Movies in Production - Casting News for Just Announced Films
Hot off his successful directing stint on "Casino Royale," Martin Campbell will helm the movie "36."
King of Queens star Kevin James has signed on to star in the family movie, "Monster Hunter," to be produced by Will Smith and Overbrook Entertainment.
"The 39 Clues"
DreamWorks Studios announced they've picked up the film rights to Scholastic Media's "The 39 Clues." Steven Spielberg may direct the movie with Deborah Forte, President of Scholastic Media, set to produce.
More on "The 39 Clues"
DreamWorks picked up the film rights to Scholastic Media's "The 39 Clues" in June and now they've found a writer to bring it to life on the screen.
"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo"
McG will direct the family movie "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo" for Disney.
Abraham Lincoln Biopic
Director Steven Spielberg is preparing to make his long-awaited Abraham Lincoln biopic, with rumors floating around that Liam Neeson will play Lincoln.
Lionsgate has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to the erotically charged thriller, "Addicted," written by Zane.
"Against All Enemies"
Paul Haggis is considering directing the dramatic movie "Against All Enemies" for Columbia Pictures.
Paulo Coelho's novel "The Alchemist" to be made into a movie by the Weinstein Company. Laurence Fishburne will direct, produce and act in the Alchemist movie.
"Another Bullshit Night in Suck City"
Paul Weitz will write and direct "Another Bullshit Night in Suck City," the film adaptation of Nick Flynn's bestselling book.
Paramount Pictures announces an agreement to acquire worldwide film rights to Midway Games' action-thriller "AREA 51."
Ashley Greene (Twilight's 'Alice'), Sebastian Stan (Gossip Girl), and Tom Felton (best known as 'Draco Malfoy' in the Harry Potter series) have started work on the "The Apparition."
"Army of the Dead"
Matthijs van Heijningen will direct the action horror movie "Army of the Dead" based on a story by Zack Snyder.
DreamWorks Studios announced it has picked up film rights to Platinum Studios Inc.’s comic book "Atlantis Rising." The five-part mini series was created by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, with part five set to hit stores later this month, and features the emergence of an underground civilization at war with Earth.
Lionsgate has acquired the film rights to "Atlas Shrugged," with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt rumored to be interested in starring in the film.
"August: Osage County"
The Weinstein Company has snatched up the rights to make a movie based on the 5-time Tony Award-winning play "August: Osage County."
Daniel Clowes will write the script for "Backyard Resistance," the story of three kids who did a remake of "Raiders of the Lost Ark."
"The Bad Seed"
Writer/director Eli Roth is set to direct "The Bad Seed" remake for Warner Bros.
"Bakugan Battle Brawlers"
Universal Pictures and Spin Master Ltd have come to terms on a deal which will bring the game/anime series Bakugan Battle Brawlers to the big screen as a full-length feature film.
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez will direct the new "Barbarella" movie for Universal Pictures.
James Cameron is preparing to direct "Battle Angel," a sci-fi thriller for 20th Century Fox.
"Battle of the Network Stars"
The TV series "Battle of the Network Stars" is going to be made into movie. Yes, a movie based on "Battle of the Network Stars."
DreamWorks has obtained the rights to make a "Baywatch" movie, based on the hit "Baywatch" TV series which starred David Hasselhoff.
"The Big Biazarro"
Leonard Wise's novel "The Big Biazarro" is heading to the big screen with Pierce Brosnan and Beau St Clair's Irish DreamTime Productions and Maloof Motion Pictures producing the movie adaptation.
Director Keith Gordon talks about financing his upcoming movie "Billy Dead," through a public offering of stock.
"The Birds" and "Friday the 13th" Remakes
Producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form talk about "The Birds" and "Friday the 13th" movies.
Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin will remake the movie "The Blob," the classic 1958 horror/comedy.
Sam Mendes will direct "Bond 23" so says The Hollywood Reporter. THR broke the news Mendes is negotiations to helm "Bond 23" (can't wait to see what they ultimately wind up calling the 23rd film of the series).
