Category Archives: Film News
The Barreto family, known as “Brazil’s first family of cinema”, has closed a deal for the worldwide representation rights of their cinematic slate with Cisneros Media Distribution.
Snow, best known for her role in the hit musicals Pitch Perfect and Pitch Perfect 2, is set to star in and produce the romantic comedy with Cranium Entertainment and Eclectic Pictures.
The Angry Birds Movie swooped into theaters this weekend, surprising everyone by overtaking Captain America: Civil War for the #1 spot.
Despite his ill-willed feelings about Mondays, today is a good day for Garfield. Alcon Entertainment has wrangled the rights to the lasagna-loving feline and is developing a CG animated feature of the classic comic strip.
When a movie’s source material is a game downloaded on smartphones, the sole purpose of which is to serve as a brief distraction, one can assume a 90-minute adaptation that attempts to stay faithful to its ‘story’ won’t translate very well.
The former Whitney star is set to make her directorial debut with the comedy based on the book by Louann Brizendine.
The news from Cannes this week includes The Orchard nabbing Richard Gere’s The Dinner and the heap of critical praise for Oliver Laxe’s Mimosas.
Get ready to slice some serious fruit because a live-action family comedy based on the popular mobile app, Fruit Ninja is in the works.
Predicting this weekend is like splitting hairs. Captain America: Civil War will have a sizable third weekend to be sure, but newcomers The Angry Birds Movie and Neighbors 2 will duke it out for a chance at 1st place.
Warner Bros. bought the action thriller pitch from Matias Caruso with Guy Ritchie attached to produce. Caruso, who landed on the 2013 Hit List for his script Offerings, is the writer of the upcoming horror comedy Mayhem.
As one of Palahniuk’s more personal novels, the story follows a passed-his-prime journalist named Carl Streator, who investigates a series of infant deaths associated with the reading of an ancient “culling song.”
Jon Berg and Geoff Johns are set to co-run DC Films, a newly created company, in an effort to get their feature superheroes back on track. It’s one of many shake-ups to come at the studio.