Albert Einstein scores a biopic, but not before Erin Brockovich and Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter. (Sigh.)
An adaptation of ‘Twilight’ author Stephanie Meyer’s most recent work, ‘The Host,’ now has a director attached to it.
Unlike its Austen-based zombie sibling, ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ seems to get its house in order more and more every day.
Michael Cera can’t be accused of playing himself again in his next film if he speaks only in Spanish. Can he?
The act of presenting an Oscar to a man in a monkey mask would cause a monocle-dropping pandemic the likes of which the world has never seen.
Oprah’s so powerful that she can recommend a book in her book club, then 11 years later, like *that*, it will be made into a moderate-budget movie.
D.J. Caruso has been picked to direct the adaptation of the acclaimed novel Beat the Reaper.
Ryan Murphy, shown here delighting a young boy with a kiss, has been asked to helm the Annie remake starring Willow Smith.
After her roles in Red Riding Hood and Now, Amanda Seyfried is gonna get Gone.
Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce, Mia Wasikowska, and Jason Clarke have all jumped onboard The Wettest County in the World.
It’s bad enough that the humans in Jack the Giant Killer have to deal with hostile giants. Now it appears they’ll have Stanley Tucci on their hands as well.
Author Chuck Palahniuk’s works seem to require a very special touch to get right (Fight Club) or else things won’t go so well (Choke).
It would seem that the producers of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies don’t really have a “type” when it comes to their director search.
Halle Berry gets down with her husband’s teenage intern in The Student. Sadly, the intern is male.
Rosamund Pike is going from Bond girl to much more after landing the role of Andromeda in the Clash of the Titans sequel, Wrath of the Titans.
In a strange turn of events, it would seem that cocaine is a gateway drug to marijuana, at least in the world of documentary filmmaking.
Michael Moore, for all the civic duties he takes upon himself, still wants to get paid at the end of the day.
Warner Bros. is readying Harker, a story of a Scotland Yard detective on the trail of Dracula.
Franco doesn’t care much for just sitting around, so he is considering creating a “Three’s Company” feature film and perhaps an off-Broadway play.
Lasse Hallstrom has already jumped on board to direct the adaptation of the first book of a (new) Swedish detective series.
David O. Russell must really carry a flame for Connie Britton. He is working to develop a drama for her on FX with no script or even concept.
I apologize if this post feels rushed, but I’m trying to get through it before the next Franco story breaks.
Spaihts and Bruckheimer are “in like” with each other, and news of their second project together should take things to the next level.
The actress may or may not play William H. Macy’s ex-girlfriend, which could only happen in a movie.
Jeff Bridges was quick to find a new role to fill the gap in his schedule after Tara Reid didn’t invite him to join the cast of her ‘The Big Lebowski’ sequel.
Fox is going to make an action-adventure movie that will be written by Carlton Cuse, will star Hugh Jackman, and will be directed by Shawn Levy.
Jason Segel and his everyman charms will be be infiltrating the Jersey mob, 80′s style in DreamWorks upcoming Undercover Cop.
These released stills from the On the Road adaptation are looking pretty damn Kerouac-y.
Ten months later, the script for Pet Semetary is really, really close to being done. Seriously, it’s very close to completion.
Will fans of the original be able to enjoy, or even tolerate these characters 17 years later?