"The Boston Stranglers"
Brian De Palma has committed to directing "The Boston Stranglers" based on the book by Susan Kelly. The story examines Henry DeSalvo's confession and the possibility more than one person was the Boston Strangler.
Will Ferrell will play a lifeguard whose dreams come true when he gets a shot at entering a beach volleyball tournament.
Paradox Entertainment is reviving "Buck Rogers" and has set Paul W.S. Anderson to direct. And, as with almost every movie being announced this year, this Buck Rogers adventure will be in 3D.
Dax Shepherd and Dustin Hoffman star in the movie "Car Wars," for Warner Bros. Pictures.
Anna Kendrick will star in the untitled cancer film with James McAvoy and Seth Rogen. Good for Anna Kendrick.
Rogue Pictures is taking on the movie "Castlevania," based on the video game and directed by Paul W S Anderson.
Director Eli Roth discusses signing on to direct "Cell."
Eli Roth discusses the upcoming movie "Cell" based on Stephen King's bestselling novel.
"That 70s Show" star Wilmer Valderrama is set to star in the movie version of "CHiPs," the classic TV series about California Highway Patrol officers.
Steven Spielberg has picked up the rights to "Chocky," a novel by John Wyndham, and may direct the sci-fi movie.
Variety broke the news Steven Soderbergh will direct "Cleo," a 3-D Cleopatra movie.
Brian Grazer will produce and Ron Howard may direct a remake of the 1970 sci-fi film "Colossus: The Forbin Project". The original was directed by Joseph Sargent and starred Eric Braeden, George Stanford Brown, and Susan Clark.
Boaz Yakin has been hired by Warner Bros Pictures to write the script for the Conan movie, based on the Conan the Barbarian character created by Robert E Howard.
Sharon Stone stars as a wealthy woman in her 40s who can't resist the charms of younger guys. In the film, Stone falls for a 27 year-old who needs her help getting his business started.
Warner Bros is going to remake the movie "Creepshow," the 1982 horror film from writer Stephen King and director George A Romero.
DreamWorks and Aardman team up for the movie "Crood Awakening," written by John Cleese and Kirk DeMicco.
"The Crowded Room"
Follows a disturbed Billy Milligan who, after being arrested for rape, was discovered to have 24 separate personalities.
Comedian Dane Cook will star in and produce the comedy movie "Dad Knap" for Walt Disney Pictures.
Remaining faithful to what made the television series so addictive, "Dallas" the movie will have all the backstabbings and wicked fun of the TV series.
More on "Dallas"
Robert Luketic dropped out of the "Dallas" movie and may be replaced by "Bend It Like Beckham" director Gurinder Chadha.
"Dark Crystal" Sequel
Jim Henson Co. has announced plans to go forward with a sequel to "The Dark Crystal" titled "The Power of the Dark Crystal."
Author Stephen King may be teaming up with J J Abrams ("Lost") to work on a "Dark Tower" series of films.
David Chase and Paramount Team Up on a Feature Film
Multi-Emmy Award winning writer and producer David Chase will be stepping behind the camera to direct his first feature film at Paramount Pictures.
"Dead I Well May Be"
John Lee Hancock has been chosen to write and direct "Dead I Well May Be" for Universal Pictures.
Director James Cameron is set to direct the movie "The Dive," based on the true story of divers Francisco Pipin Ferreras and Audrey Mestre.
"The Dive" Update
Jim Cameron has hired Laeta Kalogridis to write "The Dive" movie, based on the story of freediver Francisco Pipin Ferraras and Audrey Mestre.
"Dracula Year Zero"
Universal Pictures has tapped Alex Proyas to direct "Dracula Year Zero," an origin story about Vlad the Impaler.
Peter Berg will direct "Dune" for Paramount Pictures, according to Variety.
Pierre Morel Signs On to Direct "Dune"
Pierre Morel will direct "Dune," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Morel comes on board following the departure of Peter Berg back in October.
Dusty Springfield Biopic
Kristin Chenoweth will portray soul singer Dusty Springfield in a movie based on Springfield's life.
