INDEPENDENCE DAY director Roland Emmerich is returning to the alien invasion genre with a new top-secret project titled THE ZONE, according to Heat Vision.
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John Carpenter is set to direct an adaptation of Randy Queen's comic series DARKCHYLDE, reports Shock Till You Drop.
Twentieth Century Fox has selected a release date for Timur Bekmambetov's ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER, reports Variety.
NBC is developing a new supernatural soap titled VINES from exec producer Hideo Nakata (THE RING) and writer Mark Kruger (THE 4400), reports Deadline.com.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. (MGM) today announced that it has begun a solicitation of votes from its secured lenders for a pre-packaged plan of reorganization (the "Plan").
Matt Tolmach has launched a new production company and will become a producer on the next installment of Spider-Man, the blockbuster film franchise he helped shepherd since its inception in 2002, it was announced today by Michael Lynton, Chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment and Amy Pascal, Co-Chairman.
In a press conference in Dubai, Tom Cruise revealed the full title to MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 4, reports Vulture.
Silver Pictures is in talks with Dennis Iliadis (THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT) to take the helm of THE DEMONOLOGISTS, reports 24 Frames.
Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, the exec producers of LOST and TRONY: LEGACY writers, have inked a deal with ABC for a new sci-fi/fantasy series, ONCE UPON A TIME, reports Variety.
To qualify in the Animated Feature Film category for the 83rd Academy Awards, filmmakers must submit entry forms and supporting materials to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences by 5 p.m. PT on Monday, November 1.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key's government is pushing through legislation that would make unionization of the Kiwi film industry harder to accomplish, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Lionsgate has filed suit against its largest shareholder Carl Icahn for securities fraud, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The science-fiction drama "Caprica" has been canceled after one season due to low ratings, the U.S. cable television network Syfy announced.
Principal photography is underway in Austin, Texas on Dimension Film’s family action adventure, “Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World,” being directed by Robert Rodriguez (“Sin City,” The “Spy Kids” Trilogy) from his own screenplay.
Gravity’s Feature Film and Television division (formerly known as RhinoFX) has recently established a West Coast presence by expanding into Los Angeles at the Lantana Center in Santa Monica.
IFC Midnight has snatched up the North American rights to Pang Ho-Cheung's DREAM HOME, reports Variety.
German firm Instinctive Film and French house Reverence are producing a genre anthology that will look at the dark side of the city of love titled PARIS I'LL KILL YOU, reports Variety.
Craig Barron, Lisa Zeno Churgin, Caleb Deschanel, Randal Kleiser and Alex McDowell have have joined the Science and Technology Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Designed by architects for architects, veteran visualization studio KA-RA has announced the release of Twinmotion 2, an award winning real-time studio that lets architects and designers create, edit and share interactive 3D models.
Blu-ray got a big shot to the arm this week with the debuts of THE ALIEN ANTHOLOGY (Fox Home Ent.) and Robert Zemeckis' BACK TO THE FUTURE trilogy (Universal Home Ent.).