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Brad Pitt To Star As Gen. Stan McChrystal In Film About Army Officer's Infamous Downfall

Brad Pitt will star as Gen. Stanley McChrystal in the film adaptation of Michael Hastings' book "The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America's War in Afghanistan," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Pitt, who will also be a producer, will be joined by David Michod, who THR reports will write and direct the film. Show More Summary

Leonardo DiCaprio Signs Up For Revenant

15 hours agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

All about Leonardo DiCaprio's next role - The Hollywood Reporter The 29 best movies from the Tribeca Film Festival - HuffPost Entertainment 12 of the biggest box office bombs (and the cash they lost) - Moviefone 6 movies that put insane...Show More Summary

Twentieth Century Fox Picks Up Mark Millar's Superior for the Big Screen

17 hours agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

Much like many of his previous comic titles, The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Twentieth Century Fox has picked up the Mark Millar comic series Superior to develop as a feature film. Longtime Millar collaborator Matthew VaughnShow More Summary

Who else could direct the Jobs movie and what would it be like?

As reported by the Hollywood Reporter, Sony balked at director David Fincher's request to have $10 million upfront to helm the Steve Jobs biopic based on Walter Issacson's book. Fincher is best known for directing "The Social Network," "The Girl with...

David Fincher Won't Direct Steve Jobs Movie After Alleged $10 Million Demand

Despite widespread rumors, David Fincher (“The Social Network”) won’t be directing Sony's Steve Jobs biopic, according to The Hollywood Reporter. THR reports Fincher had "aggressive demands for compensation and control," including $10 million upfront and control over how the movie would be marketed. Show More Summary

David Fincher Probably Won't Direct The Steve Jobs Movie

Apparently not even lauded, Oscar-nominated directors can roll out just any old request they want on film projects. According to The Hollywood Reporter, David Fincher, best known for directing "The Social Network" and "Fight Club," was set to helm the forthcoming Steve Jobs biopic based on Walter Isaacson's 2011 biography. Show More Summary

DC Comics' Scalped Heads to Television

Another hit comic book series is headed to the small screen as The Hollywood Reporter today brings word that Jason Aaron and R.M. Guera's "Scalped" is being developed by the cable network WGN America. First published in 2007, the beginning...Show More Summary

David Fincher (and perhaps Christian Bale with him) rejected by Sony for upcoming Jobs biopic

David Fincher might be out for director of Sony’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic as a report from The Hollywood Reporter claims sources close to the project say Sony is currently shopping for a replacement. The report claims Fincher is asking for “aggressive demands for compensation and control,” some of which include $10 million in upfront fees […]

David Fincher 'Off' Sony's Steve Jobs Film? Not Necessarily

Sony's pursuit of David Fincher to direct its Steve Jobs biopic has reportedly hit a snag — but that doesn't mean he won't wind up doing it, sources tell Mashable. The Hollywood Reporter on Monday reported that Fincher's demands for a $10 million upfront fee and creative control has the studio looking to replace the director. Show More Summary

David Fincher Backs Out Of Directing Steve Jobs Movie For Sony

David Fincher, who was previously rumored to direct Sony’s movie about Steve Jobs, is now out of the picture. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fincher and Sony have parted ways due to disagreements over “compensation and control.” And if Fincher … Read more ›

David Fincher Exits Steve Jobs Biopic

Although David Fincher was said earlier this year to be targeting Sony Pictures' untitled Steve Jobs biopic, The Hollywood Reporter now brings word that the Gone Girl helmer has exited the project due to contract disputes. Fincher was...Show More Summary

Robert Redford Laments ‘Paralyzed,’ ‘Partisan Warfare’ in D.C.

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

One of Robert Redford's most famous films takes place in the Nixon era, a time that, for all the political chaos, had a pretty fair sense of bipartisanship. Redford laments in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter that D.C. has become too paralyzed a place to get anything done.

'East Of Eden' Adaptation With Jennifer Lawrence May Be Split Into Two Movies, Gary Ross Says

Jennifer Lawrence and "East of Eden" sound like a match made in Oscar heaven, and now that may be doubled. Writer-director Gary Ross ("Pleasantville," "The Hunger Games") told The Hollywood Reporter that he'll likely split the movieShow More Summary

Charlton Heston Gets a Postage Stamp

The Hollywood Reporter's Paul Bond reports that during a ceremony at the legendary Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Oscar-winner Charlton Heston became only the 18th person honored in the U.S. Postal Service's "Legends of Hollywood" series. Show More Summary

Gerard Butler to Headline Dean Devlin's "Geostorm!"

Beginning his latest film endeavor, Gerard Butler is set to star in the upcoming sci-fi adventure, "Geostorm!" According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros is headlining the project, and it will be directed by "Independence Day"Show More Summary

Baz Luhrmann in Talks to Make Kung Fu Movie

The Hollywood Reporter reports Baz Luhrmann is in talks to direct Kung Fu, an adaptation of the 1970s martial arts Western TV show. Running from 1972 to 1975, it starred David Carradine as a half-American, half-Chinese orphan who is trained at a Shaolin monastery to become a martial arts master... More »

Gerard Butler Set to Headline Dean Devlin's Sci-Fi Thriller Geostorm

Gerard Butler is set to headline writer/director Dean Devlin's big screen sci-fi thriller Geostorm. The Hollywood Reporter has the news, delivering the following larger-than-life plot synopsis: "The story sees Butler playing a stubborn...Show More Summary

Baz Luhrmann Targets Kung Fu

Following word last week that Legendary and Universal Pictures are moving forward with a big screen adaptation of the '70s television series Kung Fu comes world, via The Hollywood Reporter, that Baz Luhrmann is in talks to direct. The...Show More Summary

Is Samsung’s Oscars selfie worth $1 billion?

Hollywood Reporter quotes a stunning claim made by the CEO of Publicis, which handles the international marketing for Samsung. According to Maurice Levy, the famous Oscar selfie snapped by Ellen DeGeneres is worth somewhere between $800 million and $1 billion. Show More Summary

Star Wars: Episode VII Sets Four-Week Abu Dhabi Shoot

Following a report last week that Star Wars: Episode VII would shoot for two weeks in Morocco comes word, via The Hollywood Reporter, that four weeks are now being targeted in Abu Dhabi. It is unclear whether or not this would replace...Show More Summary

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