Rogue Pictures' co-presidents Andrew Karpen and Andrew Rona announced the studio has picked up the rights to the Wayans Brothers original comic book series Super Bad James Dynomite. Rogue Pictures also acquired the Dynomite, the Wayan Bros action film currently in pre-production.
"Eloise in Paris"
HandMade Films announced they're found the star of their upcoming "Eloise in Paris" live-action movie. 9-year-old Australian Jordana Beatty has nabbed the lead role of Eloise in the feature film to be directed by Charles Shyer from a screenplay he adapted with his daughter Hallie Meyers-Shyer and Larry Spencer.
"The Emperor's Children"
Ron Howard is set to direct "The Emperor's Children" for Universal Pictures based upon Claire Messud's novel.
Set on a eucalyptus plantation in Australia, a father is holding a bizarre contest for gentlemen interested in wedding his gorgeous daughter. In order to win his daughter's hand in marriage, the suitor must correctly name every species of gum trees on the estate.
"Eucalyptus" Movie Postponed
Production on the movie "Eucalyptus," set to star Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman, has been postponed to give the filmmakers time to work on the script.
"The Evil Dead"
Sam Raimi is set to remake the cult classic "The Evil Dead."
"The Executioner's Game"
"The Executioner's Game" focuses on an operative for a top secret government organization who is given the job of assassinating his former mentor.
Roland Emmerich is set to direct "Fantastic Voyage" for 20th Century Fox.
Eddie Murphy will star in the movie "Fantasy Island," based on the long-running TV series.
"Father Knows Less"
Director Shawn Levy will be in charge of the comedy movie "Father Knows Less," for New Line Cinema.
Gale Ann Hurd's Valhalla Motion Pictures and Platinum Studios Partner are teaming up for a "Final Orbit" movie, based on the comic book.
David Goyer will write, produce and direct a movie about the DC Comics hero, The Flash.
J Michael Straczynski will write the "Forbidden Planet" remake script.
The Jim Henson Company has responded to fan demands with the announcement of a movie based on the TV series, "Fraggle Rock."
Nicholas Hoult has joined the cast of "Fury Road," the fourth film of the "Mad Max" franchise and the first film of the series not to star Mel Gibson.
"Gears of War"
New Line Cinema and Epic Games are teaming up on a "Gears of War" movie, based on the bestselling video game.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer hired David Benioff to write the script for "Gemini Man," set up at Walt Disney Pictures.
"Give Us a Kiss"
Anjelica Huston will direct and executive produce the movie "Give Us a Kiss" based on the novel by Daniel Woodrell.
Vadim Perelman will direct the movie "The Giver" for 20th Century Fox and Walden Media.
"Gone Like the Wind"
Universal Pictures has tapped Peter Berg to direct "Gone Like the Wind," the story of Barbaro the racehorse.
Universal Pictures has snatched up Joss Whedon's "Goners," a spec script described as a fantasy thriller.
"The Good Sailor"
JJ Abrams will direct "The Good Sailor," a movie about the USS Indianapolis written by Brent Hanley.
Creative Production Group secures the movie rights to the TV series "Good Times."
Columbia is preparing to bring back "Ghostbusters," with "The Office" writers/producers Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky working on a script for "Ghostbusters 3."
"The Grudge 3"
Toby Wilkins has been tapped to direct "The Grudge 3" set to begin filming in early 2008.
Dax Shepard's script "Guerrilla Photographer" has been picked up by Revolution Studios.
Universal and Fox will work together on a movie version of the hit videogame, "Halo," to hit theaters in 2007.
Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh Join "Halo" Team
"Lord of the Rings'" Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh have agreed to produce the movie version of "Halo," the popular video game.
Neill Blomkamp has been tapped to direct "Halo," the movie version of the popular video game.
Paramount has chosen Brett Ratner to direct the movie version of "Harbinger" based on the Valiant comic book series.
"Have Gun Will Travel"
Rapper Eminem will return to feature films with a starring role in the movie "Have Gun Will Travel," based on the CBS TV series.
