Bully will no longer be bullied.
Following a celebrity-backed campaign and a petition signed by nearly 500,000 bullied students, the award-winning documentary Bully will be released on March 30 as an "unrated" film; MPAA initial stuck the movie with an R rating.
The documentary directed by Lee Hirsch shines a light on America's bullying crisis by following five of the 13 million American children affected by it each year.
Attorneys David Boies and Ted Olsen suggested a lawsuit against the MPAA after learning of the Change.org petition started three weeks ago by Katy Butler, a 17-year-old openly lesbian high school student. The campaign...
Katniss Everdeen has found a new home.
ABC Family has acquired the television rights to air The Hunger Games, the network announced Monday.
Lionsgate's blockbuster film drew $152.5 million during its opening weekend, the third highest opening of all time. ABC Family, which also has the rights to the Harry Potter franchise, additionally garnered the rights to...
First the good news: The 24 movie appears to be back on track after scheduling conflicts between star Kiefer Sutherland and 20th Century Fox recently put the film in limbo.
The bad news? Said scheduling conflicts have delayed Jack Bauer's big screen debut to 2013, according to The Wrap.
24 movie will still happen, producer says
"It didn't work out right now. Everyone is trying to...
Hunger Games seems poised to become the next worldwide box office smash. But is the franchise, based on a series of young adult books by Suzanne Collins too violent?
Jack Bauer has saved the world several times over by now. Why can't he save his own movie?
20th Century Fox has pulled the plug on the 24 movie because of budget and salary issues, The Wrap reports.
Brian Grazer: 24 film due for 2012 release
The film was set to begin shooting next month after production wraps on the first season of star Kiefer Sutherland's new series, Touch. However, Sutherland, along with producer Brian Grazer, disagreed with Fox on a budget for the film. Fox was hoping to make the film for $30 million, while Sutherland and Grazer thought the movie version of the long-running action series could not be produced for less than...