Taking the same path as New Line Cinema did with "Multiple Mary" and "Birth Mother", Fox Atomic has also secured rights to a comedy pitch from writers Mike Arnold and Chris Poole titled "Captain Awesome" and will develop it into the big screen under its banner.
Boldly taking a tough yet challenging job, indie actress Jodie Markell will make her feature directorial debut in "The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond", an adaptation of a posthumously discovered screenplay by hugely respected playwright Tennessee Williams, Variety has reported.
Renowned film producer Joel Silver has landed a promising work to carry out. The man is set to produce a big screen feature titled "Empire" based on Orson Scott Card's upcoming novel of the same title of which rights he has successfully obtained, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Huge attention apparently still directed toward "Borat" despite its recent negative publications as the picture gloriously proves to once more become the no. 1 movie on the weekend box office of November 10-12, 2006.