"Hawaii Five-O" (2006)
Warner Bros. Pictures gets the remake rights to "Hawaii Five-O," the classic TV show.
Director John Woo will helm the live action movie "He-Man," based on characters from the Masters of the Universe action figure series.
He-Man Movie - "Masters of the Universe"
Warner Bros is bringing He-Man to the big screen as a live-action movie called "Masters of the Universe."
Peter Hedges' latest book, "The Heights," has been acquired by Focus Features, with the author set to adapt, produce and direct the feature film.
Summit Entertainment is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with and now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the poduction company is looking to make a new "Highlander" movie.
"The History of Love"
"Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" director Alfonso Cuaron has been tapped to direct "The History of Love" for Warner Bros. Pictures.
The director of the "Lord of the Rings" movies may not be back to direct "The Hobbit" film because of a quarrel between the filmmaker and New Line Cinema over accounting procedures.
(Aug 2008) Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro have added "The Hobbit" writing duties to their list of projects.
Guillermo del Toro is in talks to direct two "Hobbit" movies for New Line and MGM.
Peter Jackson will executive produce "The Hobbit" and a sequel to "The Hobbit" after reaching a deal with New Line Cinema and MGM.
Director McG says what he hopes to do with the Hot Wheels theme is "create a timeless story that will work for everyone -- a charismatic young hero, great stakes and jeopardy, and a fantastic love story."
Focus Features will make a movie based on Dean Koontz' latest novel "The Husband."
"The Illustrated Man"
"300" director Zack Snyder will direct "The Illustrated Man" for Warner Bros Pictures.
"Capote" director Bennett Miller will helm the film "The Immortalist" for Paramount Vantage.
"The Incredible Shrinking Man"
Brett Ratner is in talks to direct "The Incredible Shrinking Man" for Universal Pictures.
"The Invention of Hugo Cabret"
Warner Bros picked up movie rights to Brian Selznick's novel "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" with Martin Scorsese possibly set to direct.
"It Takes a Thief"
Will Smith will star in the movie "It Takes a Thief" for Universal Pictures.
"The Ivy Chronicles"
"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker may star in "The Ivy Chronicles" based on the book by Karen Quinn.
James Cameron's Set to Produce a 3-D Film for Rogue Pictures
Gary Johnstone will direct and James Cameron will produce a 3-D adventure thriller for Rogue Pictures, according to an announcement made by the studio's co-presidents Andrew Karpen and Andrew Rona.
Jason McElwain Story
Columbia Pictures will make a movie based on the life of Jason McElwain, an autistic teenager who catapulted to fame after entering a basketball game and hitting six three pointers in the game's last four minutes.
"Jay and Seth vs. the Apocalypse"
"Undeclared" buddies Jay Baruchel and Seth Rogen are set to star in the comedy movie "Jay and Seth vs. the Apocalypse" based on an idea by Evan Goldberg and Jason Stone.
"Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell"
New Line has acquired the rights to "Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norell," the bestselling fantasy novel by Susanna Clarke.
"Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell" News
New Line Cinema has hired Oscar-winning screenwriter Christopher Hampton to adapt the bestselling British fantasy novel "Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell" for the big screen.
"Justice League of America"
George Miller might sign on to direct the "Justice League of America" movie set up at Warner Bros Pictures.
"Justice League of America"
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting director George Miller has been in Los Angeles looking for a group of young actors to take on the roles of superheroes Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and The Flash in "Justice League of America."
Kevin Smith Sci Fi Movie
Writer/director Kevin Smith's venturing into unchartered territory with a sci-fi comedy.
"Killing Yourself to Live"
New Line Cinema purchased the rights to the Chuck Klosterman novel, "Killing Yourself to Live: 85% A True Story."
The Weinstein Company is preparing to make a "Knight Rider" movie based on the classic 1980s TV series starring David Hasselhoff.
Legendary Pictures acquired the film rights to the 1970s TV series, "Kung Fu," which starred David Carradine.
"Lara Croft" #3
The Hollywood Reporter says Warner Bros is moving forward with another "Lara Croft" movie.
