The film's director Neil Burger is set to direct the potential pilot.Read more...
Teaming with Todd Phillips to bring the Mack Bolan character to screens
Movie was originally called “Chef” and more recently “Adam Jones”
Untitled Bradley Cooper-Emma Stone film has been shifted to Summer 2015
The first project from Cooper and Phillips’ company will be “Arms & The Dudes”
“American Hustle” star to follow-up “American Sniper” with “American Blood”.
The Crowe film will go head-to-head with “Hot Tub Time Machine 2″ and “Into the Woods” on Christmas day
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Hot on the heels of the newly-announced “Money Pit” series
Popular in-demand actor has been offered the role of Rocket Raccoon in director James Gunn’s superhero blockbuster
“The Hangover” turned Bradley Cooper into a star. And as we sit here, on the set of “The Hangover Part III”, discussing the return of ‘The Wolfpack, it’s clear he’s appreciative of how much the movie – and it’s sequels – have done for his career.
Oscar Nominated actor to play a Chef and an American Sniper, respectively
The Wolf Pack Returns in May!
Playing the role Jude Law vacated after director Ramsay walked and was replaced by “Warrior” director Gavin O’Connor.
Sony intends to release Russell’s as-yet untitled Abscam drama in the heart of awards season
This one sees the gang return to Vegas, the locale of the first film, where – if the poster is anything to go by – the ‘Wolf Pack’ have a run-in with an old enemy.
The original film starred, was written and directed by Til Schweiger of “Inglourious Basterds” fame
Cooper “sent me an email and we’ve been talking”, Abrams told ET last night at the Producers Guild Awards
Bradley Cooper, an Oscar Nominee for “The Silver Linings Playbook”, is set to star in the spy thriller “Dark Invasion” for Warner Bros.
Does someone die in “The Hangover Part III”?
I know some associate cemeteries with alternative cinema, but me? Dead people.
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Comics writer Mark Millar (“Kick-Ass”) says he’s about to begin discussions with heavily in-demand Bradley Cooper to play Johnny Bolts in the feature Read more…
The “Hangover” star joins everywhere-girl Emma Stone (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) in the mostly-secret project, said to carry a tone reminiscent of Crowe’s “Almost Famous” and “Jerry Maguire”.
Bale had been attached to the film early on, but dropped out in July