MGM will work with writer-director Kevin Smith to adapt "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension" as a television series.
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The "Orange is the New Black" star will play a down-on-his-luck leprechaun in Starz's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's bestselling fantasy novel "American Gods."
Thanks to Screen Gems and screenwriter David Birke, Slender Man is headed to Hollywood in his own film adaptation.
Ramsey, who penned "Dragonball Evolution," took responsibility for the film's poor reception in an apology letter.
After a bidding war with DreamWorks, Sony and other studios, Warner Bros. has secured the rights to adapt the cult board game to film.
In the latest trailer for "Scream" season two, Emma just wants her life to return to normal, but the Killer has other plans.
In their annual "Studio Responsibility Index" report, GLAAD cites "Star Wars" as a "special opportunity" for Disney to become more LGBT inclusive.
Fox reportedly intended to resume filming "The Maze Runner: The Death Cure" on May 9, but Dylan O'Brien's injuries are more severe than first believed.
The "Mad Men" alum will star as the protagonist in Hulu's television adaptation of Margret Atwood's classic novel, which will be penned by "The 100's" Bruce Miller.
The "13 Hours" star has signed on to play the lead role in the Amazon television adaptation of Tom Clancy’s popular CIA hero Jack Ryan.
"The Danish Girl" star has signed on to play Lara Croft, the protagonist of Warner Bros.' upcoming "Tomb Raider" film.
The first set photos from Sony's "The Dark Tower" film adaptation have begun to surface online under the #DarkTower hashtag.
Cameron and director Robert Rodriguez have narrowed the search for their "Battle Angel" lead to three female stars.
Claudia Grey's "Star Wars: Bloodline" novel will explore how the Resistance was formed, the rise of the First Order, Han and Leia's relationship and more.
In "Home" and "Oathbreaker," Bran learns more about the past, Daenerys meets her future, Arya trains to be No One, Tyrion sets his own fortune and more.
Disney has laid claim to five dates between July 2017 and December 2019, likely with plans to release films like "Cruella," "A Wrinkle in Time," and more in those slots.