"The Lions of Al-Rassan"
Warner Bros. Pictures has hired Ed Zwick to direct the movie "The Lions of Al-Rassan," based on the Guy Gavriel Kay book.
Variety is reporting Bryan Singer may have to bow out of directing "Logan's Run" due to scheduling conflicts.
"Logan's Run" Remake News
First time feature film director will helm the "Logan's Run" remake set up at Warner Bros Pictures and produced by Joel Silver.
Joel Silver says he's found a director for "Logan's Run."
Rocker/actress Courtney Love will star in a movie based on the life of "Deep Throat" star Linda Lovelace.
Jenna Dewan ("Step Up") and Luke Goss ("Hellboy 2") will star in "Magdalena" based on the Top Cow comic character.
"Magic Kingdom for Sale"
Universal Pictures has signed Stephen Sommers to direct the movie version of "Magic Kingdom for Sale," a series of books from Terry Brooks.
Rawson Marshall Thurber will direct the movie version of the classic TV series, "Magnum PI," which starred Tom Selleck in the title role.
Joshua Marston Project
Writer/director Joshua Marston will follow up his "Maria Full of Grace" feature film debut with a movie about American truckers who drive goods through Iraqi War zones.
Rartin Luther King Jr's BioPic
Ron Harwood will write the Martin Luther King Jr biopic for DreamWorks Studios, to be produced by Steven Spielberg, Suzanne de Passe and Madison Jones.
"Mary Queen of Scots"
Bryce Dallas Howard will star in "Mary Queen of Scots" for Warner Independent Pictures.
"The Mayor of Castro Street"
Director Bryan Singer will follow up "Superman Returns" with the movie "The Mayor of Castro Street," a film about the life and death of San Francisco supervisor Harvey Milk.
Tsunami Books re-releases "Meg" as New Line Cinema starts work on a movie version of the Steve Alten best-selling novel.
"The Monkey Wrench Gang"
Catherine Hardwicke will direct the movie "The Monkey Wrench Gang" based on the classic Edward Abbey novel for Columbia Pictures.
Ridley Scott's adding yet another project to his list of things to do.
"Mr Peabody & Sherman"
DreamWorks Animation will be doing a movie based on the cartoon series, "Mr Peabody and Sherman."
"Mrs. Doubtfire 2"
Robin Williams may be getting into drag again for "Mrs. Doubtfire 2," a sequel to the 1994 comedy.
The Wayan Bros. are preparing to bring "The Munsters" to life on the big screen with a new Munsters movie.
"My Fair Lady"
Keira Knightley may star in a new "My Fair Lady" film set up at Columbia Pictures/CBS Films.
"Napoleon and Betsy"
Emma Watson has signed on to star in the period drama "Napoleon and Betsy" from writer/director Benjamin Ross.
Jon Favreau will write and produce the animated movie "Neanderthals" for Sony Pictures Animation.
Robert Rodriguez will write and direct "Nerveracker" for Dimension Films. Nerveracker is described as a futuristic action thriller and is set for release in 2010.
"No Woman No Cry"
The Weinstein Company is bringing Rita Marley's "No Woman No Cry," the story of Bob Marley, to the big screen as a feature film.
"Ollie the Otter"
Popular childrens book "Ollie the Otter" will be made into a CGI animated movie.
"Scrubs" star Zach Braff will direct the movie "Open Hearts," based on the 2002 Danish film.
Two workers who lose their jobs when their company leaves America to set up shop in Mexico.
A new generation of fans are about to be introduced to the lovable bear named Paddington. Warner Bros Pictures just announced they be bringing "Paddington Bear" to the big screen as a live-action film.
David Cronenberg will follow up "A History of Violence" with the movie "Painkillers," from his original screenplay.
John Milton's classic poem "Paradise Lost" is being made into a live-action movie.
"The Perfect Sleep"
Roselyn Sanchez, Patrick Bauchau, Tony Amendola, Isaac Singleton, Peter Lucas and Anton Pardoe have joined the cast of the movie "The Perfect Sleep," for first-time director Jeremy Alter.
