"Paper Man" premiere held in Los Angeles
Actor Dermot Mulroney (L) and Tharita Catulle arrive at the premiere of the motion picture dramatic comedy "Paper Man" on the opening night of the Los Angeles Film Festival in Los Angeles on June 18, 2009. (UPI Photo/Jim Ruymen)
The Steve Jobs bio-picture "jOBS" is scheduled to open in U.S. theaters Aug. 16, Open Road Films announced.
The Steve Jobs bio-picture "jOBS" will hit U.S. theaters April 19, coinciding with the 37th anniversary of his co-founding of the Apple Computer Company.
Open Road Films says it has partnered with Five Star Feature Films to distribute "jOBS," the bio-picture about California computer genius Steve Jobs.
Tribeca Film says it has acquired the U.S. rights to "Glee" star Chris Colfer's big-screen debut, the high-school comedy "Struck By Lightning."
Ewan McGregor, Katy Perry, Emma Stone and Jason Segel are confirmed to attend next week's People's Choice Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
Anne Heche and Judd Hirsch have been cast in the TV movie "Silent Witness," U.S. cable network TNT announced.
U.S. actor Beau Bridges has signed on to play Rocky, Jim's father, on the upcoming television remake of "Rockford Files," The Hollywood Reporter said.
Alan Tudyk has been cast opposite Dermot Mulroney in the remake of the U.S. private investigator series "Rockford Files," The Hollywood Reporter said.
NBC TV's new Jim Rockford will reportedly be played by Hollywood leading man Dermot Mulroney.
The movie "Flash of Genius," starring Greg Kinnear, has won the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Award, organizers of the Hamptons International Film Festival said.