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Madison Square Garden now owns half of Tribeca Enterprises after signing a deal that values the indie film company at $45 million.
The 'Grudge Match' actor is sought to portray the lead role in an adaptation of Gary Green's tell-all book.
The 'Goodfellas' actor will take over the lead role as a downtrodden New York lawyer, who is a bit too ambitious in taking on the case of a Pakistani being accused of murder.
After 30 years, two retired boxers decide to get a tie-breaking match that puts their fierce rivalry on the spotlight once again.
In Warner Bros.' comedy, Hart stars as a fight promoter who tries to get Stallone and De Niro's retired brawlers back in the ring.
While it is the fourth time Streep and De Niro share the same frame, the Oscar-winning actress and Bridges will film their first movie together.
The Disney adaptation of Eoin Colfer's book series will be written by 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' scribe Michael Goldenberg.
Travolta shows off his Serbian accent for his portrayal of Emil Kovac in the Mark Steven Johnson-directed film, which also stars Milo Ventimiglia.
De Niro is a head of a mob family with Michelle Pfeiffer as his wife and Tommy Lee Jones as an FBI agent who keeps the family safe from enemies in the Martin Scorsese-executive produced comedy.
The 'Mind Games' actor is planning a summer wedding with his fiance, saying that they will hold an 'intimate and small' nuptials in backyard.
A crazy bachelor party in Las Vegas awaits Douglas, the last remaining single one among the four men, in the first trailer for Jon Turteltaub's comedy film.
The 30th anniversary celebration of the comedy featuring De Niro as a comedian who kidnaps Lewis was held at the film festival on April 27 night.
Nastaran Dibai, who replaces original showrunner Kevin Abbot, will not return if the ABC comedy gets a second season.
Paramount also tries to get director D. J. Caruso attached to the project, which will reunite him with his 'Disturbia' star, LaBeouf, if all deals are closed.
The 1983 film starring Robert De Niro and Jerry Lewis will screen April 27 at Tribeca BMCC PAC in honor of the film's thirtieth anniversary.