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‘To All the Boys’ Star Lana Condor on Moving Beyond “Blonde, Blue-Eyed” Love Stories

'To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You' continues the love story of Lara Jean Covey (played by Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) — until her past love John Ambrose McClaren (Jordan…

Leonardo DiCaprio, Orlando Bloom Headline TAO Group’s Grand Opening

Tobey Maguire, Zoe Saldana, Katie Holmes, Owen Wilson were also there to fete the opening of TAO, Beauty & Essex, Avenue, and Luchini LA at the Dream Hollywood.

Leonardo DiCaprio to Produce, Star in Woodrow Wilson Biopic (Exclusive)

The actor, who is attached to star as the 28th president, also will produce the adaptation of "Wilson" with his Appian Way partner, Jennifer Davisson Killoran.

‘Taken’ Director to Helm Sean Penn Thriller ‘Prone Gunman’ (Exclusive)

Pierre Morel, who turned Liam Neeson into an action star, is in negotiations to direct a project that is serving as Penn's entre into the action field.

Warner Bros. Chooses ‘Robotech’ Director (Exclusive)

Commercials helmer Nic Mathieu is in talks to helm the studio's adaptation of the mecha-centered Japanese cartoon series.

Zach Helm to Write ‘Jumanji’ Remake (Exclusive)

UPDATED: Matt Tolmach and Bill Teitler are producing the reimagining of the story, based on a Chris van Allsburg book and previously adapted into the 1995 Robin Williams movie.

Hugh Jackman in Talks to Reprise Wolverine in New ‘X-Men’ Movie (Exclusive)

The actor would join original trilogy stars Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen in Bryan Singer's film, which also stars James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult.

AFM 2012: Michael Douglas, Diane Keaton Project ‘And So It Goes’ Sells Around the Globe (Exclusive)

The film -- from Rob Reiner's Castle Rock Entertainment and Foresight Unlimited -- is one of several high-profile projects at the American Film Market targeting older moviegoers.

Hollywood’s Magic Castle Getting Movie Treatment From Producer Ted Field

UPDATED: Field and his Radar Pictures are developing a film that centers on the famed magic club, which has signed with CAA.

Bradley Cooper Signs Development Deal With Warner Bros.

The move signals how strongly Warners believes in Cooper, who starred in the two uber-successful "Hangover" movies for the studio and will return for a third installment.