2007 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
(L-R) Director Jason Reitman, actress Ellen Page and writer Diablo Cody arrive at Ryerson Theater for the world premiere of "Juno" during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada on September 8, 2007. (UPI Photo/Christine Chew)
Writer-director Jason Reitman is adapting Joyce Maynard's novel "Labor Day" for the big screen, Hollywood's Paramount Pictures announced.
Actress America Ferrera and "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening are to serve as judges at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, organizers announced.
Hollywood's Paramount Pictures says it has acquired the worldwide rights to Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody's upcoming film "Young Adult."
Best picture Oscar contender "Up in the Air" is to be released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United States just days after Academy Awards are handed out.
"Up in the Air" won several U.S. National Board of Review awards Thursday, including one for best picture.
U.S. actor Jason Bateman is reuniting with his "Juno" director, Jason Reitman, for the big-screen adaptation of Walter Kirn's novel "Up in the Air."
Canadian filmmaker Jason Reitman and comic actor Jim Carrey reportedly are planning to collaborate on the new big-screen comedy "Pierre Pierre."
The 80th Academy Awards show, which honors the year's best in film, is under way at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles.
The box office hit "Juno" will be the first Fox Home Entertainment DVD to be sold at Starbucks coffee outlets in the United States, the studio said Wednesday.
Jason Reitman, the Canadian director of the acclaimed big-screen comedy "Juno," is defending a line of the film's dialogue that some have found offensive.
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