New Line Cinema has struck a deal with filmmaker Don Coscarelli to bring a new version of his cult horror film "Phantasm" to the big screen.
"Playing for Pizza"
Adam Shankman has signed on to direct "Playing for Pizza" based on the book by John Grisham.
Roman Polanski is set to direct "Pompeii," a movie based on the novel by Robert Harris.
"The Post-Grad Survival Guide"
Carol Burnett, Michael Keaton, Zach Gilford and Rodrigo Santoro have joined the cast of "The Post-Grad Survival Guide" with Alexis Bledel.
"Power of the Dark Crystal"
Genndy Tartakovsky will direct the sequel to the movie "The Dark Crystal" for The Jim Henson Company.
"Power of the Dark Crystal"
Peter and Michael Spierig will direct "Power of the Dark Crystal," the sequel to "The Dark Crystal."
"A Princess of Mars"
Ehren Kruger will write the script and Kerry Conran will direct "A Princess of Mars."
DreamWorks will bring Jarrett J. Krosoczka's popular children's book "Punk Farm" to the big screen as a CGI animated movie.
"Puss in Boots"
Puss in Boots from "Shrek 2" is going to get his own movie.
It's official - Rose McGowan will star in "Red Sonja." Presented by Robert Rodriguez but directed by Douglas Aarniokoski, "Red Sonja" is set to begin filming in October 2008.
"Revenge of the Nerds"
Info on the remake of the movie "Revenge of the Nerds," produced by McG and Adam Brody.
Richard Pryor Biopic
Actor Mike Epps will star in a movie based on the life of Richard Pryor.
Frank Miller's "Ronin" is heading to the big screen with Warner Bros Pictures obtaining the rights to Miller's graphic novel.
Michael Bay will be producing a remake of "Rosemary's Baby," the classic horror film starring Mia Farrow and based on Ira Levin's novel.
Renny Harlin will direct the movie "Run," a thriller set in Rome.
"The Serpent and the Eagle"
Director Ron Howard will helm "The Serpent and the Eagle" for Paramount Pictures.
Ridley Scott will direct the movie adaptation of Robert Kurson's bestseller, "Shadow Divers."
Director Peter Weir has stepped down as the director of the movie "Shantaram," set to star Johnny Depp.
Phil Joanou will direct the remake of the Burt Reynolds movie, "Sharky's Machine."
Peter Segal will direct the movie "Shazam!" for New Line Cinema.
John August has been tapped to write the script for the "Shazam!" movie to be directed by Peter Segal.
Director Len Wiseman will helm the movie "Shell Game," a detective thriller for Lakeshore and Columbia Pictures.
Michael Cuesta will direct the movie "Shiver," based on true events, from a screenplay by Mikey Wigart.
"Six Million Dollar Man"
"The Six Million Dollar Man" will be based on the popular 70's TV show THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN. The show, which starred Lee Majors as Astronaut, Cornel Steve Austin, followed the adventures of government agent who was half man, half machine as he solved crimes across the globe.
"Snow and the Seven"
Michael Chabon will write the script for "Snow and the Seven," based on the classic story, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
Rumer Willis has joined her dad Bruce in the comedy movie "The Sophomore" to be directed by Brett Simon.
Andrew Garfield has landed the starring role in the Spider-Man reboot.
Steven Spielberg Movie
Steven Spielberg and Paramount Pictures are working on a space travel film centering around a group who travel through a worm hole.
Peter Berg will write and direct the movie version of "Splinter Cell," a Tom Clancy videogame.
Paul W S Anderson has signed on to direct the movie "Spy Hunter" for Universal Pictures.
Chris Columbus will direct the movie "Sub-Mariner," based on the Marvel Comics superhero for Universal Pictures.
Chris Columbus is out and Jonathan Mostow is in as the director of the movie "Sub-Mariner" based on the Marvel Comics character.
Universal has hired Jodie Foster to direct the movie "Sugar Kings," written by Ned Zeman and Daniel Barnz.
