• If you like Tom Shankland's 'The Children' as much as we do, you'll be happy to know that he's teaming up with Peter Block's "A Bigger Boat" production company to direct 'Dark Corners,' a thriller that sounds like a cross between 'Wait Until Dark' and 'Julia's Eyes.'

  • 'Mute,' the sci-fi film that Duncan Jones had originally planned to direct after 'Moon' may end up becoming a graphic novel if the director doesn't warm back up to it as a feature.

  • 'Sideways' director Alexander Payne has lined up 'Nebraska,' a road trip movie about a father/son team who try to cash a fake Publisher's Clearing House check, as his next film.

  • Josh Lucas is circling the role of aviator Charles Lindbergh in 'J. Edgar,' Clint Eastwoods biopic about FBI director J. Edgar Hoover.


  • Kevin Smith has cast Kyle Gallner as a Wayne Gretzky-esque hockey star in his next film, 'Hit Somebody,' based on the song by Warren Zevon and Mitch Albom.

  • The Roger Corman documentary 'Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel' has been picked up by A&E's Indiefilms prior to its premiere at Sundance.

  • Speaking of Sundance, here's the trailer for the Ewan McGregor, Eva Green romantic thriller 'Perfect Sense':