Cartoon Network has promoted two executives in its Original Series group, it was announced today by Rob Swartz, vice president of original series for the network.
GOSSIP GIRL regular Sebastian Stan has been cast as Captain America’s sidekick Bucky Barnes in THE FIRST AVENGER: CAPTAIN AMERICA, reports VARIETY.
Deadline.com reports that Joe Roth’s Revolution Studios is moving the XXX franchise from Columbia to Paramount, which would fund and distribute the third film in 3-D.
Leading independent studio E1 Entertainment has inked a two year television production deal with top screenwriter David Hayter and his producing partner Benedict Carver.
Syfy's acclaimed series, Stargate Universe has cast famed actors, Robert Knepper (Heroes, Prison Break) and Julie McNiven (Supernatural, Mad Men) as guest stars to the second season of the hit series.
Director Noah Baumbach is in negotiations to helm an adaptation of Richard and Florence Atwater’s 1938 book, MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS with Ben Stiller attached to star, reports VARIETY.
BOURNE IDENTITY director Doug Liman is in talks to helm Warner Bros.’s adaptation of THE THREE MUSKETEERS, reports HEAT VISION.
A lawsuit against Stan Lee and Marvel Ent. from defunct Stan Lee Media shareholders Jose Abadin and Christopher Belland has been thrown out by a federal judge, reports VARIETY.
BEASTLY star Alex Pettyfer is in negotiations to take the lead in DreamWorks’ I AM NUMBER FOUR, VARIETY reports.
Monica Breen and Alison Schapker, former showrunners of BROTHERS & SISTERS, have joined J.J. Abrams’ FRINGE as co-exec producers, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
Stan Lee’s heroic fingerprints are all over this project, and studio Bones is rapidly emerging as the preeminent anime filter for video game and western content (e.g. the HALO anime series). For everyone, this cultural hybrid is arguably something new.
LA TIMES’ 24 Frames blog is reporting that Dean Parisot (GALAXY QUEST) is in talks to adapt graphic novel SEAL TEAM SEVEN into a feature film.
PRODUCTION WEEKLY tweeted that WANTED director Timur Bekmambetov is set to helm an adaptation of Peter Ackroyd’s novel CASEBOOK OF VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN.
Deadline New York has reported that Bryan Singer, writer-director of the first two X-Men films, is joining Lauren Shuler Donner and Simon Kinberg as producers on the planned 2011 release of X-Men: First Class.
Perry S. Chen, the award-winning 4th grade film critic, TV personality and radio talk show host, has started a new film review blog on AWN.
Superfad has named Chris Volckmann Executive Producer of the Seattle office. Volckmann has been a senior producer with the company since 2008 and has been instrumental in numerous projects including the recent Sony "Make.Believe" film series, Voila featuring Wyclef Jean and the award-winning Sprint campaign for Goodby, Silverstein and Partners.