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MGM is developing a remake of the 1988 comedy classic “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” with Rebel Wilson attached to star.
Steve Martin and Michael
Warner’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” remained at No. 1 on both national home video sales charts for the week ended July
Days after the trailer for “The Great Wall” sparked controversy for it’s casting of Matt Damon as the lead, Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou has
Dani Weinstein, the longtime president of publicity at The Weinstein Company, who has worked for her boss Harvey Weinstein for 16 years, is
MGM Motion Picture Group President Jonathan Glickman has re-upped with the studio in a three-year deal.
Glickman will continue to report to chairman
As its pending acquisition by Comcast looms in the distance, DreamWorks Animation’s second quarter earnings quietly beat Wall Street projections.
Revenue at the
Hercules Film Fund has come on-board to co-finance the sci-fi thriller “Tau,” starring Maika Monroe and Ed Skrein, alongside Ken Kao’s Waypoint Entertainment.
Antonio Sabato Jr. claims that he’s been bullied endlessly in the days following his appearance at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Not only
“Sharing love — it’s more important that anything.” So says a decidedly tamped-down Jerry Lewis, who wistfully dominates the trailer for indie drama “Max
UPDATED: Powered by higher affiliate and advertising revenues and increased revenues from its film studio, 21st Century Fox produced higher than expected earnings
Ansel Elgort has come on board “Jonathan,” playing both twin roles in the independent movie, which is set to begin shooting next month
Will Poulter, Ben O’Toole, and Jack Reynor have joined the ensemble for Kathryn Bigelow’s upcoming film about the 1967 Detroit Riots.
Bigelow is directing with
In 1932, Tydie Pickett and Louise Stokes boarded a train to Los Angeles, where they were set to be the first African-American women
“Orange Is the New Black” actress Ruby Rose is in negotiations to join Jason Statham in the Warner Bros. shark epic “Meg.”
STX Entertainment has backed away from financing Barbra Streisand’s remake of “Gypsy” with Barry Levinson directing and Joel Silver producing.
STX had no
Paris-based Films Distribution has clinched a bevy of pre-sales on “Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe,” one of the high-profile European titles bowing on
UPDATED: Revenues at Time Warner fell 5% during the media conglomerate’s second quarter, pushed down by a weaker film slate and lower television
Warner Bros. Pictures confirmed Wednesday that the second movie in the “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” series is in the works,
Chaotic Good Studios has tapped five show business veterans to develop multi-platform franchises across film, television, gaming, and digital, Variety has learned exclusively.
The AFL-CIO has added SAG-AFTRA President Gabrielle Carteris to its executive council.
“Gabrielle is a long-time union activist who is not afraid to
James Gray’s “The Lost City of Z,” starring Charlie Hunnam, will have its world premiere as the closing night screening at the 2016
Maris Curran’s “Five Nights in Maine” opened to a small, intimate crowd at the ArcLight Hollywood, Tuesday, bringing out the film’s leads David
“Mr. Robot” star Rami Malek is in negotiations to co-star with Charlie Hunnam in the remake of the 1973 Steve McQueen film “Papillon.”
The Locarno Film Festival’s First Look section, which zeroes in on projects in post-production, focuses on films from Poland this year. The selection
“Battle of the Sexes” actress Jessica McNamee is set to co-star opposite Jason Statham in Warner Bros. long-awaited tentpole “Meg.”
“National Treasure” helmer
Does “Suicide Squad” live up to the hype? For months, fans have anxiously awaited the arrival of the DC Comics’ movie that could finally
Tim Burton’s “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” will premiere at Fantastic Fest ahead of its Sept. 30 nationwide launch by Fox.