Starz Developing Vietnam War Drama From 'Newsroom' Writer Gideon Yago 6 weeks ago
Starz is going to war with its latest project.
The network is developing a new drama series, "Airborne," from Gideon Yago (...
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The company behind Batman taps Marvel veteran
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The Oscar-nominee will play a social-climbing art dealer
Todd Phillips wrote, directed and produced "The Hangover Part II," and his Green Hat Films has been at Warner Bros. since 2005
The last time Catherine Hardwicke directed Evan Rachel Wood was in the 2003 "Thirteen"
DeGeneres will executive-produce the project, which will star wife De Rossi
Tim Hill will direct "Short Circuit," a reimagining of the 1986 family film
"Lost" creator gets the go-ahead for a pilot about a world "where all forms of energy have mysteriously ceased to exist"
"The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" will be two movies -- one told from the Jessica Chastain character's perspective, one told from Joel Edgerton character's side
They are showing their support for Ellen DeGeneres in wake of group's call her to be fired as JC Penney spokeswoman
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Colin Firth will play Ron Lax, a private investigator who found the DNA evidence that is credited for getting the West Memphis 3 released from prison
Joe Lynch is directing "Everly," an action-thriller starring Kate Hudson
Max Burkholder and Adelaide Kane join Ethan Hawke in Universal's sci-fi thriller "Vigilandia"
Sir Cameron Mackintosh, who is producing "Les Miserables," surprised Samantha Barks with the news during curtain call of the musical "Oliver!"
Melissa Rosenberg, Paul Scheuring and Michael Green projects also acquired by network
"Shameless" showrunner John Wells will executive produce the women-in-prison project
Abrams teams with fellow "Lost" alum Bryan Burk for an hour-long drama set at a New England summer resort
"Two and a Half Men's" Greer will star in and executive-produce the fish-out-of-water comedy "American Judy"
"Black Swan" star Natalie Portman will executive-produce adaptation of popular '70s novel
Michael Apted is elected Secretary-Treasurer of the Directors Guild; Jon Favreau and Jace Alexander join the board
The new Art Directors Council chairman, John Shaffner, recently completed four years as chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
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Berlanti and Laurence Mark will team on a series about "the behind-the-scenes dynamics of a high-profile political dynasty"
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation