producers are getting ready to conquer screens across the continent with a new generation of series to be presented at the 22nd Cartoon Forum, the European co-production forum for TV and new platforms.
Greg Heffley is about to discover that there is something worse than middle school – his own family! Based on the 2011 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award for Best Book Series, the original film cast returns in DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: RODRICK RULES, available on Blu-ray and DVD on June 21st.