The former heavyweight world champion also says Martin Scorsese is involved in some capacity
The film will be produced with the full cooperation of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison
Liam Neeson and Andrew Garfield star alongside Ken Watanabe and Adam Driver
That Martin Scorsese story went down like a lead balloon in the mountains of Idaho
Tony Zhou's "Art of Silence" video essay explores the award-winning director's unparalleled use of the mute button
Pipski recently oversaw development and production of NBC's "About a Boy"
The actor had been married to actress Christine Baranski for more than 30 years
Filmmakers Martin Scorsese, Errol Morris and Werner Herzog pay tribute to iconic film critic in moving glimpse of his storied career
Jane Fonda and Rosanna Arquette have already granted interviews. Jack Nicholson could be next
The singer played himself in Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas" and "Casino"
Sony had previously been courting David Fincher to direct and Christian Bale to star
New parody video spoofs Martin Scorsese's "Wolf of Wall Street" - swapping traders for bloggers
Russell Crowe stars as the man behind that ark
"Journey to the West" director discusses his major influences
Paramount has staged a major campaign to win back the religious community's trust
Whether it's the Wolf of Wall Street or Woody -- sociopaths and psychopaths sell
Famed director tells Conan O'Brien: "I said, 'I think we lost him'"
"Frozen" crosses $900 million in worldwide grosses with strong opening in China
ADG splits its film awards into three different categories, and spreads the wealth; TV awards go to "Game of Thrones," "Portlandia" and "Veep"
Gil Netter is producing the movie, which co-stars Ken Watanabe
Sundance: The film, which features footage from the last five months of Ebert's life, will hit theaters this summer
A weaker film slate drove revenues down 4 percent
Martin Scorsese's black comedy has taken in $85M abroad so far and is up to $183M worldwide
The Oscar-nominated actor tells Howard Stern that this job was not about paying the bills
"I didn't want to make a movie about a guy ... who did so many bad things," says the veteran producer who was approached about...
Justices Tuesday questioned the potential effects of allowing a copyright claim filed years after a movie is made
The film's director and star had been denied producing nominations by the PGA
Black comedy starring Leonardo DiCaprio debuts No. 1 in the U.K., Germany, Austria and Spain; "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" is tops in China
"Game of Thrones," "Mad Men" and "Veep" among television honorees
In humorous remarks at the National Board of Review ceremony, Streep sides with Disney's "Saving Mr. Banks" antagonist P.L. Travers