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  • Berlin: Rob Reiner Talks New Film 'And So It Goes'

    In 2006, when Rob Reiner was shooting "The Bucket List" with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, he got the idea for another project -- a feature dealing with people falling in love later in life. Eight years later, Reiner's "And So It Goes" is up for...
  • Berlin: Ben Winchell, Ana Villafane Join 'Max Steel' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Ben Winchell and Ana Villafane will star in "Max Steel" as Max McGrath and Sydney Gardner. The castings are the latest component in a campaign by Mattel and Dolphin Films to launch "Max Steel" as a live-action superhero franchise feature film. The...
  • Berlin: Altitude Distribution Adds Five Titles to Slate

    Altitude Film Distribution has added five titles to its first theatrical slate. The latest additions are "Love Is Strange," "Fruitvale Station," "The Nightmare," "All Cheerleaders Die" and "Bolshoi Babylon." "Love Is Strange," which receives its...
  • Kevin Hoiseth Joins IFT

    BERLIN -- Kevin Hoiseth has joined US sales agency International Film Trust as director of international sales. He joins IFT with immediate effect and will primarily focus his sales attention on Asia and Eastern Europe. The company is attending Berlin...
  • Paul Walker film 'Brick Mansions' set for April release

    Paul Walker film 'Brick Mansions' set for April release
    One of Paul Walker's final films, the action movie "Brick Mansions," now has a release date. The film will open April 25, Relativity Media announced Thursday. A remake of the 2004 French film "District B13," "Brick Mansions" stars Walker as an...
  • What's the future for Michael Bay-produced 'Welcome to Yesterday'?

    What's the future for Michael Bay-produced 'Welcome to Yesterday'?
    Found-footage movies have had a mixed record lately, with the horror genre particularly taking its lumps. Can a movie with that conceit and a time-travel premise break the streak? We were all set to find out in a few weeks, on Feb. 28, exactly, with...
  • 'Thrones' beauty Emilia Clarke leads list of most desirable women

    "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke has been named AskMen's most desirable woman of 2014, leading a bevy of television actresses in the men's site's annual list of 99 covetable females. The 26-year-old English actress plays the formidable Mother of...
  • Survey says Taylor Swift more desirable than Katy Perry; Allentown's Amanda Seyfried beats both

     
    Is Berks County native Taylor Swift more desirable to men than Katy Perry? Is Allentown’s Amanda Seyfried more desirable than either of them? Those are some findings of a new survey in which more than a million votes were cast......
  • USPS releases ‘Harry Potter’ Forever stamps, controversy ensues

     
    For those of us who don't receive our letters via owls, the United States Postal Service is releasing “Harry Potter”-themed […]...
  • Michael Benaroya Taking Matthew Dunn's 'Sentinel' to Big Screen

    Michael Benaroya ("Margin Call") has come on board to develop the spy thriller "Sentinel," optioning the Matthew Dunn novel that's part of the author's "Spycatcher" series. Benaroya will produce through his Benaroya Pictures. Story centers on an MI6...
  • Kristen Stewart named new face of Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld

    Kristen Stewart's got the look: The actress has been named the new face of Chanel. "The Twilight Saga" star will, according to Vogue, represent the iconic French fashion house's 2013 Métiers d'Art Paris-Dallas collection campaign, to be shot and...
  • Hollywood Sexist? Female Directors Still Missing in Action

    In 2013, Hollywood saw big box office hits with Jennifer Lawrence in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," Sandra Bullock in "Gravity" and Melissa McCarthy (and Bullock again) in "The Heat." But none of these girl-power sagas were directed by a woman. It'...