79TH ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS
William Monahan won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for "The Departed" at the 79th Annual Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California, on February 25, 2007. (UPI Photo/Phil McCarten)
Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller are collaborating with writer William Monahan on a sequel to their hit film "Sin City," The Hollywood Reporter said.
Hollywood filmmaker Mel Gibson is to begin directing a Viking picture starring Leonardo DiCaprio next fall, the project's producer told Variety.
Actor Robert De Niro may soon join the cast of "Edge of Darkness," a Hollywood film starring actor Mel Gibson, Variety reports.
Mel Gibson has agreed to star in the U.S.-produced "Edge of Darkness," marking a return to the front of the camera for the first time since 2002.
Hollywood's Warner Bros. studio reportedly has acquired the rights to South Korea's thriller "The Chaser" with plans to remake it.
Hollywood producer Scott Rudin has acquired screen rights to Robert Graves’ historical novel "I, Claudius," Variety.com reported.
Director Martin Scorsese, fresh from winning his first Oscar for "The Departed" and Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger will team up to make a movie.
"Little Miss Sunshine," which follows a dysfunctional family's travels, won the Oscar for original screenplay Sunday at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
The U.S.-Ireland Alliance has honored Van Morrison in Los Angeles, recognizing the Irishman's musical contributions to the movies.
"Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Departed" won the top feature film honors Sunday night at the Writers Guild of America awards in Los Angeles.