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‘Annabelle: Creation’ Sequel in the Works With Gary Dauberman Directing (Exclusive)

Dauberman will also write the third installment of the popular horror franchise.

James Wan, Chris Bender Team for New Line Horror Thriller ‘Sweet Tooth’ (Exclusive)

New Line has picked up the rights to the Dutch horror short and will adapt it into a feature.

Len Blavatnik Invests in ‘The Night Of’ Producers Bad Wolf

Blavatnik's Access Entertainment has acquired just under 25 percent of the high-end TV upstart led by BBC veterans Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner.

How New Line Cinema Is Making a Killing in Horror

A 'Conjuring' cinematic universe?! It's happening as low-budget scares return to The House That Freddy Built.

BAFTA Nominee Jack Thorne Recruited for ‘His Dark Materials’ Adaptation

The new BBC adaptation of Philip Pullman's epic trilogy comes from New Line Cinema and U.S./U.K. banner Bad Wolf.

New Line Cinema Makes Foray Into U.K. TV With BBC Drama Based on Philip Pullman’s ‘His Dark Materials’

It will produce the show for flagship channel BBC One with Bad Wolf.

Hollywood Docket: Warner Bros. Fights Licensing Lawsuit Over ‘Laws of Attraction’

Plus a class action over song subtitles and profit participation claims from 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' filmmakers.

New Line Nabs ‘Met Gala Heist’ Script (Exclusive)

Two estranged sisters try to pull off a heist at fashion's biggest night.

James Wan to Produce ‘Boy Who Drew Monsters’ Movie Adaptation (Exclusive)

New Line muscles up to preemptively nab the movie rights to Keith Donohue's 2014 book.

New Line Acquiring Will Smith’s ‘Collateral Beauty’ (Exclusive)

'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' helmer Alfonso Gomez-Rejon is directing the film.

National Lampoon Plans Its Own Reboot: “We Want to Do Business”

The humor publisher is looking for "a Spielberg, a Warner Bros. or Fox" to invest and develop the brand.

‘San Andreas’: Film Review

Dwayne Johnson and Carla Gugino struggle to hold their family together as California splits apart in Brad Peyton's disaster thriller.