"Survival of the Dead"
"George A Romero's Survival of the Dead" got picked up for US distribution by Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures.
"Swiss Family Robinson"
Director Jonathan Mostow will be in charge of the new "Swiss Family Robinson" movie for Walt Disney Pictures.
"T.J. Hooker," the 1980s TV series which starred William Shatner in the title role, is being made into a feature film.
"The Thomas Crown Affair 2"
Director Paul Verhoeven will direct "The Thomas Crown Affair 2" starring Pierce Brosnan.
"This Means War"
McG may direct the comedy movie "This Mean War" starring Reese Witherspoon and Bradley Cooper.
Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg will produce and direct three movies based on the comic strip hero Tintin.
"The Topkapi Affair"
Pierce Brosnan will star in the sequel to "The Thomas Crown Affair:" "The Topkapi Affair."
David Fincher will direct the movie "Torso," to be produced by Todd McFarlane.
"The Untouchables: Capone Rising"
David Levien and Brian Koppelman have been signed to write "The Untouchables: Capone Rising," for director Antoine Fuqua.
"Untouchables" Prequel - Updated News
[June 2005] Brian De Palma and producer Art Linson are actively working on the idea of doing a prequel to "The Untouchables," "The Untouchables: Capone Rising.
Fox has stopped production on the comedy movie "Used Guys" set to star Ben Stiller and Jim Carrey.
Legendary Pictures and Blizzard Entertainment made a deal to create a live-action movie based on the Warcraft video games.
Terence Winter has been chosen to write the screenplay for Tony Scott's remake of "The Warriors," originally directed by Walter Hill.
"The Way Back"
"Night at the Museum" director Shawn Levy will helm the comedy/drama, "The Way Back," for Fox Searchlight.
"We're the Millers"
New Line announced Steve Buscemi will star in the movie "We're the Millers," a comedy to be directed by Peter Cattaneo.
"The Wee Free Men"
"Spider-Man" director Sam Raimi will direct the movie "The Wee Free Men," based on Terry Pratchett's young-adult novel.
"When Worlds Collide"
Steven Spielberg will produce the remake of the sci-fi movie "When Worlds Collide."
"What To Expect When You're Expecting"
Lionsgate has picked up the movie rights to the bestselling book "What To Expect When You're Expecting" by Heidi Murkoff and will bring it to the big screen as a romantic comedy.
Marcus Raboy has signed on to direct the comedy movie, "Whitebread," for New Line Cinema.
"A Wilderness of Monkeys"
"My Big Fat Greek Wedding" star Nia Vardalos is reuniting with Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman from Playtone to star in the film adaptation of a Laura Zigman book.
"The Winged Boy"
Director Luis Mandoki has signed on to direct the family movie, "The Winged Boy," based on a story by Mary Hayley Bell.
Michael Rymer ("Battlestar Galactica") will direct "Witchblade" for Platinum Studios.
'Untitled Bernard Kerik Story"
This project focuses on Kerik’s time spent as a fearless narcotics detective; a time when he went undercover to buy drugs in Harlem, seized millions of dollars of cocaine from the druglords of the Cali cartel, and was awarded the Police Department's Medal of Valor for saving the life of a fellow officer.
Celebrity News and Production Updates
Who's doing what and with whom? Here's the latest news on what's going on in Hollywood.
Sacha Baron Cohen will star in the comedy "The Dictator" set for release in May 2012.
Elton John Ready to Do a Film About His Life
At the "Gnomeo and Juliet" press conference Sir Elton John revealed "Billy Elliott" screenwriter Lee Hall has written a script.
"On the Road"
Jack Kerouac's classic beat generation novel is heading to the big screen.
"The Gilmores of Beverly Hills"
Chris Rock and Adam Sandler are set to team up on this comedy film.
Pixar and Disney Animation Reveal Their Upcoming Movies
Here's what we can expect from the biggest animation studios on the planet.
George Lucas' "Red Tails" movie moves forward with Terrence Howard and Cuba Gooding Jr.