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Novelist Peter Craig has been hired to write a third installment in the "Bad Boys' action-comedy film franchise, The Hollywood Reporter said. Columbia Pictures intends to reunite the first two movies' director Michael Bay, producer Jerry Bruckheimer and actors Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the third project, although no deals have been made yet, the entertainment industry trade newspaper said. Bad Boys, the first of the two movies, in which Smith and Lawrence play Miami detectives, was...
U.S. entertainment company Walt Disney is eyeing Rob Marshall to direct the fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, unidentified sources say. Variety reported Friday if the Walt Disney Co.
Hollywood star Nicolas Cage, who plays a mole in the new 3D feature, G-Force, says he was adamant he would not play a guinea pig in the picture.
Two real estate agents allege in a Los Angeles County lawsuit a CSI producer named two morally challenged characters on the TV series after them. Real estate agents Scott and Melinda Tamkin allege in a Los Angeles County Superior Court defamation and invasion of privacy lawsuit that CSI producer Sarah
NEW YORK, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Internationally renowned motion picture and television producer Jerry Bruckheimer and MTV Games, a part of Viacom Inc.'s (NYSE: VIA and VIA.B) MTV Networks, today announced two executive appointments that officially mark the producer's entrance into the video game industry.
British classical composer Tarik O'Regan says he is interested in working with Hollywood heavyweights such as producer Jerry Bruckheimer. O'Regan, who Bruckheimer has named as a possible collaborator on future movies, said he's attracted to Hollywood for creative and financial reasons, The Sunday Times of London reported. I would love to work with the studios, O'Regan said.
ABC has ordered pilot episodes of three new series, including one from U.S. film producer Jerry Bruckheimer's TV production group, industry sources say. The Hollywood Reporter said Friday that Jerry Bruckheimer TV will be working with Warner Bros.
TNT says it has given the green light to two new U.S.
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