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Zack Stentz to Pen Script for ‘Wheel of Time’ Film Adaptation

The first of three planned movies based on Robert Jordan’s epic world of magic and mysticism has found a writer. Zack Stentz, co-writer of Thor and X-Men: First Class, has begun work on a script for Age of Legends, to be based on Jordan’s best-selling series of books, The Wheel of Time, which is already […]

The Soska Twins to Direct BlindSide Game Adaptation for Radar Pictures (Exclusive)

Twin horror directors Jen and Sylvia Soska, also known as the Soska Sisters, are set to write, direct and produce Unseen, a feature based on the audio-only mobile adventure game BlindSide.

YA Novel ‘I’m Not Dying With You Tonight’ Set for Movie Adaptation

Through the Glass Darkly producer Autumn Bailey-Ford has secured the film rights to the YA novel 'I'm Not Dying With You Tonight' from writers Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal ahead of a movie adaptation.

Radar Pictures, Protege Pictures Nab Movie Rights to NBA Star Bernard King’s Memoir (Exclusive)

Radar Pictures and Protege Pictures have picked up film rights to the memoir 'Game Face' from New York Knicks and NBA legend Bernard King.

Haitian Jack Hip-Hop Miniseries in the Works (Exclusive)

Ted Field, 'Straight Outta Compton' writer Alan Wenkus and 'All Eyez on Me' director Benny Boom have teamed for the Radar Pictures scripted entry.

Ted Field’s Record Company Hit With Second Lawsuit Over Investment

Filmula's Johnny Lin claims he’s never received his $1.5 million back from the label Trauma 2.

Toronto: Jerry Ferrara’s ‘Club Life’ Picked Up by The Orchard (Exclusive)

The movie is based on the true life experiences of Danny A. Abeckaser, who wrote the script

Ted Fields Files Lawsuit Seeking $10 Million in Radar Pictures Alleged Hijacking

The media mogul claims that Houlihan Smith & Company shares responsibility for sending his film company into bankruptcy.

Ted Field Claims His Film Company Was Stolen, Forced Into Bankruptcy

The millionaire media mogul alleges in outrageous detail how Radar Pictures was duped by several individuals claiming to be film finance experts.