Paramount Pictures chairman and CEO Brad Grey made the announcement on Monday afternoon
Darren Aronofsky News, Movies and Background
Iranian drama wins for best film at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival
As previously reported, Darren Aronofsky will preside over seven-person group
Michelle Raimo Kouyate will move forward as a producer with a first-look deal at the studio
“American Sniper,” “Interstellar” and “Unbroken” also receive key nominations from Motion Picture Sound Editors
The rock goddess ponders past, present and future in a spiritual tune that could land her a golden statue
Who had the best abs? What about the best death scene? Who was the worst onscreen couple?
This year will be off around 5 percent from 2013’s record-breaker, but most studios have made money on their films
Jamie Dornan-Dakota Johnson film will debut at Berlinale on Feb. 11
Seth Rogen’s “Knocked Up” director thinks the terrorists’ “plan to suppress it will ultimately backfire,” because there is more public interest in the comedy than...
‘Interstellar,’ ‘Planet of the Apes,’ ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘Transformers’ Still Alive in Oscar Visual Effects Race
Despite the parting of the Red Sea and the recreation of the flood, Biblical movies “Exodus: Gods and Kings” and “Noah” are left off the...
A priest interviewed by Elisabeth Hasselbeck during the “Fight for Faith” segment doesn’t like it
The comedian and ventriloquist shares his thoughts on creating his “charming” characters, and why the best comics have lived through adversity
Kosslick’s reign began in 2001
“Noah” director is no stranger to film festival circuit
Online climate-based awards also honor Robert Pattinson, Tilda Swinton, Elle Fanning, Ed Harris and Jake Paltrow
“Noah” director to be honored on Nov. 21 for “compassionate decision” to use CGI instead of animal actors
The director will join producer Scott Franklin and PGA President Gary Lucchesi for the inaugural conference on Oct. 25
The actor is riding high following turns in Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah,” Robert Rodriguez’s “Sin City 2” and “Amazing Spider-Man 2”
DeVon Franklin will produce the animated film “The Lamb” under his new company Franklin Entertainment
Phillip Noyce is directing the adaptation of Philip Roth’s novel for Lakeshore Entertainment
Aronofsky has a first-look deal at New Regency, though David Weil’s screenplay is out to multiple studios
Michael Bay Fires Back at ‘Transformers 4’ Haters: 5 Directors Who Called Out Critics Who Trashed Their Movie
From Michael Bay to Kevin Smith, directors of all varieties have sometimes feuded with critics
Joel Silver is producing the movie and will soon begin shopping the project to studios and buyers
The “Whiplash” director is courting the duo to star in Lionsgate’s upcoming movie
The “Noah” director will executive produce the adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s trilogy through his Protozoa Pictures company
With little movies like “God’s Not Dead” and “Heaven is for Real” making bank at the box office, years of under-the-radar planning is coming to...
Paramount’s Old Testament tale starring Russell Crowe is denied chance to play biggest overseas market
Jesse Eisenberg pulls double duty in this pretentious drama about a timid young man confronted with a doppelgänger