David Gordon Green admits that he would like to get in on other classic 1980s horror franchises.
Halloween star Jamie Lee Curtis says she'd love to play Laurie Strode again, so as long as David Gordon Green is directing.
Director David Gordon Green talks about one of the most shocking moments in Halloween and why Michael Myers didn't go that far.
Blumhouse may have already started the development on another Halloween installment.
Jamie Lee Curtis, director David Gordon Green, producer Jason Blum and composer/creator John Carpenter discuss bringing Michael Myers back in a Halloween.
Halloween director David Gordon Green says he burned through over 80 script drafts, revised content weekly, and asked actors to improvise in order to get the film just right.
David Gordon Green has been tapped by Universal to helm a new Friday Night Lights movie.
Sandra Bullock stars as a campaign consultant who helps a Bolivian presidential candidate in the first trailer for Our Brand is Crisis.
Don Johnson wrote the script for Score, playing an obnoxious college football coach who recruits criminals and other unsavory individuals.
The actor plays an ex-con whose mysterious past is uncovered in this upcoming drama from director David Gordon Green.
This drama from Worldview Entertainment centers on a man who must come to grips with a crime he committed in the past, which cost him the love of his life.
Abi Morgan will be adapting the classic book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder for this big screen event.
Gary Hawkins is adapting this Larry Brown novel about an ex-con who becomes an unlikely role model to a dysfunctional teenager.
Columbia Pictures is eyeing the Evan Mandery novel about a man visited by a future version of himself.
Jonah Hill drops a few f-bombs in this profanity-laced look at David Gordon Green's upcoming comedy.
Jonah Hill proves to be the worst babysitter ever in David Gordon Green's raunchy ode to Adventures in Babysitting.
Danny McBride, James Franco, and Justin Theroux join director David Gordon Green for a rousing look at this comedic fantasy adventure, in theaters this Friday.
Danny McBride channels Hawk the Slayer in this new fantasy comedy from Pineapple Express director David Gordon Green.
5th Grade Class President Danny McBride joins Academy Award Nominees Natalie Portman and James Franco for this fantasy adventure comedy.
About the recently-captured infamous 18-year-old outlaw Colton Harris-Moore.