Bradley Cooper and Todd Phillips are producing Ghost Army, based on the true story of an Army unit who found ways to fool the Nazis.
Jonah Hill has been involved in table reads for this drama based on the true story of two Miami stoners who become arms dealers for the government.
Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong take us behind-the-scenes on the Los Angeles set.
The Wolf Pack is back and returning to Las Vegas in this anticipated trilogy ending sequel from director Todd Phillips.
The Hangover Part III director will delve into the thriller genre with this adaptation of Linwood Barclay's novel.
The Hangover director will take on his first drama with this remake of the 1974 movie about an English professor with a gambling problem.
Things get out of control fast in this raunchy look at producer Todd Phillip's upcoming Warner Bros. comedy.
Mule, Arms and the Dudes, The Island, and Million Dollar Strong will all fall under the director's new first-look deal.
Nima Nourizadeh directs this Todd Phillips produced found-footage comedy about the greatest party of all time.
We also have the poster for this party movie from The Hangover's Todd Phillips.
Based on Guy Lawson's Rolling Stone article, the story follows two stoners who became major arms dealers.
Director Todd Phillips takes us inside the story of this highly-anticipated comedy sequel, which takes place in Thailand.
Director Todd Phillips also discusses the connection to The Godfather Part 2 and the possibility of The Hangover Part III.
23 of today's most prominent directors speak out on DirecTv's plan to bring movies into the home within 60 days of theatrical release.
The wolf pack is back on the attack and lost in Thailand in director Todd Phillips' highly anticipated summer sequel.
New details have been revealed about Justin Bartha's character in the Warner Bros. comedy sequel.
Even though principle photography has wrapped on this comedy sequel, the actor is reportedly being pursued for a cameo.
Director Todd Phillips reveals that this first footage will end up frustrating fans more than answering their questions.
The Hangover director reveals he's not taking a 'traditional' biopic approach with the legendary SNL comedian.
Phillips is presently developing this project with Steven Conrad.