Relativity Media has picked up the Fletch reboot from Warner Bros., as the studio is in talks with Jason Sudeikis to star.
Focus Features has acquired Race, with newcomer Stephan James playing Jesse Owens alongside co-stars Jason Sudeikis and Jeremy Irons.
Nick, Dale and Kurt are back and seeking revenge when their new company is pulled out from underneath them in the first trailer for Horrible Bosses 2.
Jason Sudeikis joins Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis and Kristen Wiig in the comedy formerly known as Loomis Fargo, based on the true story of an improbable $20 million heist.
Leslye Headland wrote and will direct this romantic comedy about a man and a woman who join forces to put an end to their unfaithful ways.
Rebeccal Hall stars as a musician struggling to move on after her husband's death in this indie from first-time director Sean Mewshaw.
Chevy Chase originally played the investigative reporter named I. M. Fletcher. The story is based on Gregory McDonald mystery novels.
Production kicks off today on director Sean Anders' follow-up to the 2011 blockbuster comedy.
Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston star in this comedy about a fake family attempting to transport drugs across the Mexico border, in theaters soon.
Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis and Emma Roberts pretend to be a family to smuggle drugs across the border, driving cross-country this august.
Meet David Miller, drug dealer turned dad in this upcoming summer comedy co-starring Jennifer Aniston and Emma Roberts.
Sean Meshaw directs this romantic comedy about a widower who falls for a writer investigating her husband's death.
The Horrible Bosses trio take this comedy about a cop and a criminal who go on the run together.
Seth Gordon is returning to direct this comedy sequel, which will feature a new group of bosses.
Rawson Marshall Thurber directs this comedy about a drug dealer who hires a fake family to help him smuggle marijuana out of Mexico.
Elizabeth Banks, Halle Berry, Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts, and Richard Gere are also featured in these shots from the comedy anthology.
The cast of the Warner Bros. family drama begins to take shape.
This comedy follows a pot dealer who creates a fake family to smuggle drugs across country in his RV.
Brie Larson and Fred Armisen will also star in this comedy about an overly-anxious woman who falls for an agoraphobic man.
John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein have signed onto write the sequel, with Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis also set to return.