Another movie project has been secured under Warner Bros. Pictures' wings. The Hollywood Reporter reported that the giant film has satisfyingly optioned the rights to create a remake of Ted Kotcheff's 1978 feature of "Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?" which was starred by Robert Morley and Jacqueline Bisset.
The seat is finally taken by Jeremiah S. Chechik. The Canadian Filmmaker has been picked up to helm dark coming-of-age comedy project of "The Pornographer's Poem", a new production from House of Films Inc..
Jamiroquai frontman Jay Kay was arrested in London overnight for assaulting a photographer outside a nightclub. The 36-year-old man assumed the paparazzi were waiting for him outside Kabaret's Prophecy in Soho.
This no doubt will make a great collaboration, really. Two terrific funnymen, Jim Carrey and Steve Carell, have given their agreement to team up in doing voice acting on "Horton Hears a Who", the new CG animated project coming from 20th Century Fox Animation.
Returning to fantasy genre, "Lord of the Rings" trilogy helmer Peter Jackson is set to make "Temeraire", a film adaptation of Naomi Novik's historical fantasy series of the same title following his successful attempt to pick up the rights to the saga, The Hollywood Reporter has reported.
The flow of film adaptations seems to go on more heavily nowadays. Trailing behind those who have revealed their plan to make such features, prolific producer Gerald R. Molen has come up with a new one entitled "Playing With the Enemy" based on Gary W. Moore's recently published nonfiction book of the same title.
Michelle Yeoh is getting busy. The Malaysian-born actress has been attached to star in two big screen projects of "True North" for Film Four and "Babylon A.D." for Fox and Canal Plus, Variety has learned.