Anne Hathaway has found herself a fiance, on screen at least.
The actress is slated to headline the Warner Bros. romantic comedy The Fiance, Variety reports.
Hathaway will play a woman who ...
Ashton Kutcher is looking to make a killing on the big screen in upcoming action comedy Five Killers.
According to Variety, the former Punk-er will play a ...
Cloris Leachman, Brad Pitt
After "mastering" the salsa on Dancing with the Stars, we ask: Is there anything Cloris Leachman can't do? See what the feisty octogenarian is up to next, and what Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino have to do with it...
Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Road
Viggo Mortensen's new thriller, The Road, has a little more travelling to do before it make it to theaters.
The Weinstein Co. film was originally slated for limited release November 14, and wider release Nov. 26. now, however, it may not arrive until December, or even next year.
Malin Akerman, Kristen Bell, Kristin Davis
Kristen Bell, Kristin Davis and Malin Akerman are packing up for a Couples Retreat.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the ladies have signed on to co-star in the upcoming Universal comedy chronicling four couples who partake in therapy sessions at a tropical island resort. And no, you're not counting wrong — there's still a female role open.
The XY halves, on the other hand, have all been cast. They are ...
After ongoing negotiation, DreamWorks and Universal have signed their seven-year distribution deal, which effectively settles Paramount's divorce from Steven Spielberg and Stacey Snider and lets the producing pair begin a new endeavor without sacrificing the capital to do it — or burning any industry bridges.
The two DreamWorks honchos recently stepped away from their Paramount relationship to partner with India's Reliance Big Entertainment, which will distribute the company's films on its home turf and has financed the new joint venture.
A few notable details of the deal seem to be win-win for all studios involved, and keep Paramount in the loop.
Don Cheadle and Terrence Howard
In last summer's blockbuster Iron Man, Terrence Howard promised he'd join Tony Stark in his adventures "next time," amplifying fanboy anticipation for the sequel. The sequel may be happening, but don't expect to see Howard taking flight.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Don Cheadle will be filling Howard's shoes as Jim Rhodes, Stark's best friend and future hero War Machine. Marvel is keeping mum, but sources say Howard's return was squashed by disagreements over money and other undisclosed reasons.
See how the role will change now that Cheadle's on board after the jump.
Seth Rogan will produce and take a supporting role in the film I'm With Cancer, from Mandate Pictures.
Rogen, who is best known for his roles in the hit movies Pineapple Express, Superbad and Knocked Up, will also produce Cancer with his writing-producing partner Evan Goldberg and Ben Karlin from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Cancer is based on an autobiographical comedy script by screenwriter Will Reiser – who worked as a producer on Da Ali G Show – and his struggle to ...
Steve Carell, who plays cringe-worthy boss Michael Scott on The Office, has inked a three-year first-look deal with Warner Bros.
The deal comes after Get Smart grossed $130 million domestically and $230 million worldwide for Warner Bros. Although the studio is ramping up a sequel for Carell, it will not be a part of the overall deal, reports Variety .