"It's true. So excited," says "Lego Movie" director Chris Miller via Twitter
Sam Mendes is producing the Sony movie through his Neal Street Productions banner
Amy Baer will produce the adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid's debut novel
Gary Graham wrote the gritty Western, which will be produced by Roy Lee and Brooklyn Weaver
The genre-bending movie serves as the English-language debut of acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Marjane Satrapi ("Persepolis")
Legendary argues that latest court ruling won't detour their efforts
The popular video game from Swedish developer Mojang AB boasts 100 million users worldwide
The "Fault in Our Stars" filmmaker will replace Scott Cooper on the epic adaptation from Warner Bros. and CBS Films
The biggest hit of the new year should birth several sequels: "They'll want a Lego movie at least every two years"
Saturday surge propels animated comedy to No. 1 with $69 million; "Monuments Men" 2nd with $21M, "Vampire Academy" flat-lines with $4M
Dan Lin and Roy Lee will produce with their "Lego Movie" directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller
MGM and Fox 2000 are co-financing the movie, which will star Sam Rockwell and Rosemarie DeWitt
With Ben Affleck's schedule filling up, the new Batman and future "Live By Night" director has been forced to exit Warner Bros. and CBS Films'...
Sam Raimi ("The Evil Dead") is producing the horror movie, which will star Rosemarie DeWitt
Jaume Collet-Serra is directing WB's crime thriller, which also stars Joel Kinnaman
Legendary sued the producers as part of its efforts to kick them off the project
Legendary wants to prevent the producers from impeding its production
"The Double Hour" is a remake of the Italian romatic thriller from 2009
Liam Neeson is in negotiations to star in the crime thriller “The All Nighter (AKA Run All Night)”
Espen Sandberg and Joachim Ronning, directors of the Norwegian film “Kon-Tiki," are among a number of directors being eyed for the film based on the...
Ideal timing and a Hollywood heavyweight helped, but Paramount pressed all the right buttons in its targeted campaign for the low-budget thriller. Don't expect it...
Mark Protosevich is adapting the screenplay of the 2003 South Korean film
The "Monsters" director will return to genre territory with another creature feature
Producers Roy Lee and Steven Schneider are developing a remake of Irwin Allen's 1978 cult classic disaster movie
James Watkins will direct Hammer Films' supernatural thriller from a script by Jane Goldman
The studios are eyeing a 2012 release date, though no director has been attached yet