Gary Hawkins is adapting this Larry Brown novel about an ex-con who becomes an unlikely role model to a dysfunctional teenager.
The comedy starring Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine is now set to open in limited release on September 28th.
Daniel Radcliffe stars as a man who grows mysterious horns capable of extracting the truth in this adaptation of Joe Hill's novel.
Neil Jordan directs this terrifying tale of two vampire woman who wonder into a small British town for a feast.
Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky direct this drama about a woman trying to get her life back after a stint in prison.
Billy Crystal stars as a grandfather trying to adapt to the ways of the 21st Century while babysitting his grandchildren.
David O. Russell directs Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence in this drama about a man trying to look on the brighter side of life.
Idris Elba's Captain Janek is seen prepping for his journey in this mysterious video for Ridley Scott's sci-fi thriller.
This District 3 winner is also known as 'Volts' because of his electronics expertise, in director Francis Lawrence's sequel.
Josh Brolin stars in Spike Lee's revenge thriller as a man who was imprisoned and tortured for over two decades.
Or will new releases The Words and The Cold Light of Day kick off September with a box office bang this weekend?
The trailer for the final installment of the vampire drama debuted during the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards earlier tonight.
Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, and Chris Hemsworth star in this fairy tale adventure from director Rupert Sanders.
The studio is hoping to revive interest in digital media by dropping prices and offering the films before their physical counterparts.
James Patterson's novel follows a group of women who go vacationing in Monte Carlo only to find themselves accused of murder.
Jon Gunn and John W. Mann will adapt this children's novel about two kids trying to break out of The Dark Ages.
Johnny Knoxville also stars in the actress' directorial debut, based on the life of stand up comedian Dov Davidoff.
David Hasselhoff and David Koechner star in this trashy blood-soaked throwback to the glorious world of the Drive-In movie, out now on Blu-ray.
The actor is in talks to play a CIA mentor to a young agent in director Jeffrey Nachmanoff's adaptation of the Vince Flynn novel.